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 By Nayib Moran

Raul Gudino makes history as Hirving Lozano continues to dazzle

Hirving Lozano's seventh Eredivisie goal and Marco van Ginkel's brace paved the way for PSV's comfy win against Heracles.

While FC Porto lost to RB Leipzig, with Hector Herrera and Miguel Layun in the starting eleven, and Benfica lost to Manchester United with Raul Jimenez among the starters, Mexican footballers in Europe had one of their most important weeks this season. It hasn't been an easy start for El Tri's European legion, but at least this week will be remembered as one where many of them got minutes.

Oct. 17, 2017 will now be marked as an important day for Mexican football history as 21-year-old Raul Gudino...

Mexico Hot List: Reyes struggles for minutes, Guzman shines for Pachuca

Victor Guzman (left) has emerged as a bright spot amid Pachuca's recent struggles.

Although the World Cup is still several months away, Mexico manager Juan Carlos Osorio appears to have an idea of what most of his roster will look like. With only a handful of spots left for El Tri and two much-anticipated friendlies set for November, let's take a look at the recent best and worst performances from Mexicans at home and abroad.

Warming Up

Victor Guzman, MF, Pachuca (Mexico)

Why he's here: Despite the fact that Pachuca has struggled in the 2017 Apertura, Guzman has emerged...

 By Nayib Moran

Could Colombian-born Liga MX star Aviles Hurtado become an option for Mexico?

Colombian Aviles Hurtado has tallied seven goals and two assists for unbeaten Monterrey this season.

MEXICO CITY -- Aviles Hurtado is becoming a household name in Liga MX. The 30-year-old Colombian has been one of the league's most active attackers since the 2016 Apertura when he landed in Tijuana after three straight seasons at the now-extinct Jaguares de Chiapas. This past summer he once again changed clubs within the league, switching Xolos for Monterrey. It's been reported that Monterrey paid between $8 and $9 million to get the explosive forward.

After 11 Liga MX matches, Monterrey's...

 By Nayib Moran

Chicharito helps West Ham get draw; Salcedo needs consistent playing time

Burnley extend their unbeaten run to six matches with a late Chris Wood equaliser against 10-man West Ham.
Burnley extend their unbeaten run to six matches with a late Chris Wood equaliser against 10-man West Ham.
Slaven Bilic addresses reports that Javier Hernandez wants to leave West Ham ahead of the Hammers' trip to Burnley.

It was a slow weekend for Mexican footballers in Europe. Many of them didn't see playing time after the recent World Cup qualifiers. Nevertheless, the schedule is about to get busy as Champions League and Europa League games are scheduled in the following days. But there's a trend that bears watching as the season picks up steam: Many of Mexico's important players aren't having consistent playing time.

It doesn't matter if Juan Carlos Osorio and his staff have prepared individualized training plans...

 By Tom Marshall

Honduras defeat disappointing but not the end of the world for Mexico

Herculez Gomez assesses which of the qualified CONCACAF teams can make the deepest run at the World Cup.

It was three points from six for Mexico in what turned out to be a disappointing end to World Cup qualifying for El Tri.

Coach Juan Carlos Osorio and his players were desperate to finish the Hexagonal stage of qualifying undefeated, but followed the 3-1 win last Friday against Trinidad and Tobago in San Luis Potosi by slipping to a 3-2 defeat against Honduras in Central America. 

Here's what we learned from Mexico's final two games of the Hex: 

Things could be much worse for Mexico


How will Mexico line up at the 2018 World Cup? And in the 2022 edition?

Hirving Lozano
Hirving Lozano could sneak into Mexico's XI at the 2018 World Cup, and will be its star in 2022.

During the next several months, Mexico soccer fans will continually ask one glaring question: What will El Tri's starting XI look like at the 2018 World Cup?

Although it might be foolish to predict a starting XI from a tinkering manager like Juan Carlos Osorio, the Colombian has undoubtedly left plenty of hints and clues throughout World Cup qualifying. Forecasting Osorio's best XI, as ridiculous as it initially appears, isn't an impossible task.

But why stop at 2018? For the sake of intrigue...