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Liverpool legend Kenny Dalglish knighted in the Queen's Birthday Honours list

LIVERPOOL, England -- Liverpool legend Kenny Dalglish will be given a knighthood as part of the Queen's Birthday Honours.

Dalglish, referred to as "King Kenny" on Merseyside, will become Sir Kenny Dalglish in recognition for his contribution to football.

In a successful career that spanned over 20 years, the Scot played for Celtic and Liverpool, where he is regarded by some as the club's greatest ever player. The 67-year-old also remains Scotland's most-capped player with 102 appearances.

Dalglish...

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Eddie Nketiah scores two to lead England U21s to Toulon final

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England's Under-21 side overcame a first-half deficit to beat Scotland's Under-21s 3-1 in the semifinals of the Toulon Tournament in Aubagne, France.

Aidy Boothroyd's side were trailing at half-time thanks to a first-half goal from Scotland's Mikey Johnson, but they came storming back after the break to set up a finals showdown with Mexico.

Arsenal youth Eddie Nketiah set up the equaliser for Callum Connolly early in the second half before netting a pair of sumptuous goals to put the game out...

 By Tom Marshall

Mexico's World Cup team, Osorio's tactics taking shape despite fan ire

Herculez Gomez explains why Mexico fans booed El Tri after their win over Scotland and why the players are behind Juan Carlos Osorio.

MEXICO CITY -- Boos intermingling with chants of "Osorio out." That was how El Tri concluded the first phase of World Cup preparation as the final whistle blew in Saturday evening's friendly against Scotland at Estadio Azteca.

Somebody entering the stadium during the last 10 minutes without knowing the score would have thought Mexico were losing 3-0 and the players had caved in, weren't playing for manager Juan Carlos Osorio and that everything at the upcoming World Cup points to doom for them....

 By Tom Marshall

Mexico's finishing woes worrying despite win in World Cup send-off friendly

Herculez Gomez explains why Mexico fans booed El Tri after their win over Scotland and why the players are behind Juan Carlos Osorio.
ESPN FC's Sebastian Salazar harkens back to an Italy-Mexico clash in 1994 and how that World Cup shaped his life.
Sebastian Salazar and Herculez Gomez reflect on Rafael Marquez's contributions to El Tri and how he might fit into Juan Carlos Osorio's World Cup plan.
Sebastian Salazar and Herculez Gomez talk all things Giovani dos Santos, including what his role on El Tri would be if he makes Mexico's final World Cup roster.
Progressing from the last six World Cup group stages, Mexico have no issues starting the tournament well, but can they progress in the knockout stages in Russia?

MEXICO CITY -- Mexico defeated Scotland 1-0 on Saturday thanks to an early Giovani dos Santos goal inside a full Estadio Azteca in its farewell game before heading to Europe to continue its World Cup preparation.

Here are three thoughts from the match.

1. Finishing problematic for El Tri

Saturday's game was slightly overshadowed initially by the announcement just three hours before kickoff that Jesus Molina, Oswaldo Alanis and Jurgen Damm won't be traveling to Denmark and are out of El Tri's World...

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Mexico earns slim win over Scotland despite dominating play

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Herculez Gomez explains why Mexico fans booed El Tri after their win over Scotland and why the players are behind Juan Carlos Osorio.

MEXICO CITY -- Giovani dos Santos struck an early goal as Mexico earned a 1-0 victory over Scotland at a full Estadio Azteca on Saturday in El Tri's home farewell match ahead of the World Cup.

Dos Santos stroked the ball into the bottom right corner of the goal from the edge of the penalty area in the 13th minute and while Mexico created chance after chance against an inexperienced Scotland, El Tri couldn't extend its lead.

Miguel Layun struck the frame of the goal with a strike from outside the...