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Hirving Lozano lone bright spot in Mexico's uneven effort vs. Uruguay

HOUSTON -- Two goals from Luis Suarez helped Uruguay to a 4-1 victory over Mexico in front of an announced crowd of 60,617 at NRG Stadium on Friday night. Here are three quick takes from the game:

1. Mexico's rebuilding process will require patience

Former Mexico coach Juan Carlos Osorio talked regularly in the first half of 2018 about the generational change that is required now the World Cup is out of the way. Interim coach Ricardo "Tuca" Ferretti picked up that baton and selected a squad in...

Luis Suarez nets brace, adds assist to lead Uruguay past Mexico

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Luis Suarez scored twice and added an assist as Uruguay beat Mexico 4-1 in Houston on Friday.

Both teams started lineups that featured several veterans from their campaigns at the World Cup that saw Mexico reach the round of 16 and Uruguay bow to eventual champions France in the quarterfinals.

Mexico dominated early play in front of an El Tri-friendly crowd before Jose Maria Gimenez headed in Uruguay's first goal off a corner kick in the 22nd minute.

Mexico quickly responded three minutes later after...

W2W4: Mexico's young core must impress vs. Uruguay's veteran squad

Friday night sees a youth-laden Mexico take on Uruguay in Houston in their first international date since Juan Carlos Osorio stepped down as El Tri's manager. Correspondents Tom Marshall, Cesar Hernandez and Eric Gomez preview the friendly.

Uruguay a stern opening test for Mexico's next generation

Uruguay is not coming into its first post-World Cup game against Mexico with any sense of this being a rebuilding process. Team captain Diego Godin made it clear the South American team mean business...

Sebastian Abreu, Gustavo Matosas among Uruguayans to leave mark in Mexico

As Mexico prepares to face Uruguay in their first match since the World Cup, it bears mentioning that the tiny South American nation has exported more than its share of players, coaches and even referees to the Mexican game in its history. Some of the most successful teams and eras in Liga MX history have had Uruguayans at the forefront, making the country an integral part of Mexico's soccer story.

Here are 10 people from Uruguay who have left their mark on Mexican football:

Vicente Sanchez

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