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U.S. coach Gregg Berhalter praises Jordan Morris, Gyasi Zardes in win

ORLANDO, Fla. -- U.S. manager Gregg Berhalter hailed his side's determination in its 4-1 CONCACAF Nations League win over Canada.

Last month, Canada defeated the U.S. 2-0 for the first time in 34 years. On that night, Berhalter criticized his team's lack of competitiveness. This time around there were no complaints.

"To me, the difference was that we were ready to overcome anything, the guys were focused and ready to overcome," he said. "You saw that right from the start of the game."

The win...

Berhalter's U.S. finally shows progress, 'fight' in much-needed win vs. Canada

ORLANDO, Fla. -- The U.S. went backward -- in a good way -- in Friday's Nations League clash against Canada.

The side's work rate and intensity were evident from the start. A dose of pragmatism also found its way into the Americans' game in that the U.S. was direct when it needed to be and defended tough for much of night. Yes, the home side lost its way a bit in the second half, and in fact it was downright ugly at times. But by then the U.S. had already raced out to a 3-0 lead after 34 minutes...

Could Pizarro be what Mexico needs to finally move on from Vela?

Kasey Keller says Mexico are back to dominating CONCACAF after struggling early in the 2010s.
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LAFC coach Bob Bradley cut off an ESPN interview after a question about Carlos Vela's big-game pedigree following the win vs. LA Galaxy.
Carlos Vela uses some clever footwork to set up Diego Rossi, and LAFC lead 3-2 vs. LA Galaxy.
Carlos Vela does it again, and LAFC lead 2-0 vs. LA Galaxy.

The saga of Carlos Vela returning or not returning to the Mexican national team has become slightly boring, especially because the likelihood of him coming back is remote at best.

The gossip in recent weeks fueled by the LAFC player and MLS MVP's outstanding displays for his club during 2019 and Vela not totally ruling out a return, but he's not the only Mexican player with the ability to unlock defenses, play as an inverted winger, find space in-between the lines, score goals and drag opposition...

Mexico ratings: Jimenez 9/10, Alvarez 8/10 in dominant El Tri win

Kasey Keller says Mexico are back to dominating CONCACAF after struggling early in the 2010s.

Thanks to two goals and an assist from Raul Jimenez, Mexico walked away from Friday night's away game against Panama with a 3-0 CONCACAF Nations League victory. With three wins in three group stage games -- and one game left against Bermuda next week -- El Tri has already officially earned a spot in the semifinal stage of the tournament.

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Once again, Jimenez is showcasing why he can be Mexico's starting striker. Although Javier Hernandez remains as the all-time leading goalscorer for the...

Raul Jimenez nets twice as Mexico handles Panama in Nations League

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Kasey Keller says Mexico are back to dominating CONCACAF after struggling early in the 2010s.

Two goals and an assist from Raul Jimenez fired Mexico to a 3-0 victory over Panama on Friday to confirm El Tri's place in the CONCACAF Nations League semifinals next June.

Jimenez opened the scoring in the 8th minute in a scrappy game in Estadio Rommel Fernandez, set up a Edson Alvarez's tap in in the 70th and sealed the win with a late penalty.

"I'm happy with the result, because historically we don't do well here [but] the goals went through for us," Jimenez said. 

The win improves Mexico...