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Unfortunately for Mexico, manager's tactics won't work to stop fan chants

The Sportscenter Mexico crew discuss El Tri's latest fine for "discriminatory and insulting chants" against Germany and how to stop them.
ESPN FC's Sebi Salazar and Herc Gomez discuss the magnitude of South Korea-Mexico for Juan Carlos Osorio and who the difference maker could be for El Tri.

This article originally ran on ESPN Mexico and has been translated from Spanish. 

ROSTOV-ON-DON, Russia -- Mexico's toughest opponent in this World Cup doesn't play on the field. That game is being played in the stands, and El Tri is losing because there is no way to make use of manager Juan Carlos Osorio's bevy of rotations there.

The recent fine levied by FIFA upon Mexico in response to fans' chants of "¡Ehhh, pu--!" in the opener against Germany has put officials of the national team's...

Mexico's biggest questions ahead of match vs. South Korea: Rotations, finishing and the chant

ESPN FC's Sebi Salazar and Herc Gomez discuss the magnitude of South Korea-Mexico for Juan Carlos Osorio and who the difference maker could be for El Tri.
ESPN's Tom Marshall discusses why Mexico must refocus after their Germany win to beat South Korea.

Despite the fact that Mexico has had a brilliant start to the World Cup, numerous questions remain ahead of El Tri's next match against South Korea. Before Saturday's game kicks off, let's dive into the three most prominent talking points for the national team.

1. What will be the extent of player rotations?

Whether fans like them or not, the rotations will be happening for Mexico. With manager Juan Carlos Osorio at the helm, El Tri has gone through a total of 49 different lineups in his 49 games...

 By Tom Marshall

Mexico can't fall into 'comfort zone' in second Group F match against South Korea

ESPN FC's Sebi Salazar and Herc Gomez discuss the magnitude of South Korea-Mexico for Juan Carlos Osorio and who the difference maker could be for El Tri.
ESPN's Tom Marshall discusses why Mexico must refocus after their Germany win to beat South Korea.

ROSTOV, Russia -- Mexico coach Juan Carlos Osorio has urged his players not to fall into a "comfort zone" after the highs of opening the World Cup with a 1-0 victory against Germany on Sunday in Group F.

El Tri shocked the reigning world champions in a deserved win and go into Saturday's second group game as the heavy favorite to overcome a South Korea side that struggled in a 1-0 loss to Sweden on Monday.

"We talked about how to not fall into the comfort zone and rest on our laurels," said Osorio...