Mexico stun reigning champions Germany 1-0 in a thrilling match at the Luzhniki Stadium in Moscow.
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Mexico fans around the world rejoiced when Hirving Lozano scored Mexico's opener vs. Germany. Some were even brave enough to do so in... Berlin.
Marquez came on against Germany to equal the records of Mexico compatriot Antonio Carbajal and Germany's Lothar Matthaus.
Costa Rica lost to Serbia, Mexico look avenge their Confederations Cup embarrassment vs. Germany and Brazil begin their World Cup redemption tour.
With the U.S. missing the World Cup, there are marketing pushes aplenty urging U.S. fans to back Mexico. Landon Donovan is catching flack for his.
You want more World Cup drama? You got it Saturday, with Messi's missed shot heard 'round the world and the VAR-ty during France's opening win.
Mexico won't be going out to defend against Germany on Sunday in El Tri's opening game of the 2018 World Cup, coach Juan Carlos Osorio says.
Mexico fan Beto Granados missed the 1986 tournament for the birth of his son. Now both men are watching El Tri in Russia.
The U.S. soccer icon sat down with ESPN to talk about the 2026 United Bid, missing out on 2014 and watching a World Cup with no American team.
It's time for the holders. World Cup 2014 winners Germany begin their defence against a dangerous-looking Mexico side.
Mexico legend Jared Borgetti believes Javier Hernandez's mentality will help him succeed at the 2018 World Cup, despite a recent goal drought.
The enigmatic Juan Carlos Osorio has been a polarizing figure as Mexico manager, but there is method to his tactical madness and strategy.
World champions Germany know they must up their game when they kick off their title defence against Mexico on Sunday.
Rafa Marquez reveals the details behind his turbulent road to a fifth World Cup with Mexico and his resolve to make his last chance count.
Juan Carlos Osorio likes to keep the media guessing regarding Mexico's tactics. Has he shown his hand for the game vs. Germany or is he bluffing?
Argentina legend Diego Maradona says he does not like the decision to have Mexico, Canada and the United States host the 2026 World Cup.