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16dJeff Carlisle

Sources: USMNT-Wales friendly still in works

The U.S men's team is in the process of finalizing a friendly against Gareth Bale and Wales, to be held on March 30 in Cardiff.

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Nicol & Darke get heated on proposed changes to offside law (2:28)

Tom Marshall Mexico correspondent 

Half-time: Mexico 1-1 Bermuda. Lackluster display from Mexico so far, brightened by a golazo from Sebastian Cordova to level the scores. Bermuda has been organized and created a couple of opportunities, but El Tri needs to be moving the ball around quicker. "Tata" Martino won't be happy.

Tom Marshall Mexico correspondent 

Mexico's XI to face Bermuda here in Toluca contains a couple of surprises. Didn't expect Hector Moreno or Edson Alvarez to start. The rest of the team as predicted. Big night for Queretaro's Luis Romo, who is making his debut for El Tri in the team's last game of 2019‬.

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Coutinho curler helps Brazil get on winning track

Brazil returned to form after a five-game winless streak on Tuesday with the recalled Philippe Coutinho starring in a 3-0 win over South Korea.

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66dAdriana Garcia

Cavani on heated Messi row: 'Part of football'

Edinson Cavani has said his spat with Lionel Messi during Monday's 2-2 international friendly which was caught on camera is "part of football."


Tom Marshall Mexico correspondent 

Update from Mexico camp ahead of El Tri vs. Bermuda in Mexico's final game of 2019.

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Neymar to miss two more UCL games with injury

Paris Saint-Germain and Brazil forward Neymar will be out of action for four weeks because of a thigh injury, the Ligue 1 leaders announced Monday.