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Mexico and Uruguay are playing an international friendly on Friday, Sept. 7, at NRG Stadium in Houston.
The meeting will mark the first action for either side since playing in the 2018 FIFA World Cup. Mexico reached the round of 16 before losing to Brazil, 2-0. Uruguay made it to the quarterfinal round, but was eliminated by France, the eventual champion, 2-0.
Mexico will make its first appearance since naming Ricardo Ferretti interim manager, following Juan Carlos Osorio’s decision to move on after the World Cup.
Argentina and Guatemala play an international friendly match on Friday, Sept. 7, at Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum.
The contest marks the first fixture Argentina will compete in since reaching the round of 16 at the 2018 FIFA World Cup. It was bested by the tournament’s eventual champion, France, in a 4-3 result. Lionel Messi is among a cast of World Cup veterans not with Argentina for the September international window.
Guatemala, which did not qualify for the World Cup and is fresh off an international ban, split a pair of friendlies against Cuba in August. Guatemala won the first matchup 3-0, but the sides finished a scoreless draw in the second meeting.
The meeting marks just the third time both Argentina and Guatemala have faced. They last played each other in 2013, when Argentina won 4-0.
The Argentina vs Guatemala game will be broadcast live online and on television, as La Albiceleste plays La Azul y Blanco at the Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum this Friday, September 7, 2018, at 8:00 PM Pacific.
Argentina had a very underwhelming and disappointing World Cup cycle under Jorge Sampaoli and are now trying to turn a new leaf heading into 2022. Lionel Messi will not play with his national team for the rest of the year as his future with the team continues to be uncertain.
Lionel Scaloni is currently serving as the interim coach for Argentina as the federation tries to find a suitable replacement for Jorge Sampaoli. Scaloni did call up some players that were at the World Cup like Paulo Dybala, but overall the roster does feature many youngsters and new additions to the squad.
16 players on the roster are 25 years old or younger and 10 players on the squad play domestically in the Argentina Superliga. 12 players will be representing the Argentina senior team for the first time including 19-year-old Exequiel Palacios and Franco Vasquez, who switched over from Italy.
Guatemala has a very limited squad as most of the players on the roster play domestically in a very weak Guatemalan league. Some of the standouts are MLS players like Allen Yanes, but this should be an almost impossible task for La Bicolor.
The U.S. men’s national team hosts Brazil in a friendly at MetLife Stadium in East Rutherford, N.J., on Friday.
The USA missed the World Cup for the first time since 1986 this past summer, and youngsters continue to feature on the roster of interim coach Dave Sarachan as the program turns the page. Christian Pulisic will miss the game with a muscle injury, but rising stars like Tim Weah and Weston McKennie are available for selection along with established veterans John Brooks, DeAndre Yedlin and Bobby Wood.
It’s the first of two friendlies for the U.S. in the September international window, with the second coming Tuesday vs. Mexico in Nashville.
Brazil, which lost to Belgium in the World Cup quarterfinals, is led by Neymar and Philippe Coutinho and will continue preparations for next summer’s Copa America, which it is hosting.
The U.S. men’s national team is looking to improve, and one way to do that is by playing better teams. A busy second half of 2018 calendar began on Friday as it welcomed Brazil in an international friendly in New Jersey. It was the young pups of American soccer, without the injured Christian Pulisic, along with some established players, welcoming Neymar and company
The Ducks return to the football field Saturday late morning to try and improve to 2-0 on the football season when they play host to in-state school and FCS opponent Portland State (1-0).
“The messaging is the truth of the matter,” Cristobal said on Monday of how he intends to handle this weekend’s game. “The truth of the matter is that we had some very good play on Saturday, but that we also had some not so great play on Saturday that we can improve upon.
“For us to be the team that we’ve always talked about, and trained to be, the things we’ve done since January to become that team, all really relate to how we approach it ourselves… There’s nothing that showed up on tape on Saturday that is not correctable. There’s nothing that showed up on tape that we can’t take to a higher standard. It’s always going to start and end with that regardless of the opponent. I think that has to be the focus.”