The U.S. Men's National Team takes on arch-rival Mexico tonight at Estadio Azteca, and the U.S. will be looking to become the first Americans to beat 'El Tri' on Mexican soil when the square off in a rare friendly in Mexico City (8pm, ESPN2).
The Americans will be trying to snap a four-match winless streak against Mexico, a streak that began with a 2-1 loss at Azteca in 2009 during World Cup qualifying. Jurgen Klinsmann will be without several regular starters tonight, but will be counting on veterans Tim Howard and Landon Donovan to lead the charge against a favored Mexican side.
Mexico will be lead by Manchester United striker Javier "Chicharito" Hernandez as well as a strong defense that will make things difficult for the American attack. Giovani Dos Santos is injured after Olympic duty and won't be around to terrorize the U.S. defense, but Monterrey playmaker Angel Reyna will be one to watch.
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