Mexican Soccer

Tuesday Kickoff: Mexico, Rodriguez, de Bruyne and more

Photo by Mike DiNovo/USA TODAY Sports

Photo by Mike DiNovo/USA TODAY Sports

Mexico did just enough to slip past Panama on Tuesday night, while a European star could be healed in time to feature over the weekend.

An Oribe Peralta goal was enough to lead Mexico past Panama, 1-0. Giovani dos Santos assisted the finish.

Kevin de Bruyne has an outside chance of playing this Saturday against Everton as his hamstring injury has healed faster than expected. (REPORT)

Colombian authorities have begun an investigation into death threats received by James Rodriguez. (REPORT)

Toni Kroos has signed a new deal with Real Madrid that will keep him with the club until 2022.

Juventus is reportedly set to offer a new contract to defender Leonardo Bonucci following interest from Manchester City and Chelsea. (REPORT)

Aston Villa is reportedly set to name Steve Bruce as the club’s newest manager. (REPORT)


Julian Green’s first half finish was canceled out by a goal from Monty Patterson as the  U.S. Men’s National Team tied New Zealand, 1-1, on Tuesday. (READ)

Green earned SBI USMNT Man of the Match honors for his efforts against New Zealand. (READ)

Abby Wambach once again questioned foreign-born members of the USMNT, asking if they had the “killer instinct” required to play for the team. (READ)

Maryland remained atop the latest edition of the SBI College Soccer Top 25. (READ)

Jurgen Klinsmann opposes changes to CONCACAF’s World Cup qualifying. (READ)

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