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Herc Gomez breaks down Jonathan Gonzalez's Mexico debut (3:38)
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19dTom Marshall

Fringe players make Russia case in win

Mexico weren't their sharpest in a 1-0 friendly win against Bosnia and Herzegovina, but a few fringe players made early cases for the 2018 World Cup.

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21dJeff Carlisle

U.S. wasted chance to dazzle in friendly

Sunday's 0-0 draw with Bosnia and Herzegovina was a real missed opportunity for a raw U.S. squad to put on a show and get fans excited.

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Sarachan grades USMNT debutants (2:22)
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22dJason Davis

Hamid, Sapong the best of a poor bunch

Sunday's 0-0 draw with Bosnia shed light on an young U.S side that -- outside of Bill Hamid and CJ Sapong -- didn't do much to wow the StubHub fans.

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22dJeff Carlisle

Good spells mix with bad for tepid U.S.

The U.S. struggled with a young and inexperienced side against Bosnia & Herzegovina, but there were reasons for optimism after missing the World Cup.

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United States 0-0 Bosnia-Herzegovina: Stalemate caps camp (1:39)
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22dAssociated Press

U.S. play to goalless draw against B&H

An experimental U.S. side ground out a 0-0 draw against Bosnia and Herzegovina on Sunday night at StubHub center in Los Angeles.

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Sarachan: Being USMNT coach isn't lost on me (1:50)
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Morris, Zardes providing leadership at January camp (1:09)
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Does the Nations League face challenges? (0:58)
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Ramirez: A lot of hope and energy in U.S. camp (1:21)
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Why Jonathan Gonzalez chose Mexico over the U.S. (3:28)
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Lima not taking U.S. selection lightly - Via Earthquakes (2:07)
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Rumour Rater: Are Dybala and Jorginho good for Man United? (3:18)
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67dPress Association

Qatar suffer embarrassing Liechtenstein loss

Qatar's preparations for hosting the 2022 World Cup plumbed new depths on Thursday when they suffered an embarrassing 2-1 loss to Liechtenstein.

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FAW chief avoids action over England remark

FAW chief executive Jonathan Ford will face no disciplinary action over his comment that the next manager of Wales would "definitely not" be English.

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FAW chief in trouble over England remark

FAW chief executive Jonathan Ford is to face a disciplinary commission over his comment that the next Wales manager will "definitely" not be English.