With the return of the UEFA Champions League and Europa League, a number of Mexico's most prominent players have had the opportunity to gain highly valuable minutes during the recent mid-week matches. In case you missed any of the games, here's a quick rundown on how each of the players fared in the European competitions.
Jesus Corona -- Porto (UEFA Champions League)
During Wednesday's 3-1 victory over Schalke, "Tecatito" made history as the first Mexican to score in three consecutive Champions...
Mexican referee Adalid Maganda on Wednesday said he has reached an agreement with the country's Football Federation (Femexfut) and will return to work after engaging in a hunger strike to protest racism.
"We have already spoken with the technical secretary of the federation. There was a very good reception and we are already planning to return to work again at the matches, which is what we were seeking and where we were coming from," said Maganda about the meeting, which his lawyers also attended.