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2-0, 2-0, 2-0, 2-0. [url=]Gareon Conley Jersey[/url] . Four times Mexico has visited Columbus to play the United States in the Hex and every time they have boarded the plane home losing 2-0. This time, though, it feels very different for El Tri. Two of the previous three matchups with their arch rivals came at the start of the group, when Mexico had no danger of not qualifying, while in September of 2005, Mexico lost but still went home on 16 points through seven matches and were virtually secure of their spot in Germany 2006. Now, in the final stages of CONCACAF qualifying for Brazil 2014, the regions biggest powerhouses are in deep trouble. They entered Tuesdays match with many expecting them to eventually kick it up a few gears and find a way to reach one of the top three automatic qualifying spots, particularly after the firing of coach Jose Manuel de la Torre following Fridays loss to Honduras. They left Tuesdays match in further disarray. It has to be said; the American side they came up against was far from an exceptional one. Missing key players through suspension and injury, Jurgen Klinsmanns men played more like an away side, sticking to their disciplined shape and looking to break Mexico down on the break and through set-pieces. It worked. Eddie Johnsons header from Landon Donovans corner in the 49th minute set them on their way before Donovan sealed the deal in the 78th when he poked home Mix Diskeruds cross after the visitors fell asleep on a throw-in. It was a night of errors for the away side. Goalkeeper Jose Coronas ludicrous surge out of his goal in search of the ball allowed Johnson to head into an empty net, while Donovan embarrassed right back Hiram Mier when he stepped inside the defender at the back post. Moments such as these, which cost them the game, will be, quite rightly, blazed across highlight shows across the continent, but those who watched the entire match will know far more concerns for Mexico exist than just mental mistakes in front of their own goal. Klinsmanns tactics were not only perfect for the team he had available to him but also said everything about Mexicos inefficiency in the final third. El Tri have now played eight matches in the Hex and scored four goals. Klinsmann didnt think they could break his team down and he was right. In the opening 20 minutes Mexico showed signs of life, pressing high up the pitch, exploding on transitions and exposing the USs weak right side but the longer the first half went on the more they grew frustrated and lacked ideas. So often when things arent going well for a team they can look like a team of individuals and thats what has started to happen to Mexico. Any cohesiveness in their attacking game has disappeared, the tempo in which they pass the ball is far too slow and their lack of movement has become very easy to defend against. It is a remarkable fall from grace for a side that features many of the players who won gold at the Olympics in London last summer. This Mexico team is not full of older players on the decline. Carlos Salcido aside (who was good enough to be one of the precious over-age players in the squad for London 2012), this team is full of young, energetic, skillful players. Right now they look lost, without a spark and out of ideas. It is not usually this tough for El Tri. In the previous four Hex formats - since the process was changed for the 1998 World Cup - Mexico have finished in the top two of qualifying each time, obtaining anywhere between 17 and 22 points each time in the 10 game group stage. By now they are usually on cruise control towards the finals. Instead, they have eight points from eight matches and, after Panama secured a late draw in Honduras on Tuesday, sit fifth and out of the qualification positions altogether. This means Honduras, who are still huge favourites to advance, Panama and Mexico will battle for one automatic spot between them with the team who finish fourth forced to play New Zealand, the winners of the Oceania qualifiers, over two legs to advance to the World Cup. Honduras (11 pts) finish with Costa Rica (h) and Jamaica (a)Panama (8pts) finish with Mexico (a) and USA (h)Mexico (8pts) finish with Panama (h) and Costa Rica (a)Mexico, despite their endless list of current problems, should still beat the All Whites, but the biggest story of this qualifying round is, without doubt, the fact they might not get a chance to do so. Panama, ahead of Mexico on goals scored, are El Tris next opponents in what promises to be a dramatic match at The Azteca on October 11th. Anything other than a win for Mexico in that game will likely signal the end of their qualification campaign with Panama ending their schedule at home to an already qualified USA. Mexico have a month to get it right. A month when another new coach is most likely to be appointed during a time when many of their players struggle to find valuable minutes with their club teams. These are not good times for Mexican football. The strange thing is; should they manage to reach Brazil I think they could do very well. It is now or never for El Tri. [url=]Jared Cook Jersey[/url] . "He started putting me on the ice to strengthen them at the suggestion from a doctor," he said. Weight said it wasnt a pretty sight at the rink in St. Clair Shores, Mich. "I looked like Forrest Gump," he joked. [url=]Justin Murray Jersey[/url] . Yet coming off consecutive series losses at St. Louis and Pittsburgh, Los Angeles needed some sort of spark as August approaches. 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The Blazers tied their franchise record with 13 victories in November, and they opened December with an unlikely nail-biter, surviving despite blowing big leads in each half. "We shouldnt have had to do that," Matthews said. "Theres still a learning curve for us, but its a good sign if your lesson is you have to learn how to play with a lead. Its better than having to fight back." The Lakers would agree, even though their rally got Staples Center rocking. Xavier Henry scored a career-high 27 points and Jodie Meeks added 20 for Los Angeles, which had won five of six to climb above .500 despite injury woes. Portland led 94-74 entering the fourth, but promptly failed to score for nearly six minutes as the Lakers mounted a 24-5 run with a lineup featuring no point guard and energetic backup centre Robert Sacre, who had career highs of 12 points and seven rebounds. "We have guys down right now, but we cant do anything about that," said Henry, who surpassed his previous career high set earlier this season. "The guys we do have can still give any team a run for its money." Portland returned from its holiday break with its first road victory over the Lakers in seven tries since April 11, 2010, but only after a little drama. The Blazers blew a 17-point lead in the first half, but thought they had taken control with a 41-point third quarter -- their biggest period of the season. Los Angeles cut Portlands lead to 99-98 on Shawne Williams tip-in with 3:44 to play, but Lillard hit a 3-pointer with 2:54 left, and Matthews added another with 1:20 to play. Los Angeles kept it close, but the Blazers hit five of their six free throws in the final 23 seconds. "We need to stay consistent," Lillard said. "When things are going well, we tend to ease up instead of tightening up and putting teams away. [url=]Karl Joseph Jersey[/url]. Once teams get fired up and get back in the game, our intensity rises again. We have to find a way to keep it at that high level." The Lakers were left with only nine or 10 healthy players -- and one point guard -- when Jordan Farmar limped to the locker room in the first quarter, straining his left hamstring shortly after checking in to the game. Kobe Bryant and Steve Nash still havent returned to uniform, and centre Chris Kaman -- who recently recovered from a back injury -- dressed but didnt play. Pau Gasol, who missed Saturdays practice to deal with nagging injury issues, missed nine of his 10 shots in the first half before finishing with six points on 3-of-15 shooting. He plans to have an MRI on his sore ankle Monday. But the Lakers league-leading bench had another big game led by Henry, Sacre and Nick Young, who scored 17 points. "Thats what this team is all about -- you never know whos going to come out and produce," Sacre said. "Thats the whole essence of this team. 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