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Mexico can learn from loss to Belarus

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Radamel Falcao scores penalty in Colombia's victory; Qatar win again

Radamel Falcao scored his third goal in two games to help Colombia defeat Kuwait.

Radamel Falcao went within one goal of Colombia's scoring record by netting a penalty on Monday to complete a 3-1 victory over Kuwait in a friendly.

Abel Aguilar opened the scoring with a volley in the 22nd minute, but Mesaed Al Enzi equalised following a corner on the stroke of half-time.

After the break, Edwin Cardona put Colombia ahead with a 30-yard blast, and Falcao, who also scored twice against Bahrain last week, drew a penalty on the edge of the box before converting the final goal.

Falcao's...

A 'checkmate' in Belarus

Mexico manager Miguel Herrera unleashed four attackers against Belarus in the final 10 minutes.

Miguel Herrera could have learned a marvelous lesson on Tuesday evening in Borisov, Belarus. You can play a lot of things with the Belarusians, but you can't beat them at chess.

There comes a time in the life of a manager when he believes his decisions, his sense and his intelligence are above everything else. He feels untouchable and powerful, capable of creating, of coming up with something new and marvelous on a field where everything seems to have been experienced and created already. Miguel...

Losing to Belarus is not all that bad

I have an unusual theory: I believe it is important for Mexico to lose friendlies if they want to succeed.

This doesn't make sense, I know.

How can a team flourish if they are losing? How could a team make progress if they are faltering? Let me explain.

El Tri can't get comfortable; they honestly can't. If they want to remain as a group stage or round of 16 contender of the World Cup, that's fine, they can remain comfortable. However, if the national team wants to continue growing, they must strive...