Manchester United’s Javier Hernandez vows not to underestimate Manchester City in derby clash

Javier Hernandez has urged caution ahead of Manchester United’s derby clash against Manchester City on Sunday. Roberto Mancini’s side is currently two points clear at the top of the Premier League and the Mexico international insists United’s rivals have developed into serious title contenders. “We don’t underestimate any team, we always expect them to be difficult,” Hernandez told the BBC . “We need to be at 100 percent because both teams want to win this game. “Manchester City are doing very well, they’ve improved a lot but, in my mind, we only care about us. “City have a good manager. …
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Players fined in Mexico for ‘gunshot’ goal celebration

GUADALAJARA, Mexico, Oct 20 (Reuters) – Mexican sideGuadalajara have fined two players for a goal celebration inwhich one pretended to shoot the other in the head, sparkingoutrage in the country where drugs-related violence has claimed44,000 lives. Forwards Marco Fabian de la Mora, who scored a hat-trick,and Alberto Medina were each fined 50,000 Mexican pesos ($3,700)for the incident during the Chivas’ 5-2 league victory over cityrivals Estudiantes UAG on Saturday. “I greatly regret what happened. …
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A clown takes a picture with his mobile phone while other clowns pose for a group photo at the annual International Clown Convention

photoA clown takes a picture with his mobile phone while other clowns pose for a group photo at the annual International Clown Convention in Mexico City October 19, 2011. More than 300 clowns gathered to pose for a group photo and proceeded to participate in a 15-minute laughing protest for world peace, local media reported. REUTERS/Carlos Jasso (MEXICO – Tags: SOCIETY BUSINESS TELECOMS)

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Marco Fabian’s ‘execution’ celebration a catastrophic misjudgement amid Mexico violence

In most weeks, Chivas’ convincing 5-2 victory over Estudiantes Tecos at the weekend would have passed more or less unnoticed among football fans outside of Mexico. The actions of Marco Fabian de la Mora, however, ensured that this match would have repercussions far beyond the borders of the North American nation. The 22-year-old netted a brilliant hat-trick to inspire a convincing victory for the Guadalajara outfit, pushing it up to third in the Clausura standings and making a place in this year’s playoffs almost a certainty. …
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Brazil stop rot in FIFA rankings, Spain stay top

BERNE, Oct 19 (Reuters) – Brazil rose two places to fifth inthis month’s FIFA rankings, ending a downward trend afterhitting an 18-year low in September. Friendly wins against Argentina, Costa Rica and Mexico wereenough to stop the rot for the five-times world champions ascoach Mano Menezes attempts to rebuild the team for the 2014World Cup. With Brazil hosting the event, a sixth world title isconsidered an obligation by the media and public, with many evenseeing it as a mere formality. There was no change in the top four. …
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