Big crowd endures another poor Mexico outing

[WORLD CUP COUNTDOWN] A goal by sub Alberto Medina was all Mexico could muster in its 1-0 victory against a makeshift Senegal team brought over to serve as sparring partner for the Tri in its next-to-last U.S. friendly that drew a crowd of 60,610 fans at Soldier Field.

Andres Guardado, another sub, was released early by Spanish club Deportivo Coruna and was one of the few players to have a good game.

Up front, much-touted Javier Hernandez, who will join Manchester United, did not have a good game against Senegal.

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