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El Tri Report: Raul Jimenez Catching Form With Benfica

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Benfica's forward Raul Jimenez celebrates scoring Benfica«s third goal during the match between SL Benfica and CS Maritimo at Estadio da Luz on January 6, 2015 in Lisbon, Portugal.

There were several Mexicans back in action with their clubs, and we saw some great goals, as well.

Here’s how they fared…

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Jonathan dos Santos – Villarreal (Spain)

Villarreal lost to Athletic Bilbao, 3-2, in the Copa del Rey

Jonathan was not called up, as he exited the previous game with an apparent leg injury.

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Miguel Layún, Hector Herrera, Tecatito – FC Porto (Portugal)

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FC Porto was looking for a bounce back result after losing to Sporting, but fell short in a 1-1 draw with Rio Ave.

Tecatito Corona played 70 minutes, Miguel Layún 85 minutes, and Hector Herrera played the full 90.

Herrera scored a golazo in the match for FC Porto

https://twitter.com/mexicanfutcom/status/684859745686036481

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Raúl Jiménez – Benfica (Portugal)

Raúl Jiménez started in Benfica’s 6-0 thrashing of Martitimo. He scored the third goal of the match, and two of his passes to his teammates lead to penalties for Benfica. 

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Other Mexico news

There were rumors that Jesse Gonzalez, 20-year-old keeper for Mexico and FC Dallas, was going to accept a call up by Jürgen Klinsmann of the USMNT.

New reports has squashed the rumor, saying that Gonzalez has accepted a call from Mexico’s U-23 roster.

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