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Mexico finishes out its U.S. soccer tour

Chile's goalkeeper Miguel Pinto stops a shot during the second half of Chile's soccer match against Mexico in Los Angeles on Sept. 24, 2008.

The Mexican national soccer team will play Ecuador in a friendly international at Chase Field in Phoenix on Nov. 12, the fifth and final match of its U.S. tour.

This is how the tour has gone for “El Tri:”

April 16: Qwest Field, Seattle: Mexico 1, China 0. Attendance: 56,416.

June 4: Qualcomm Stadium, San Diego: Argentina 4, Mexico 1. Attendance: 68,498.

June 8: Soldier Field, Chicago: Mexico 4, Peru 0. Attendance: 33,608.

Sept. 24: Coliseum, Los Angeles: Chile 1, Mexico 0. Attendance: 32,924

Mexico’s record: 2-2-0. Total attendance: 191,446. Average attendance: 47,861.

-- Grahame L. Jones

Photo: Chile's goalkeeper Miguel Pinto stops a shot during the second half of Chile's soccer match against Mexico in Los Angeles on Sept. 24. Chile won 1-0. Credit: Mark J. Terrill / Associated Press

 
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