At State Farm Stadium, the United States men tie Mexico with a late goal.

In men's soccer, one thing "El Tri" could always bank on was dominance over its northern neighbors. However, times have changed. 

The Concacaf soccer region has much more parity, and while Mexico-US has long been the region's largest rivalry,

there is excitement for more success in the future of US soccer, and a lack of it for many in Mexico at the moment.

Despite the fact that the two teams drew 1-1 in front of 55,730 fans — primarily on Mexico's side — in a friendly at State Farm Stadium on Wednesday night, the bad discourse is unlikely to abate much. 

Mexico's passionate supporters anticipate victories over regional adversaries and victory over their country's main opponent.

Another chapter in the two rivals' illustrious rivalry was penned. With Jes Ferreira's 81st-minute goal in the first Allstate Continental Clasico, the United States defeated Mexico.

The stadium's first and second levels, as well as a substantial chunk of the upper deck, were packed.

Uriel Antuna had given Mexico a 1-0 lead earlier in the second half. Ferreira's goal saved the draw for the US seconds after a Mexico shot on goal hit the post.