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Ascenso MX

By ESPN Staff
Jul 29, 2014

WATCH: Fastest goal in Mexican history

Paraguayan striker Gustavo Ramirez scored for Mineros de Zacatecas just four seconds into an Ascenso MX match, the fastest goal in Mexican professional soccer history.

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 By Chris Wright

Gustavo Ramirez quick off the mark

Fancying his chances against opponents Necaxa from kickoff, Mineros striker Gustavo Ramirez duly went and scored the fastest goal in the history of Mexican football when he stepped up and walloped on in from the half-way line with just a shade over three seconds on the clock.

The goal was originally wrongly clocked at seven seconds, but the Mexican second division's official website did a bit of in-depth analysis and duly came to the conclusion that Ramirez's 55-yard super strike was indeed the...

By ESPN Staff
May 28, 2014

Mexico says adios to Blanco

El Tri paid homage to Cuauhtemoc Blanco in his last international match.

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League won't yet reveal player names

Two Mexican League players tested positive for the steroid Clenbuterol during the opening weekend of action, Mexican Soccer Federation president Decio de Maria told ESPN's Graciela Resendiz on Tuesday.

De Maria said the federation would not be releasing the names of the players until the investigation was complete. He said disciplinary committee president Eugenio Rivas would be in charge of the sanctions for the players in question.

Although the players were not named, neither America, Tigres,...