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 By Nayib Moran

Antonio Mohamed returns to Azteca as his Monterrey travel to America

Leon Lecanda reports on Club America's second straight defeat in Liga MX, this time to Toluca.

MEXICO CITY -- After winning his first title as head coach -- the CONCACAF Champions League title secured on Wednesday -- Ignacio "Nacho" Ambriz was already thinking about Club America's next Liga MX match against Monterrey. Ambriz is aware that the next step in order to enter Las Aguilas' history books is to lead the team to another Liga MX title, and that's exactly what he plans to do.

Monterrey will land in Mexico City without Colombian superstar Edwin Cardona, who will miss the match due...

 By Nayib Moran

Paul Arriola searches for U.S. senior breakthrough under Herrera at Tijuana

Paul Arriola has enjoyed a career year at Tijuana in terms of minutes played, but his side have struggled in the Clausura.

Club Tijuana's first years (the club was founded in January 2007) were successful ones, delivering a Liga MX title and a Copa Libertadores quarterfinal place. Now, though, the club is at a crossroads. Manager Miguel "Piojo" Herrera's arrival hasn't delivered the victories the club had hoped for, after successful terms at Club America and the Mexico national team.

Immersed in this period of transition is U.S. midfielder Paul Arriola, who last Friday completed his 50th game in Mexico's top flight. ...

America vs. Monterrey, Tigres' Liguilla hopes highlight Liga MX weekend

Leon Lecanda reports on Club America's second straight defeat in Liga MX, this time to Toluca.
Monterrey v America
Title contenders Monterrey and Club America meet Saturday night at the Estadio Azteca.

Only a total of 18 Liga MX matches now separate the Clausura regular season from the playoffs. While certain big clubs like America and Santos Laguna will be fighting for a coveted second place spot, others like Cruz Azul and Toluca just hope to reach theLiguilla.

With the regular season soon coming to an end, here are five things to watch in Week 16 of the Liga MX:

1. Tigres' possible last stand

Tigres are struggling. On Wednesday night, manager Ricardo "Tuca" Ferretti lost the CONCACAF Champions...

 By Tom Marshall

Club America's focused transfer policy has led to trophies

ESPN FC's Jose Antonio Rodriguez and Leon Lecanda review Club America's 2-1 victory over Tigres, winning the CONCACAF Champions League for a second consecutive year.

Club America is not only Mexico's most successful side, but it is now the undisputed king of CONCACAF, after lifting the CONCACAF Champions League trophy on Wednesday for the seventh time, one more than Cruz Azul.

The institution's hash-tag "100 years of greatness" in celebration of its centennial appears to be increasingly apt. America may be Mexico's most despised team -- according to the yearly polls -- but the giant from Mexico City wins titles like none other in this part of the world and...