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Chivas, America face off in crunch Clasico

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 By Tom Marshall

Liga MX final needs no hype, but series is being overshadowed by long delay

Tigres will host Club America on Dec. 25, due to the latter's participation in the FIFA Club World Cup this month.

The momentum, buildup and excitement around what should be a showcase Liga MX final between Tigres and Club America have just ground to a halt.

After an intense start to the playoffs threw up arguably the perfect final to the 2016 Apertura, we are now faced with the reality of a 19-day delay, as Club America heads to Japan to take part in the FIFA Club World Cup. Las Aguilas' travels mean that the Liga MX final will take place on Dec. 22 at Estadio Azteca and Dec. 25 at Estadio Universitario,...

 By Nayib Moran

Club America books Liga MX final date with Tigres after seeing off Necaxa

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Oribe Peralta settled the tie in America's favor, bagging the second goal of the night in the 83rd minute.

MEXICO CITY -- After suffering two semifinal eliminations in the past two seasons, Club America will play a Liga MX final after defeating Necaxa 2-0 on Sunday.

Since Las Aguilas are on their way to Japan to take part in the FIFA Club World Cup, the second leg of the final against Tigres will take place on Christmas day, with the first happening on Dec. 22.

Here are three takes from Estadio Azteca:

1. La Volpe's tactical moves made the difference

Before the 58th minute, the duel between America and...

Club America could make it a Liga MX Christmas as Necaxa stands in its path

With the Liga MX Liguilla semifinals now set, ESPN FC's Ciro Procuna breaks down how the final four teams advanced.

After Wednesday's 1-0 away win for Tigres over Leon and Thursday's 1-1 draw between Necaxa and America, Los Auriazules and Las Aguilas now have slight advantages heading into the second legs of their respective Liguilla semifinal series. But Leon and Necaxa have 90 minutes to flip the script. Although this would be considered a monumental task for many, both have exceeded expectations of late and fans should not count them out.

Here are five things to watch for in the decisive second legs:

1....

 By Tom Marshall

Club America gains upper hand with first-leg draw vs. fiery Necaxa

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Club America players celebrate after leveling the score against Necaxa on Thursday night.

AGUASCALIENTES, Mexico -- The Club America dream of lifting the Apertura 2016 title in its centennial year is still intact after Las Aguilas drew 1-1 on Thursday in a full Estadio Victoria. Here are three takes from an even and fiercely contested match:

1. La Volpe, America becoming more comfortable

Argentine coach Ricardo La Volpe and Club America need each other. Both are desperate to win the Apertura title. America because of the glory it would bring to the club's centennial and La Volpe because...

 By Nayib Moran

Club America, Ricardo La Volpe thriving as tough December beckons

With the Liga MX Liguilla semifinals now set, ESPN FC's Ciro Procuna breaks down how the final four teams advanced.

MEXICO CITY -- When the second leg of the Clasico Nacional came to an end, and the scoreline at Estadio Chivas read Club America 1-0 Chivas, America's players raised their arms in sign of victory. Some jumped for joy; others hugged their nearest teammate. While the commotion erupted, William da Silva kneeled down and made a quick prayer before taking part in the team's moment of glee.

If there's a player who embodies the changes coach Ricardo Antonio La Volpe has made at America since his arrival...

 By Nayib Moran

Liga MX W2W4: Necaxa eye upset vs. America, Leon aims to slow to Tigres

With the Liga MX Liguilla semifinals now set, ESPN FC's Ciro Procuna breaks down how the final four teams advanced.
Watch all three of Andre-Pierre Gignac's goals in Tigres 5-0 Apertura demolition of Pumas.

MEXICO CITY -- The first stage of the Liguilla didn't fail to surprise as the regular season's first-place club, Tijuana, and second-place club, Pachuca, were eliminated by Leon and Necaxa, respectively. Knowing that Liga MX tends to be full of surprises, there's still room for more in the semifinals.

Here's what to watch for in the upcoming days:

America heads into the semis empowered after Clasico Nacional win

With Ricardo Antonio La Volpe as head coach, America has recuperated needed order....