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Arroyo is the Club America hero

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Ronaldinho's Queretaro sends Club America back to the drawing board

Brazilian legend Ronaldinho put Club America to the sword with two well-taken goals.

On the heels of Club America's 4-0 spanking from Queretaro, the Aguilas team, which had so recently climbed out of a crisis situation precipitated by another loss by four goals to Veracruz, finds itself right back in the darkness of doubt and unanswered questions. The club may yet lift the trophy at the end of the season, but at this point, all that is certain is that the team is not the juggernaut it once was.

Here are three things learned from their latest capitulation:

1. CA fans won't settle...

Antonio Mohamed earns a point against former team Club America

Antonio Mohamed faced his former team Club America in charge of Monterrey.

In the coaching clasico between the most recent and current Aguilas coaches, Monterrey and Club America came away with a share of the points in a 1-1 draw.

Early in the game, Monterrey delighted the home fans by scoring first with a sharp Dorlan Pabon goal in the 16th minute. The lead only lasted a few minutes, though, as Club America's Pablo Aguilar found the equalizer in the 20th minutes.

Club America had the motivation to move into the top three of the Liga MX table, while Monterrey was chasing...

 By Tom Marshall

Dario Benedetto's four goals lead Club America into the CCL final

Dario Benedetto's four-goal outburst in the second leg of the CONCACAF Champions League semifinal matched his current Liga MX goal total (4) for the season.

Let's put to one side the discussion about the CONCACAF Champions League (CCL) and just how crazy the tournament can be when one team wins 3-0 at home (Costa Rica's Herediano) and the other destroys it 6-0 (Liga MX's Club America) in the semifinal second leg of a continental competition.

All that can wait. Instead, America and coach Gustavo Matosas should be allowed to bask in its moment of glory in overcoming Costa Rica's Herediano by six goals in exceptional style

Sure, America's wage bill...

Club America left with plenty to play for after Clasico Joven win

Has Gustavo Matosas' team finally turned a corner?

With a recent run of poor results, including getting outscored 10-1, more than a few wondered if Club America's entire Clausura season was being irretrievably lost. Then a weekend derby triumph stopped that slide.

So many things are possible when a team starts to win. Even just winning a single match like Club America did in beating Cruz Azul this past weekend can be meaningful. For example, it's possible the era of the under-pressure Gustavo Matosas has turned a corner if he and his squad can build...

Club America and Gustavo Matosas get crucial Liga MX win over Cruz Azul

Oribe Peralta scored a header in the 48th minute to help America beat Cruz Azul 1-0.

Right when coach Gustavo Matosas needed it most, Club America dug deep and produced a crucial victory over derby rival Cruz Azul in the Clasico Joven.

That close win doesn't magically erase the recent slump of Aguilas games lost against an avalanche of goals, but it does throw Matosas and his tenure a crucial lifeline.

Here are three takeaways from the game.

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1. New approach at Club America

The win against Cruz Azul came at a cost on a philosophical level. The arrival of Matosas to Club America...

Club America and Cruz Azul with plenty to play for in Mexico City derby

Club America will be missing key players such as Moises Munoz for the weekend's Mexico City derby against Cruz Azul.

The Clasico Joven, or "young classic," as the derby between Mexico City clubs Cruz Azul and America is called, is one of the most storied and bitter in Liga MX.

The 4-0 derby loss to Cruz Azul last season contributed partly to the ousting of then-coach Antonio Mohamed. After the defeat, Mohamed still had Club America in the top spot of the league standings and he still went on to claim the historic 12th championship for the club, but many Aguilas fans couldn't forgive him for that Cruz...