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Tigres aiming for Liga MX title

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50-50 Challenge: Chivas vs. Club America

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Arroyo is the Club America hero

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 By Tom Marshall

Ferretti's Tigres becoming Liga MX contenders, Pachuca facing relegation

Ricardo Ferretti and Tigres got a crucial to lift the club to second in Liga MX.

The Clasico Nacional took most the headlines and attention in round 15 of matches in the Liga MX, but Tigres and Atlas both picked up vital wins, while Puebla and Leones are almost neck-and-neck in the relegation race.

Here's the good, not so good and the ugly from this past weekend:

"Tuca" and Boy win the plaudits

If you had to pick a comedy duo featuring any two coaches in the Liga MX, it would undoubtedly be Tigres' Ricardo "Tuca" Ferretti and Atlas' Tomas Boy. Both regularly entertain in press...

Super Clasico draw buys time for Matosas' America as CCL final looms

ESPN FC's Alejandro Moreno reviews Chivas Guadalajara's unconvincing 1-1 draw with Club America in the Superclasico.
ESPN FC's Alejandro Moreno reviews Chivas Guadalajara's unconvincing 1-1 draw with Club America in the Superclasico.

The Super Clasico between Chivas Guadalajara and Club America concluded in an anticlimactic 1-1 draw that may leave the two squads destined to meet again in the playoffs.

A scoreless result against Guadalajara last season wasn't enough to save Antonio Mohamed's job as Club America coach, even though he also won a Liga MX title with the club. However, back then, Chivas wasn't superlider of the league and Club America wasn't fighting merely to stay in the playoffs.

Therefore, the result earned in the...

Five key players to watch in Liga MX's Super Clasico

Veteran Club America goalkeeper Moises Munoz will be tasked with putting the clamps on the Chivas attack.
Veteran Club America goalkeeper Moises Munoz will be tasked with putting the clamps on the Chivas attack.

El Super Clasico, El Clasico Nacional, or El Clasico de Clasicos.

Call it what you want, but Sunday's game between Chivas and America is incomparable when it comes to derbies in the Liga MX.

America has easily been the better team during the past few years, but Chivas' recent results during the past couple of months has made the Guadalajara club one of the best squads this season. With club pride and vital points on the line before the Liguilla, there should be no lack of drama and excitement...

 By Tom Marshall

Club America and Chivas Guadalajara draw in Mexico's Super Clasico

ESPN FC's Alejandro Moreno reviews Chivas Guadalajara's unconvincing 1-1 draw with Club America in the Superclasico.
ESPN FC's Alejandro Moreno reviews Chivas Guadalajara's unconvincing 1-1 draw with Club America in the Superclasico.

GUADALAJARA, Mexico -- Chivas were the better side in Mexico's Super Clasico against Club America, but couldn't turn possession into goals as the teams drew 1-1 on Sunday. The result kept the Guadalajara club in first place of the Liga MX Clausura with two rounds of matches to go in the regular season.

Here are out three rapid takes from the Chivas perspective:

1. Chivas earned respect, if not the points

The narrative surrounding the Super Clasico had been that the recently resurrected Chivas could...

50-50 Challenge: Chivas vs. Club America

The enormity of the Chivas-America rivalry will not faze Guadalajara veteran Omar Bravo.
The enormity of the Chivas-America rivalry will not faze Guadalajara veteran Omar Bravo.

Mexico's fiercest rivalry returns on Sunday as Chivas Guadalajara welcome in Club America. While Chivas currently sit atop Liga MX, America are the defending champions and will be looking to send a message in the Super Clasico. Who will have the upper hand at the Estadio Omnilife? Tom Marshall (Chivas) and Andrea Canales (America) face off ahead of the big one.

So, Chivas are back to being the Chivas of old -- right?

Tom Marshall: A tentative yes, bearing in mind that things can, and often do,...

Club America will need to prioritize CCL glory or Clasico bragging rights

Michael Arroyo and Club America will head to Montreal for the CONCACAF Champions League final second leg needing to score at least once.

The Montreal Impact keep chugging along in CONCACAF Champions League competition like the Little Engine That Could, right into the final, where they shocked Club America in Azteca Stadium by earning a 1-1 draw and a crucial away goal in the first leg. Montreal may not have much of a history in the continental tournament, but that doesn't mean it isn't time for America to consider that defeat may loom ahead.

It wasn't supposed to be this way. America were supposed to "sweep the leg" in the thin...