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 By Nayib Moran

Dario Benedetto's scoring drought should worry Club America

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Dario Benedetto's lack of goals this Clausura surely has America brass concerned.

Club America drew 1-1 against Veracruz at the Estadio Luis "Pirata" Fuente. The draw against Los Tiburones Rojos is America's second of the 2016 Clausura. After the match, manager Ignacio "Nacho" Ambriz lamented the fact that his team couldn't continue its winning streak.

Veracruz played the final 25 minutes down a man after midfielder Gabriel Penalba was sent off. Here are five conclusions from Friday's draw:

1. Sambueza's stellar numbers

Last season, Rubens Sambueza finished with seven yellow...

 By Nayib Moran

Paul Aguilar sparkles in return as Club America tops Santos Laguna at Azteca

ESPN FC's Katia Castorena discusses Club America's first home win as they beat Santos, ending their three game win streak.

MEXICO CITY -- Club America left Estadio Azteca with its first home win of the 2016 Clausura on Saturday after a 2-0 win over Santos Laguna. Manager Ignacio "Nacho" Ambriz said afterward that it was a win that the team had been looking to achieve. Las Aguilas' last home game finished with a devastating 1-4 loss to Pachuca, so its win over Santos, who came to Mexico City riding three consecutive wins, revitalized Ambriz's project at America.

For a second consecutive game, forward Oribe Peralta finished...

 By Nayib Moran

Club America needs to revisit its long-term planning

Club America came back after a 4-1 loss to Pachuca to earn a 3-0 away win at Dorados de Sinaloa.

MEXICO CITY -- At the 2014 World Cup, then-Mexico head coach Miguel "Piojo" Herrera had four Club America players in his final squad: Francisco "Maza" Rodriguez, Miguel Layun, Raul Jimenez and Paul Aguilar. It also included former America players Diego Reyes and Guillermo Ochoa.

That stands in stark contrast to current head coach Juan Carlos Osorio's most recent Mexico roster, with not a single America player appearing in the 22-player list.

One can interpret this change in different ways....

 By Tom Marshall

Chivas find relegation breathing space in Liga MX from struggling Dorados

From Omnilife stadium, Tom Marshall discusses the draw between Chivas and Tigres, as well as other results in Liga MX.

GUADALAJARA, Mexico - Chivas go into Saturday's trip to Morelia having won only eight points in their last nine Liga MX matches. Whatever way you want to package the data, less than a point per game over a significant run of matches amounts to relegation form for the storied Guadalajara side.

The pressure is starting to build on Argentine coach Matias Almeyda. He started off with three consecutive 2-1 victories back in the Apertura after taking over from Jose Manuel "Chepo" de la Torre in September....

 By Nayib Moran

Diego Alonso's Pachuca hands Club America yet another home loss

Club America were beat by a score of 4-1 by Pachuca in front of their home fans in the Liga MX.

MEXICO CITY, Mexico -- Club America suffered its first home defeat of 2016 after falling 4-1 to Pachuca on Saturday afternoon.

Once again America is in a confused state, with head coach Ignacio "Nacho" Ambriz and the players' performances being openly questioned by fans.

In the Ambriz era, America has achieved only four home wins -- none of them in 2016 -- and the fans are losing patience.

Here are three thoughts from the Estadio Azteca:

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1. Club America is short of ideas

America's week of peace...

 By Nayib Moran

Midfield battle key for Club America against Pachuca

MEXICO CITY -- After a convincing 3-0 win at Atlas last weekend, peace returned to Club America's training grounds. Several players have noted that the team is not yet at 100 percent, but they are getting close. Against Pachuca, a quick and intense team, Los Azulcremas must give a complete performance in order to celebrate its first home win of the season. America has a great opportunity to demonstrate to its fans that the team is on an ascending path and the players will be able to showcase the...