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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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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...

Montreal Impact tough out draw against the odds at America in CCL

America's Oribe Peralta saved his club from a huge disaster by knocking in a late goal to secure a draw in the first leg.

The first leg of the CONCACAF Champions League final is in the books with the Montreal Impact taking home an unexpected 1-1 draw versus Club America at the Estadio Azteca. Here are three observations from Wednesday night's entertaining affair.

1. Piatti pushes Impact ahead

In what felt like a similar start to their quarterfinal first leg at Pachuca, Montreal stunned the home fans by jumping out to a lead, this time in the 16th minute through Ignacio Piatti, who swept in a Dominic Oduro pass...

Club America begin pivotal week after embarrassing defeat

ESPN FC's Steve Nicol and Shaka Hislop weigh in on Montreal Impact's wining chances against Club America at the Estadio Azteca.

Of late, Gustavo Matosas, head coach of Club America and Ricardo Pelaez, the president of the club, have gone on record with similar statements about how trophies are really what matter to the team -- not leading the league or avoiding losses by three goals or more.

Technically, they are both correct. Fans will be inclined to be forgiving if Club America does claim trophies this season.

However, the idea that the club's fans shouldn't be concerned about multiple defeats by four goals -- last...

 By Tom Marshall

Liga MX: Chivas, Queretaro on the rise while Puebla, America slide

The former Barca man only needed six minutes to bag a brace after coming on as a sub for Queretaro.
Things are looking up for Omar Bravo and Chivas de Guadalajara.

It was a good weekend for Chivas de Guadalajara, who lead the Liga MX Clausura table after 14 rounds and also made relegation a mathematical impossibility with Friday's 1-1 draw against Club Tijuana.

At rival Club America, things aren't so rosy after falling 4-0 at home to Queretaro on Saturday, making for an intriguing Clasico Nacional in Guadalajara next Sunday.

Here's the good, the bad and the ugly from the weekend that was in the Liga MX.

Ronaldinho, Queretaro on the rise

There has been...

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...