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Hernandez: Five to watch in Liga MX

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 Posted by Andrea Canales
2 days ago

Ronaldinho stealing Liga MX headlines ahead of Queretaro debut

Brazilian star Ronaldinho Gaucho was officially presented by Liga MX's side Queretaro.

Club America is top of the league for once while still being out of most of the sports headlines in Mexico. That's an unusual position for the organization, but it's not every day that another club in Liga MX signs a two-time FIFA world player of the year.

Queretaro's signing of Ronaldinho might turn out to be a gimmick that may not help the club much at all. Or the move could give the club the midfield control and attacking finish needed to charge back up the standings.

Meanwhile, away from the...

 Posted by Andrea Canales
Aug 29, 2014

Jimenez's exit has affected America's scoring

America's Oribe Peralta hasn't had much help in scoring since Raul Jimenez left the club.

Though it wasn't an actual loss, Club America's draw against Chiapas last week in league play could be viewed as a bit of a stutter, though not a complete misstep.

At least, not yet. For a club that had reeled off five straight wins, the inability to score against a team like Los Jaguares, which isn't even a huge rival, was frustrating.

Granted, Club America still has a sizable lead over all the other clubs at the top of the Liga MX standings. The organization has twelve points more than Pumas,...

 Posted by Cesar Hernandez
Aug 28, 2014

Five Liga MX matches to watch

Pachuca will look to avenge their Clausura final defeat when they face Leon this weekend.
Pachuca will look to avenge their Clausura final defeat when they face Leon this weekend.

Now that the midweek Copa MX and CONCACAF Champions League fun has ended for various Liga MX teams, they can turn their attention to the seventh week of the Apertura.

Only one squad, Club America, has emerged without a single loss so far this season. Morelia, on the other hand, is the only team left without a win, which is strange to think about when one considers the fact that America narrowly beat Morelia in the Estadio Azteca a few weeks ago.

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 Posted by Tom Marshall
Aug 26, 2014

Liga MX power rankings: Tigres on the rise

Tigres sent out a warning to other Liga MX sides with their impressive 5-1 win over struggling Morelia.

It was a weekend of firsts in Round 6 of matches in the Apertura 2014, with Club America losing its first points, Atlas being defeated for the first time, and Leones Negros picking up their first win since winning promotion to the Liga MX.

Elsewhere, Morelia remains the only team without a win after getting thrashed 5-1 against Tigres on Friday, while Chivas' goalless streak is now at 274 minutes following the Guadalajara team's 0-0 draw against Veracruz.

But the biggest take so far from the Liga...

 Posted by Cesar Hernandez
Aug 25, 2014

Five lessons learned in Liga MX Week 6

Oribe Peralta of America celebrates after scoring the club's third goal vs. Morelia.

The Liga MX Apertura is six weeks into a 17-week season, just three matches away from reaching the halfway point of the league.

Excuses are now wearing thin for underperforming squads, and the departure of Puebla's Ruben Omar Romano brings the coach firings tally to two for the Apertura.

The weekend also collected a decent amount of scoring from the Liga MX squads. Four games had three goals or more -- with the standout being Tigres' 5-1 win over Morelia.

Luckily for squads such as Chivas, Pumas...