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 Posted by ESPN Staff
Sep 2, 2014

Liga MX Power Rankings: Monterrey move to top as America slip up

Monterrey forward Humberto Suazo scored the game's lone goal off of a counterattack in the first half to put them level with America at the top of Liga MX.

It couldn't last forever. Club America had to lose eventually. It's just that almost anything would've been preferable to a 1-0 defeat to Mexico City rivals Pumas in the Estadio Azteca. The loss let the increasingly organized and clinical Monterrey sneak up to first place in the Power Rankings after its 1-0 win on the road to Queretaro.

Elsewhere, the Apertura season has been marked by inconsistency in performance so far in the seven rounds of matches, such as with Tigres following up a 5-1 away...

 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 Tom Marshall
Aug 19, 2014

Liga MX power rankings: Pumas, Chivas on the slide

Puebla FC and U.A.N.L Tigres shared the spoils in a nervy match, which finished 1-1.

While one of Mexico's big four -- Club America -- continues to dominate the Liga MX with five wins from five games in the Apertura 2014, the other three are slipping.

Pumas' 2-1 loss last Thursday led to Guillermo Vazquez replacing Jose Luis Trejo as manager, while Chivas lost 1-0 to Santos Laguna on Sunday and Cruz Azul fell 3-1 to Monterrey on Saturday.

Elsewhere, Toluca found some form in comprehensively defeating Pachuca 3-0, while Atlas continued its playoff drive with a 1-0 home win against...

 Posted by Tom Marshall
Aug 12, 2014

Liga MX power rankings: America, Atlas break away

Club America boss Antonio Mohamed has Las Aguilas firing on all cylinders in Liga MX.
Club America boss Antonio Mohamed has Las Aguilas firing on all cylinders in Liga MX.

Who can stop Club America this season?

Not Tigres, who fell 2-0 to Las Aguilas at home in a clinical performance by Antonio Mohamed's side that cemented them at the top of the Liga MX with four wins from four games of the Apertura 2014.

The only challenger in touching distance of America at this early stage is surprise-package Atlas, who defeated Pumas 1-0 on Sunday in Mexico City to remain the only other defeated side.

Elsewhere last weekend, Chivas, Santos Laguna and Pumas flopped down...

 Posted by Tom Marshall
Aug 5, 2014

Liga MX Power Rankings: America stays perfect

ESPN FC's Alejandro Moreno, Steve Nicol, and Shaka Hislop discuss Puebla's Cuauhtemoc Blanco playing at the age of 41.

A hat trick from Raul Jimenez helped America to a comfortable 4-0 win against Puebla last Saturday to keep Las Aguilas on the top of the Liga MX Power Rankings as the only team with three wins from three games in the nascent Apertura 2014.

Atlas, Queretaro, Toluca and Leon were the big upward movers after impressive wins, while Morelia, Pumas and Puebla gave some serious cause for concern.

- Canales: Liga MX Week 3: Jimenez shines
- Hernandez: America are class of the Apertura so far
- Marshall:...