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Atlas

 By Tom Marshall

Dario Benedetto's four goals lead Club America into the CCL final

Dario Benedetto's four-goal outburst in the second leg of the CONCACAF Champions League semifinal matched his current Liga MX goal total (4) for the season.

Let's put to one side the discussion about the CONCACAF Champions League (CCL) and just how crazy the tournament can be when one team wins 3-0 at home (Costa Rica's Herediano) and the other destroys it 6-0 (Liga MX's Club America) in the semifinal second leg of a continental competition.

All that can wait. Instead, America and coach Gustavo Matosas should be allowed to bask in its moment of glory in overcoming Costa Rica's Herediano by six goals in exceptional style

Sure, America's wage bill...

 By Tom Marshall

Chivas' Michel shines as Atlas' Gonzalez misses golden opportunity

Luis Michel is congratulated by his teammates after his penalty save.

GUADALAJARA, Mexico - There's sometimes a fine line between becoming a hero and falling flat on your face and Atlas' 20-year-old Mexico international Arturo "Ponchito" Gonzalez slipped towards the latter on Saturday in Guadalajara's derby between Atlas and Chivas.

The midfielder tried an outrageous Panenka from the penalty spot with the last kick of the match, with the score at 1-1, but Chivas goalkeeper Luis Michel reacted from his dive to the left and clawed the ball away.

It was a wild ending...

 By Tom Marshall

Inconsistent Atlas deliver an unexpected win over Atletico Mineiro

Atlas became the sixth Mexican team to win in Brazil in the Copa Libertadores after beating Atletico Mineiro 1-0.

Guadalajara's Atlas are doing things "A lo Atlas" (loosely "Atlas style") in the Copa Libertadores 2015 so far, winning when it should lose and losing when it should be winning.

The phrase used to be a bit of an insult from rival fans, mainly from Chivas, to describe the plethora of ways Atlas would find to mess up seemingly positive situations. Yet recently the club's new owners in Grupo Salinas (they purchased the club in late 2013) had the bright idea of reclaiming the phrase using the hashtag...

 By Tom Marshall

Kannemann's brilliance, referee scrutiny headline Liga MX week five

1. Cruz Azul's defense holds strong

A center-back pairing of Francisco "Maza" Rodriguez and Julio Cesar "Cata" Dominguez, combined with Gerardo Torrado's screening in a holding role just in front of the pair, plus Jesus Corona's exploits in goal, screams solidity and experience for Cruz Azul.

So far this Clausura, those features have been on display in bucket-loads, with La Maquina yet to concede a goal in 450 minutes of play. The water-tight defense has helped Cruz Azul move to first place...

Pabon the key for Monterrey while Lobos is vital for Toluca

Dorlan Pabon set up Lucas Silva's winner when Monterrey beat Atlas 2-1 in September.

After 17 weeks of league play, the 2014 Apertura playoffs are set to begin. Thursday sees Monterrey meet Atlas and Chiapas take on Toluca -- here are five things to watch for:

1. Dorlan Pabon

Of Monterrey's 23 goals scored during the regular season, 11 came from Pabon. Along with his goals, the striker also collected five assists as well, meaning that only seven of his side's goals came about without his help. Thus, a good performance from the Colombian striker will be vital in their match against...