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 By Tom Marshall

Andre-Pierre Gignac goal helps Tigres advance, Leon can't overturn CA deficit

Andre-Pierre Gignac has been excellent in his first season for Tigres.

France international Andre-Pierre Gignac continued his fine goal-scoring form on Saturday, netting the only goal as Tigres overcame Chiapas 1-0 to advance to the Liga MX Apertura 2015 semifinals.

Gignac also scored in the 2-1 victory in the first leg last Wednesday and now has 13 goals in 17 Liga MX matches since joining Tigres last June.

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Tigres started the Liguilla as one of the favorites to lift the title -- despite a fifth-place finish in the regular season -- and are the first team to qualify...

 By Tom Marshall

America on course for Apertura semis, Tigres win late through Alvarez

Paul Aguilar celebrates scoring a goal against Leon.
Paul Aguilar celebrates after scoring the winner in America's 4-1 win over Leon.

Club America will take a three-goal advantage over Leon into the Liga MX Apertura 2015 quarterfinal second leg on Saturday, after defeating La Fiera 4-1 in the first leg on Wednesday.

Leon took the lead in the Estadio Azteca through Ignacio Gonzalez in the 12th minute, but Club America came storming back to make it 3-1 by half-time.

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Paolo Goltz leveled in the 22nd, Mexico international Paul Aguilar put America ahead in the 36th and Dario Benedetto converted from the penalty spot one minute before...

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Ricardo La Volpe interested in coaching Mexico again

Ricardo Antonio La Volpe said he has had no contact with the Mexico Football Federation regarding a candidacy for the country's open coaching job, despite having put himself up for consideration.

 La Volpe on Tuesday told ESPN that he regrets his past errors and would be willing to coach El Tri again. 

"No one has spoken to me, however, who wouldn't like to coach the national team," said the Argentinian, who coached Mexico leading up to and at the 2006 World Cup and also coached Costa Rica...