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New York Red Bulls
Vancouver Whitecaps
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16 Cruz Azul 1 3 3 6
17 Puebla 1 3 3 6
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Toronto FC signs former Barcelona midfielder Victor Vazquez

Justin Morrow says Sebastian Giovinco's winning mentality he brought from Juve has driven Toronto FC towards success.
Barcelona product Victor Vazquez has joined Toronto FC in MLS.

Toronto FC completed the signing of former Barcelona midfielder Victor Vazquez on Monday.

The MLS club used targeted allocation money to secure the 30-year-old's services from Cruz Azul in Mexico.

"We are excited to bring Victor Vazquez to Toronto FC and provide our team with another experienced midfielder," general manager Tim Bezbatchenko said in a statement. "Victor developed in the Barcelona youth system which is recognized worldwide.

 By Nayib Moran

Liga MX W2W4: Chivas eyes first away win, Cruz Azul's test, America in crisis?

Julian Velazquez and Cruz Azul will be hoping to derail a confident Tijuana side.

MEXICO CITY -- Last weekend, five matches finished with a 1-0 final score, while Chiapas and Pumas got important away wins at Toluca and Leon, respectively. Will this week leave a couple of surprises. Here's what to watch for.

Jemez, Cruz Azul face tricky test vs. inspired Xolos

There are certain patterns starting to take form in Cruz Azul's camp. Paco Jemez has used La Maquina's recent Copa MX games to give playing time to those who didn't complete a preseason with the squad because they...

 By Nayib Moran

Liga MX W2W4: Apertura final rematch, Chivas-Xolos headline Week 3

After an epic Apertura final in December, Tigres and America renew acquaintances in the Clausura.

MEXICO CITY -- Last season's thrilling final between America and Tigres will have another take, but this time around what's at stake is a first win in the 2017 Clausura for both clubs. 

Here's five things to watch for this weekend in Liga MX:

1. Apertura final rematch not lacking intensity

According to Club America's manager Ricardo La Volpe, America was the superior side throughout the 210 minutes played against Tigres in December's two-legged 2016 Apertura final, however in the end...