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 By Ian Holyman

Tigres' Andre-Pierre Gignac denies hitting Mexican journalist

The guys discuss their top three Mexico players of all time, the best MLS rivalries and the controversial Liga MX final.
Andre-Pierre Gignac signed for Tigres in 2015.

Tigres striker Andre-Pierre Gignac has denied hitting a Mexican journalist who has called him "a bad loser."

Gignac reportedly could face a sanction from the Mexican Football Association having refused to take part in the ceremony to collect his runners-up medal after Tigres had failed to overcome Chivas in the second leg of their Clausura Championship final tie on Sunday.

After the final whistle, Televisa journalist Yussif Caro claimed Gignac had hit him pitchside, and then called the France international...

 By Tom Marshall

Can Chivas stop Andre-Pierre Gignac, Tigres to lift Liga MX trophy?

Sebastian Salazar and Herculez Gomez break down Tigres' late comeback that forced a draw in the first leg of the final.

GUADALAJARA, Mexico -- Chivas and Tigres go into the 2017 Clausura final second leg level at 2-2 after 90 minutes, with Sunday's tie in Estadio Chivas mixing all the ingredients for a classic.

Here are three key questions ahead of the big game as Chivas seek a league and cup double and Tigres look to win back-to-back Liga MX championships.

1. Where are Chivas at?

The 2-2 draw last Thursday in Estadio Universitario was actually a good result for Chivas. Going to "El Volcan" and emerging with...

 By Tom Marshall

Andre-Pierre Gignac's Tigres double keeps Clausura clash on knife-edge

Sebastian Salazar and Herculez Gomez break down Tigres' late comeback that forced a draw in the first leg of the final.

NUEVO LEON, Mexico -- Three quick thoughts from Tigres 2-2 Chivas in Liga MX on Thursday.

Tigres striker Andre-Pierre Gignac scored two goals in the final six minutes of Thursday's 2017 Clausura first leg to leave the tie against Chivas all square at 2-2 heading into Sunday's decisive return match.

Alan Pulido and Rodolfo Pizarro netted in the first half for Chivas, before Gignac salvaged the late draw for Tigres with a brace.

1. Gignac turns on late magic

For 84 minutes, veteran Chivas center-back...