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Chivas picking up momentum

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Marco Fabian's heroics for Guadalajara highlight Liga MX's Best XI

Chivas Guadalajara's Marco Fabian scored the game-winner against Cruz Azul and has two goals and one assist in four Liga MX appearances this season.

Liga MX action is heating up as the top teams jostle for position in the table, with Tijuana winning out to become the new top dog this week.

This week's Best XI highlights players who made decisive moves on the pitch that helped their teams move up the table. Whether it was a young starlet or a grizzled, experienced veteran, the players who stood out this past week are the ones that led their teams to positive results.

Marco Fabian: Forward, Chivas -- Fabian disappointed in his earlier tenure with...

Chivas pick up momentum with win at Cruz Azul

Chivas celebrate their 83rd-minute winner over Cruz Azul on Saturday.

It's tough being a Chivas fan.

Watching matches from the Guadalajara club during the past few years has felt more like a chore than an enjoyable experience. I feel compelled to root for the team that I have supported all my life, but it's difficult to find the energy or motivation to do it when relegation has been a constant threat. With the squad constantly under-performing week after week, I have even become a little ambivalent toward matches.

I missed the first 16 minutes of Cruz Azul vs....

 By Tom Marshall

Halftime revival shows Chivas Guadalajara are best going forward

Down at halftime, Chivas' two late goals came as welcome relief for the relegation-threatened side.

Perhaps someone at halftime on Saturday let the Chivas Guadalajara team know that it is now the Year of the Goat in certain parts of the world, and that their time had come.

It's an unlikely theory to explain Chivas coming back from 1-0 at the break to defeat former Liga MX leader Cruz Azul 2-1, but one that would at least highlight the almost magical and ethereal elements of the victory in round seven of matches in the Clausura 2015.

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At halftime, the "Goats" were exactly where La Maquina wanted...

 By Tom Marshall

Struggling Chivas to get painful reminder of past glories vs. Cruz Azul

Cruz Azul's 'Maza' Rodriguez, right, will clash with his former club on Saturday.

No Chivas fan of a certain age could forget Francisco "Maza" Rodriguez's looping header in the Apertura 2006 final second leg in the Estadio Nemesio Diez.

The goal equalized the aggregate score against Toluca, laying the foundation for Adolfo "Bofo" Bautista's heroics to win Chivas' 11th title and spark celebrations that lasted not just into the December night, but for days.

Back then, the future was bright for Chivas. Club owner Jorge Vergara had come good on his promise to bring a title to the...

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Guadalajara closer to relegation zone after draw with Veracruz

Chivas manager Jose Manuel de la Torre has his hands full keeping the club from relegation this season.

GUADALAJARA, Mexico -- Chivas dropped important points in the Liga MX on Sunday, drawing 0-0 in the Estadio Omnilife against Veracruz. Here are three takes from the match that saw Chivas slip deeper into the relegation zone.

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1. Relegation position has deteriorated

Chivas improved in the second half on Sunday and by the end of the game looked by far the most likely team to win the three points. Giovani Hernandez can consider himself unlucky to have a goal chalked off three minutes after halftime...

 By Tom Marshall

Chivas need vital points against Veracruz on Sunday

David Toledo and Chivas face a Veracruz side that could have a major impact on Guadalajara's relegation standing.

GUADALAJARA, Mexico -- The message from Chivas head coach Jose Manuel "Chepo" de la Torre ahead of Sunday's relegation six-pointer against Veracruz in Estadio Omnilife was clear: He is not for changing his team's playing style. However much the frankly dour play of late goes against the very fabric of a club built on the idea of playing attacking, exciting soccer, De la Torre's team will be set up on Sunday to not concede as its primary objective.

"Look, maintaining a zero already means a point...