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W2W4: Apertura opening weekend

Liga MX

Hernandez: 10 key Liga MX moves

Liga MX
 By Tom Marshall

Ricardo La Volpe returns to Club America, Chivas need a reset

One Nacion's Tom Marshall and Cristina Alexander recap Tigres' narrow 1-0 win over Chivas.
Ricardo La Volpe makes his Liga MX return as Club America face Pumas in the Mexico City derby.

With round 11 of matches in the Liga MX 2016 Apertura coming up, ESPN FC's Tom Marshall checks in on the storylines to watch this weekend.

La Volpe returns to Club America ahead of Pumas derby

Exit Ignacio "Nacho" Ambriz and enter Ricardo La Volpe. The wily, experienced Argentine is back in the Mexican game and despite not having a great record in his 10 years since managing El Tri in the 2006 World Cup, he has landed arguably the most prestigious club job in the Mexican game at America.


 By Tom Marshall

Pulido, Chivas face leaders Tigres; Mohamed on the ropes at Monterrey

One Nacion's Katia Castorena breaks down the dramatic draw between Pachuca and Tijuana to extend Los Xolos' unbeaten streak to seven games.

There are midweek matches to look forward to in Liga MX, with Tigres hoping to extend their lead at the top of the table and Club Tijuana eager to take advantage if they slip up.

Here's what to keep an eye on during Week 10 of the 2016 Apertura:

Chivas' Pulido faces former club Tigres

As far as bitter breakups in player-club relationships go, there can't be many as ugly as Alan Pulido and Tigres. The striker argued that he was a free agent in the summer of 2014 after the World Cup, only to lose...

 By Tom Marshall

Chivas' search for a Matias Almeyda anniversary present highlights Week 9

One Nacion's Cristina Alexander breaks down Alan Pulido's dream debut as Chivas cruised to a 2-0 victory over Chiapas.

The Liga MX's Apertura 2016 moves over the halfway point in round nine of matches over Mexican independence weekend.

Here's what to look out for as the race to reach the playoffs starts to heat up:

Chivas looking for statement after one year of Matias Almeyda

Chivas coach Matias Almeyda came in on Sept. 15, 2015 and wasted no time in stating that his mission was to "awaken the giant," which was actually in relegation trouble at that point.

Fast forward a year and Chivas go into Saturday's match...

ESPN FC  By ESPN staff

ESPN FC's Liga MX Midseason Awards: Best player, signing, biggest flop, more

One Nacion's Katia Castorena and Leon Lecanda recap Club America's thrilling comeback victory over rivals Cruz Azul.

We began the 2016 Apertura worried. Where's the wild Liga MX we know and love? No sooner had we started to ask questions about dull goalless draws and crisis at Chivas than the league decided to explode en route to a whopping 40 goals in Week 6. Okay, we're back.

Manuel "Chepo" de la Torre took over at Santos Laguna after Luis Zubeldia and the club parted ways, Carlos Salcedo became the latest Mexican player to leave for Europe following a 2-2 Clasico Tapatio against Atlas, and Chivas...

ESPN FC  By ESPN staff

Liga MX Talking Points: Which team had the best overall transfer window?

Alan Pulido was a Tigres player from 2010 to 2014 before moving to Greece. Now, he's back in Mexico with Chivas.

Before the close of the transfer window and ensuing international break, our Liga MX bloggers Tom Marshall, Nayib Moran and Cesar Hernandez debated the most important rivalry in Mexican football. With some big moves left until late, they now take a look at which Liga MX club had the best overall transfer window. 

Which Liga MX team had the best overall transfer window?


Tigres have added to an already strong squad and Cruz Azul -- even if results haven't gone its way -- is improved from last season, but it's Chivas that have propelled themselves...

 By Nayib Moran

Chivas, Xolos jump in Power Rankings but undefeated Tigres remain top

One Nacion's Katia Castorena breaks down Chivas' 3-0 win over Club America in Mexico's Clasico Nacional.

After seven weeks of Liga MX Apertura action, Morelia boasts the league's best attack with 15 goals. But its undefeated Tigres in the top spot with the best defense.

1. TIGRES UANL (no change):
Ismael Sosa scored his fourth goal of the Apertura, but it wasn't enough to secure all three points against Veracruz, as Agustin Vuletich leveled the mark at one apiece at El Volcan. Ricardo "Tuca" Ferretti's side is the only remaining undefeated team in Liga MX.