It was a weekend of firsts in Round 6 of matches in the Apertura 2014, with Club America losing its first points, Atlas being defeated for the first time, and Leones Negros picking up their first win since winning promotion to the Liga MX.
Elsewhere, Morelia remains the only team without a win after getting thrashed 5-1 against Tigres on Friday, while Chivas' goalless streak is now at 274 minutes following the Guadalajara team's 0-0 draw against Veracruz.
But the biggest take so far from the L...
The nitty-gritty of the Liga MX season grinds on and while a club like Leon may make another incredible run at playoff time, players are emerging to make sure their teams are the ones at or near the top of the standings.
It's hard to remember that only last season, Cruz Azul was there, but the Cementeros' top players may now be past their sell-by date.
Others, however, like Colombian Dorlan Pabon, are just hitting their prime. Here are the week's Best XI in Liga MX.
Dorlan Pabon, Monterrey - It...
While one of Mexico's big four -- Club America -- continues to dominate the Liga MX with five wins from five games in the Apertura 2014, the other three are slipping.
Pumas' 2-1 loss last Thursday led to Guillermo Vazquez replacing Jose Luis Trejo as manager, while Chivas lost 1-0 to Santos Laguna on Sunday and Cruz Azul fell 3-1 to Monterrey on Saturday.
Elsewhere, Toluca found some form in comprehensively defeating Pachuca 3-0, while Atlas continued its playoff drive with a 1-0 home win agains...
A hat trick from Raul Jimenez helped America to a comfortable 4-0 win against Puebla last Saturday to keep Las Aguilas on the top of the Liga MX Power Rankings as the only team with three wins from three games in the nascent Apertura 2014.
Atlas, Queretaro, Toluca and Leon were the big upward movers after impressive wins, while Morelia, Pumas and Puebla gave some serious cause for concern.