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MEXICAN LIGA MX

2018/2019 Season

POS TEAM W D L PTS
3 Cruz Azul 1 1 0 4
4 Monterrey 1 1 0 4
5 América 1 1 0 4
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 By Nayib Moran

Liga MX Power Rankings: Leon surges to No. 1, America slips to No. 2

Take a statistical look at Landon Donovan's career as he announces he'll come out of retirement to join Liga MX side Leon.
As Landon Donovan comes out of retirement again to this time join Leon, relive his top five goals in Major League Soccer.

Pumas and Leon's great starts to the Clausura are great for the spectacle in Liga MX, but there's more than one team still searching for its best form. Many clubs are still integrating new faces to their rosters, which means that the best part of the league won't start until somewhere around Week 7. Among the new faces, of course, is Landon Donovan.

Here are Week 2's Power Rankings:

1. LEON (+5)
Leon has started the season on a positive note, beating Toluca 3-1 this weekend. Manager Gustavo...

 By Tom Marshall

Expect more switches like Jonathan Gonzalez - FMF's Dennis te Kloese

ESPN FC's Herculez Gomez gives his take on where the U.S. fell short with Jonathan Gonzalez, leading him to choose to play for Mexico.
Highly coveted American teenager Jonathan Gonzalez will file a one-time switch to play for Mexico after rising to stardom with Monterrey in Liga MX.

Jonathan Gonzalez's switch from the United States national team to Mexico won't be the last between the two countries, according to the Mexican federation (FMF) director of national teams Dennis te Kloese.

Te Kloese has overseen the structuring of Mexico's youth national team program and was instrumental in negotiating former U.S. youth international Gonzalez's move to El Tri.

But he doesn't necessarily see the 18-year-old's decision as one that will necessarily alter the course of the fight for...

 By Tom Marshall

FIFA confirm receipt of Jonathan Gonzalez's switch from U.S. to Mexico

ESPN FC's Herculez Gomez gives his take on where the U.S. fell short with Jonathan Gonzalez, leading him to choose to play for Mexico.
Highly coveted American teenager Jonathan Gonzalez will file a one-time switch to play for Mexico after rising to stardom with Monterrey in Liga MX.

Jonathan Gonzalez has filed his one-time switch to move from the United States to Mexico, a FIFA spokesperson confirmed to ESPN FC on Wednesday.

Sources have told ESPN FC that the Mexico federation (FMF) is hopeful Gonzalez's change of nationality will be successfully completed within 10 days. Earlier this week, the former U.S. youth national team midfielder acknowledged reports that he was set to switch allegiances to Mexico and El Tri hope paperwork will be completed in time to make him available...

 By Tom Marshall

Efrain Juarez: Vancouver Whitecaps made me feel like Coutinho

Efrain Juarez can play at right-back or in a holding midfield role.

Former Mexico international Efrain Juarez confirmed on Tuesday that he is set to move from Liga MX side Monterrey to MLS outfit Vancouver Whitecaps.

The 29-year-old right-back and 2010 World Cup veteran indicated that the negotiations between the clubs were close to completion and that the Whitecaps had made him feel as wanted as Philippe Coutinho in Barcelona.

"I spoke to the coach [Carl Robinson] and told him that I honestly felt like Coutinho, as if I'd signed for Barcelona or Real Madrid," said...