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MEXICAN LIGA MX

2016/2017 Season

POS TEAM W D L PTS
1 Monterrey 4 0 1 12
2 Pachuca 3 2 0 11
3 U.A.N.L 3 1 1 10
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Herrera era off to a low-key start

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Pachuca's surprising title run

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Marchesin leading Santos in Liguilla

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 By Tom Marshall

William Yarbrough and Leon lose out to Omar Gonzalez's Pachuca

William Yarbrough couldn't stop Club Leon going down to a 3-1 defeat to Liga MX champions Tigres on Saturday.

William Yarbrough's Club Leon was replaced by Omar Gonzalez's Pachuca at the top of the Liga MX Clausura 2016 table after the fourth round of matches this weekend.

Goalkeeper Yarbrough retained his starting place for Juan Antonio Pizzi's final game in charge of La Fiera on Saturday, but couldn't stop his team from falling 3-1 away to reigning Liga MX champion Tigres.

The Mexico-born U.S. international slipped slightly to allow Andre-Pierre Gignac an easy finish for Tigres' opener, although he did...

 By Nayib Moran

Omar Gonzalez with no MLS regrets after move to Pachuca

Club America were beat by a score of 4-1 by Pachuca in front of their home fans in the Liga MX.

MEXICO CITY, Mexico -- After renovating its defense during the offseason, Pachuca is one of Liga MX's best teams at the start of the 2016 Clausura. The club brought in Colombian defenders Oscar Murillo and Stefan Medina, 26-year-old Mexican left-back Emmanuel "Manny" Garcia, and most notably to those across the CONCACAF region, former Los Angeles Galaxy center-back, Omar Gonzalez.

After three matches, it is apparent that Gonzalez's arrival has strengthened Pachuca's defense, and in a conversation...

 By Nayib Moran

Diego Alonso's Pachuca hands Club America yet another home loss

Club America were beat by a score of 4-1 by Pachuca in front of their home fans in the Liga MX.

MEXICO CITY, Mexico -- Club America suffered its first home defeat of 2016 after falling 4-1 to Pachuca on Saturday afternoon.

Once again America is in a confused state, with head coach Ignacio "Nacho" Ambriz and the players' performances being openly questioned by fans.

In the Ambriz era, America has achieved only four home wins -- none of them in 2016 -- and the fans are losing patience.

Here are three thoughts from the Estadio Azteca:

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1. Club America is short of ideas

America's week of peace...