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Table - Mexican Liga MX
6 Queretaro 26
7 Pachuca 25
8 Santos 25
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Ten-man Queretaro suffer as Pachuca take advantage into second leg

Ronaldinho reacts as Queretaro went down in the first leg.

Even missing two young stars, Pachuca managed to impose their will on the opening leg of the Liga MX semifinal series with Queretaro, scoring twice in Hidalgo to take that aggregate advantage into the deciding match on Sunday, May 24.

Queretaro and their big star, Ronaldinho, were stifled not only by the opposing goals, but also by a red card that caused coach Victor Manuel Vucetich to pull the Brazilian star in favor of a more conditioned player. The change was aimed to combat the advantage held...

Marchesin's goalkeeping magic leading Santos in Liguilla

Brazilian star Ronaldinho launches a counterattack with this extraordinary piece of skill in Queretaro's 2-2 Liga MX Torneo Clausura quarterfinal against Veracruz.

With the top four seeds now gone from the postseason, the race for the 2015 Clausura title is now truly up for grabs for the four remaining clubs in the competition.

Without a few key players, it will be interesting to see how Pachuca or Queretaro will adjust when Los Tuzos host Los Gallos Blancos during the first leg at the Estadio Hidalgo on Thursday.

Later on that night in Torreon, a confident Santos Laguna will host a Chivas side that is fresh off a 4-1 thrashing of Atlas on Sunday. Considering...

 By Tom Marshall

Liga MX Clausura 2015 semifinals truly up for grabs

There was samba dancing in the heart of Mexico after Ronaldinho collected a late brace in Queretaro's shock 4-0 win at the Azteca.
Can Ronaldinho and Queretaro dance their way to the Clausura final?

A quick gander over the four Clausura 2015 semifinalists leaves you scratching your head as to how or why such a mixed group made it this far.

Already out of the reckoning is favorite and reigning champion Club America, last season's runner-up Tigres, the stacked Cruz Azul, a strong Monterrey, usual Liguilla suspects Toluca and the ever-improving Atlas.

In their place in the final four is Santos Laguna, a team in transition; Chivas, a side whose priority was avoiding relegation; Queretaro, who is...

Plucky Pachuca sends Club America crashing out of the Liga MX Liguilla

Defending Liga MX champions Club America have been eliminated from the playoffs by Pachuca.

With a 4-3 loss, the defending champions are out of the Clausura Liguilla 2015 in the first round. All Club America needed to do after the first leg ended 3-2 in favour of Pachuca was score a goal.

The Aguilas squad scored three, but they ultimately lost, of course, because the team gave up four goals to a youthfully persistent Pachuca. The Tuzos, backstopped by the seemingly ageless Oscar Perez and featuring a number of impressive young players, move on with a chance to claim a sixth title for...

Liga MX favorites Tigres and Club America on upset alert in Liguilla

Dario Benedetto and Club America will need to score a few more goals to overcome Pachuca in the second leg.

The Clausura Liguilla kicked off with two wins and two draws for the lower seeds, who hosted the first legs of the quarterfinals.

Every squad still has a fighting chance, and some favorites are in danger of upset. Now each have just 90 more minutes to make a case for themselves for a spot at the semifinals of the Liguilla.

Here are five things to watch for this weekend.

1. America pushing for another comeback at the Azteca

Pachuca might have the 3-2 win in hand against America, but Las Aguilas will...