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Liga MX season reviews in brief

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W2W4: Chivas needs a win vs. Puebla

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2018/2019 Season

POS TEAM W D L PTS
5 Monterrey 3 3 1 12
6 Puebla 4 0 3 12
7 Pachuca 3 1 3 10
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Liga MX average player age is trending up

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Liga MX season-in-a-sentence reviews for every team

Tigres celebrate their 2017 Apertura title win over Monterrey.
It was another great season for Tigres, who have won the Apertura three seasons in a row.

Thanks to a competition format that schedules two tournaments per year, Liga MX seasons can at times feel like a whirlwind. With two playoff runs and two ensuing champions in less than 12 months, the scheduling might seem chaotic, but it's what truly makes the Mexican first division so thrilling to follow.

In the spirit of that brevity, we've decided to provide a one-sentence season review for each Liga MX team. If you didn't get a chance to keep up with the rapid pace of the league, here's what...

 By Tom Marshall

Club America fights back to defeat plucky Chivas in Clasico Nacional

Oribe Peralta's goal in the 71st minute got America's comeback started against Chivas.

The Clasico Nacional between Club America and Chivas dominated the midweek Liga MX matches, which had been postponed from last month due to the Sept. 19 earthquake in Mexico. Here are five takes from the games:

1. America takes the Clasico Nacional

Ultra-competitive Miguel Herrera has once again molded a team with his fighting spirit. This Clasico Nacional against Chivas looked lost for Club America. Chivas were on top in almost every department and America seemed to be losing patience...

Chivas needs a win vs. Puebla; America visits Lobos seeking another win

Herculez Gomez explains why Paco Jemez's latest antics are not helping relegation-threatened Cruz Azul in Liga MX.

It's the fifth week of action in Mexico's Torneo Apertura. Our writers look at some of the key storylines to follow this weekend.

Chivas looks to bounce back vs. Puebla

It might not jump out as the game of the weekend, but Saturday's home match for reigning champion Chivas comes after a difficult week, with the 4-1 loss to Monterrey last weekend having put into sharp focus the club's problems so far this season.

The game against Puebla could be the kick start and boost of confidence needed...

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

The Liga MX Clausura regular season has come to a close, and what better way to round up the action as we head into the Liguilla than with our awards? ESPN FC asked our experts Tom Marshall, Nayib Moran, Cesar Hernandez and Eric Gomez for their picks for best player, biggest flop and more:

Best player

Santos' Osvaldo Martinez (left) or Xolos' Aviles Hurtado (right)? Who was the best player during the regular season?

Aviles Hurtado, FW, Club Tijuana

No player has made a greater contribution to his team's success this regular season, with Hurtado notching up eight goals and four assists. The forward is the very...

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Fierro pounces on Campestrini's howler to steal Chivas win

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GUADALAJARA -- Chivas defeated Puebla 3-2 in the Liga MX Clausura on Saturday, but the game will be remembered for one thing: Carlos Fierro's winning goal.

Chivas had gone in 2-0 down at halftime in Estadio Chivas, but managed to come back to 2-2 and were chasing the three points, when Fierro struck in bizarre fashion.

In the 93rd minute and with the time almost up, Puebla keeper Cristian Campestrini attempted to wind down the seconds by rolling the ball onto the floor in his own penalty area....