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FC Dallas, Pumas both earn runaway wins to advance in CCL

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Suchitepequez Rene Maltes, right, vies for the ball with Mauro Rosales of FC Dallas.

FC Dallas thrashed Suchitepequez 5-2 in its final CONCACAF Champions League group stage match to advance to the knockout rounds of the region's top continental club championship.

Needing a win, the hosts started perfectly as a Tesho Akindele own goal had Suchitepequez leading 1-0 after five minutes. Wilson Morales scored at the 22-minute mark to double the lead.

However, it was all Dallas after that, as goals from Carlos Gruezo, Matt Hedges, Atiba Harris, Carlos Liazarazo and...

 By Tom Marshall

Ten key Apertura questions answered: Monterrey's poor form and lively Leon

One Nacion's Tom Marshall and Ernaldo Moritz break down Atlas' 3-1 victory over Monterrey.

With 11 rounds of matches gone in the Apertura regular season, the Liga MX table is shaping up. Storylines abound surrounding the playoff race, and the league standings tells you roughly how each side is doing as of now.

What they fail to give you is the complete picture, getting under the skin of what has gone on in the Mexican league so far this season. In an effort to dig a little deeper, here's a look at 10 key questions from the Liga MX Apertura using ESPN's TruMedia statistics to provide the...

 By Nayib Moran

Ricardo La Volpe era at America starts on right foot with win over Pumas

Club America celebrate going 2-0 up inside five minutes against Pumas.

MEXICO CITY -- Ricardo Antonio La Volpe is well aware that landing Club America's coaching job after Ignacio "Nacho" Ambriz's dismissal was like winning the lottery. Ten years since stepping down as Mexico national team manager, La Volpe's career has been one on the decline, with no silverware to show off, while students of his coaching style, such as Tijuana's current head coach Miguel "Piojo" Herrera, have been on the rise.

Two days after being officially presented as America's new coach, La Volpe...

 By Tom Marshall

Ricardo La Volpe returns to Club America, Chivas need a reset

Ricardo La Volpe makes his Liga MX return as Club America face Pumas in the Mexico City derby.

With round 11 of matches in the Liga MX 2016 Apertura coming up, ESPN FC's Tom Marshall checks in on the storylines to watch this weekend.

La Volpe returns to Club America ahead of Pumas derby

Exit Ignacio "Nacho" Ambriz and enter Ricardo La Volpe. The wily, experienced Argentine is back in the Mexican game and despite not having a great record in his 10 years since managing El Tri in the 2006 World Cup, he has landed arguably the most prestigious club job in the Mexican game at America.