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MEXICAN LIGA MX

2016/2017 Season

POS TEAM W D L PTS
13 Cruz Azul 2 6 3 12
14 Queretaro 3 3 5 12
15 León 3 3 5 12
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ESPN FC  By ESPN staff

Ronaldinho to play Dec. 3 friendly for Mexico third-tier club Cinco Estrellas

The guys answer your tweets about Landon Donovan, Ronaldinho and Manchester United.

Brazil great Ronaldinho, who is not currently signed with a club, will play a Dec. 3 friendly for Mexican league third-division club Cinco Estrellas.

The 36-year-old has been without a club since he left Fluminense last September and was reported to be considering offers from both Major League Soccer and the Chinese Super League.

Despite a one-year hiatus from the game, Ronaldinho told reporters earlier this month that he still feels he has one more club in him before retirement.

"The idea is to...

 By Nayib Moran

Cruz Azul vs. America headlines Week 8 in Liga MX Apertura

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Cruz Azul celebrate a late equalizer against Club America in February's installment of the Clasico Joven.

After falling 3-0 to Chivas in the Clasico Nacional, Club America visits Cruz Azul in the latest edition of the Clasico Joven. The eighth round of matches also includes potential debuts for newcomers Andy Delort, Alan Pulido and Erick "Cubo" Torres. Here's what to watch for:

Clasico Joven takes over Mexico City

There are differences in temperament between America boss Ignacio Ambriz and Cruz Azul manager Tomas Boy. Ambriz likes to work behind the scenes, while Boy enjoys having the cameras on him....

 By Tom Marshall

Pumas, Tigres, Queretaro try to stay unbeaten in Apertura

ESPN FC's Tom Marshall previews the upcoming Liga MX campaign and discusses the new 10/8 rule.
Andre-Pierre Gignac is once again on fire for Tigres, who have yet to lose a match this Apertura.

The defeat of Mexico's Olympic side has stolen the headlines this week in the Mexican game, but attention is now back on the Liga MX and the fifth round of the Apertura 2016 regular season this weekend.

Gignac, Tigres unbeaten run

There are three teams in Liga MX looking to make it five games without defeat. Tigres, Queretaro and Pumas all go into their round five matches with zeroes in the loss column. The common thread is the cautious and balanced approach each has employed so far this Apertura,...

ESPN FC  By ESPN staff

Liga MX Talking Points: Which team has been the biggest surprise so far?

ESPN FC's Ernaldo Moritz and Tom Marshall discuss the importance of Chivas' crucial win over Monterrey.

Last week, we asked our Liga MX bloggers Tom Marshall, Nayib Moran and Cesar Hernandez what they believe to be Chivas' biggest problem. Ahead of Week 5 Apertura action, we find out which team has been the biggest surprise of the season so far.

Cruz Azul

Four weeks into the 2016 Apertura and Cruz Azul's directors have already felt the need to give head coach Tomas Boy the dreaded vote of confidence. It comes off the back of a winless start to the season in which the team has earned...

 By Nayib Moran

Pachuca remains top of Power Rankings as Queretaro climbs

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John Medina, left, and his Pachuca side continued their winning ways vs. Necaxa with a 1-0 victory at the weekend.

After a week that saw America and Chivas suffer big losses, Andre-Pierre Gignac score his first 2016 Apertura goal, and Raul Ruidiaz complete an impressive hat-trick, Liga MX's defending champion Pachuca continues its winning streak. Here are the Power Rankings for Week 3:

1. PACHUCA (no change):
With Colombian center-back Oscar Murillo back in the starting XI, Pachuca beat Necaxa 1-0. John Stefan Medina scored his third goal in the Apertura, and Los Tuzos are the only team to tally three consecutive...