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2017/2018 Season

10 Atlas 4 2 4 14
11 Santos 2 7 1 13
12 Chiapas 4 1 5 13
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 By Nayib Moran

Meet Nestor Araujo, Mexico's unsung defensive stalwart dreaming of Europe

FC's Herculez Gomez and Sebastian Salazar highlight Mexico's new swagger and stability after its win over Costa Rica.
'Chicharito' Hernandez equaled Jared Borgetti's goal record, but where does he stack up among the Mexico greats?

Nestor Araujo has scored two goals for Santos Laguna so far in the 2017 Clausura, but before Friday night, he hadn't struck for the Mexico national team since the 2011 Copa America. Fast-forward to Friday, though, and his towering and hefty figure allowed him to connect a darting header that Costa Rica goalkeeper Keylor Navas simply couldn't stop to put El Tri up 2-0.

Just like his goal in the 2-0 victory over Costa Rica, Araujo's rise in the Juan Carlos Osorio era has been equally as surprising....

 By Tom Marshall

Liga MX as unpredictable as ever at midway point; Americans flying high

Herculez Gomez praises Oribe Peralta's ability to thrive under pressure in Club America's win over rival Cruz Azul.

We're on the brink of the midway point of the Liga MX 2017 Clausura regular season and it's time to make some conclusions about what we've seen so far.

Liga MX as unpredictable as ever

Chivas cruising 2-0 up at half-time against relegation-threatened Chiapas and then crashing to a 4-3 loss last Sunday has, in many ways, summed up the whole Clausura to date. It's been almost entirely unpredictable.

The league table right now looks a little like somebody has picked balls out of a pot and slotted them...

 By Tom Marshall

Mexico's Ronaldo in prime form ahead of U.S. clash in U20 Championship

Ronaldo Cisneros has been the star of the CONCACAF U20 Championship so far, notching five goals in three group games.

When the Cisneros family was set to name their newborn son in early 1997, they decided to induce fate. The name the father came up with was none other than Ronaldo, inspired by the Brazil international striking phenomenon.

Fast-forward a little over 20 years later and the gamble has paid off. It turns out that Ronaldo Cisneros is pretty good. In fact, he is one of Mexico's best young talents, and the No. 9 will be leading the attack for El Tri's under-20s against the archrival United States...

Brazil court requests Pele's son's arrest for trafficking


A Brazil court is seeking the arrest of Pele's son.

A Brazilian court has requested the arrest of Pele's son, Edson Cholbi do Nascimento, for association to drug trafficking and money laundering. 

Edinho, as the son of the former footballer is known, has yet to be arrested after Friday's ruling.

The Sao Paulo state court decided that Edinho's previous sentence of 33 years in jail should be reduced to 12 years.

Edinho played for years as a goalkeeper at Santos, his father's former club. He retired in 1999.

The former goalkeeper was sentenced...

Neymar loses appeal, will stand trial on corruption charges for Barcelona move

From a curling free-kick against Celtic to a picture-perfect finish in the 2015 final, relive Neymar's top five UCL goals.
Now just 27 Brazil goals off of Pele's 77, Gabriele Marcotti and Alison Bender discuss how Neymar can still improve.
A late PK for Barca saw them grab three points at the death thanks to a brace from Lionel Messi after a lacklustre showing.

Neymar has lost his final appeal and will stand trial on corruption charges related to his transfer to Barcelona four years ago.

Barcelona, Brazilian club Santos and the company run by Neymar's parents also lost their appeals and will stand trial after a complaint brought by Brazilian investment group DIS.

The group says it was entitled to 40 percent of the transfer fee Barcelona paid Santos for Neymar but received a smaller compensation because part of the fee was concealed by those involved.