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Table - Mexican Liga MX
7 Pachuca 25
8 Santos 25
9 Cruz Azul 25

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 By PA Sport

Javier Orozco scores four for Santos in rout of Queretaro in Liga MX finals

Javier Orozco's first-half hat-trick would be all Santos would need to secure a 5-0 win over Queretaro.

Javier Orozco scored four goals as Santos Laguna crushed Queretaro 5-0 in the first leg of the Clausura final.

Putting the game to bed at what is effectively half-time, the Mexico international scored in the fourth, 26th, 32nd and 62nd minutes, stunning the visitors.

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Four-nil was a tough enough scoreline for them to face and then Diego Gonzalez added a fifth with 10 minutes remaining.

Queretaro were entirely out of sorts in the match and even the appearance of Brazil legend Ronaldinho at halftime...

 By Tom Marshall

Santos overwhelm Queretaro to take commanding Clausura finals lead

Javier Orozco and Santos celebrate after one of the striker's four goals in the Liga MX Clausura finals first leg.

TORREON, Mexico -- "Torreon, city that overcomes," reads an advert inside the Estadio Corona and as the final whistle was blown in the Liga MX Clausura finals on Thursday, it didn't seem like an idle boast.

The northern Mexican city's team Santos Laguna had just thrashed Queretaro 5-0, meaning it would take a near-miracle in the second leg on Sunday for Los Guerreros to not to lift its fifth Liga MX championship in Queretaro. The ESPN SPI gives Santos a 99.4 percent chance of winning the title. ...

Calderon, Danilinho ones to watch in Liga MX final

ESPN FC's John Sutcliffe weighs in on whether Queretaro has a chance of winning their first Liga MX title with Ronaldinho.

After 17 weeks of Clausura futbol and two rounds of the Liguilla, Santos Laguna and Queretaro have emerged as the unlikely finalists for this season's Liga MX title.

Both clubs were near the bottom of the table at the halfway point of the Clausura, but have rocketed up the standings with outstanding results to end the tournament. With the absence of a truly dominant team in the league, Queretaro and Santos Laguna may be lucky to be at the finals, but are well-deserving of the opportunity to win...