MEXICO CITY -- After Ricardo "Tuca" Ferretti achieved his 400th win as head coach when Tigres beat Club America, and after Dorados picked up its first win since Nov. 2015, Week 8 of the Liga MX's 2016 Clausura has come to a close.
Even though Rayados lost 4-0 against Cruz Azul, Antonio Mohamed's men remain in first place, while Chivas and Veracruz continue to be the only clubs without wins in the current season.
Here are 10 storylines of Liga MX's Week 8:
1. Club America suffers second 4-1 loss...
Club America drew 1-1 against Veracruz at the Estadio Luis "Pirata" Fuente. The draw against Los Tiburones Rojos is America's second of the 2016 Clausura. After the match, manager Ignacio "Nacho" Ambriz lamented the fact that his team couldn't continue its winning streak.
Veracruz played the final 25 minutes down a man after midfielder Gabriel Penalba was sent off. Here are five conclusions from Friday's draw:
1. Sambueza's stellar numbers
Last season, Rubens Sambueza finished with seven...
Veracruz owner Fidel Kuri has been suspended for one year from all football-related activities after an outburst directed at Edgardo Codesal, the technical director of the Mexican Football Federation's (FMF) refereeing commission, during last Friday's Liga MX match against Leon.
Kuri's temper boiled over when a late red card was shown to Veracruz's Daniel Villalva. TV footage from the VIP section of the stadium showed Kuri shouting in Codesal's face and a scuffle ensued as the latter tried to...
If anyone needed a reminder of the parity of Liga MX teams, the first two rounds of matches of the Clausura have provided it.
Leon and Monterrey are the early leaders in the Liga MX Clausura 2016 after two rounds of matches and the only teams with two victories, while Dorados de Sinaloa and Queretaro are the only teams without a point.
Here are five of the main talking points from an entertaining weekend:
1. Veracruz owner embarrasses himself
Leon defeated Veracruz 3-1 on Friday evening in a breathless...