With just two days left before the start of the Liga MX Apertura 2016, here are our Liga MX Power Rankings entering the new campaign.
1. MONTERREY: The 2010 Apertura was the the last time Monterrey lifted the Liga MX title. Since then, Los Rayados have gone on to become one of the most advanced clubs in Mexico -- opening the impeccable Estadio BBVA Bancomer in August 2015 and consistently bringing in top talent. Edwin Cardona, Dorlan Pabon and Carlos Sanchez are still around, securing La...
After the excitement of the Clausura 2016, which saw Pachuca lift its sixth league title, the Apertura 2016 is upon us. Club America and Atlas will celebrate their centennials this season, and Monterrey and Tigres will hope to transform the city of Monterrey into Liga MX's center of attention. Here's a quick look at what to expect in the Apertura.
CLUB AMERICA: After failing to advance in two consecutive semifinals, Ignacio "Nacho" Ambriz will enter his second season as America head coach...
LOS ANGELES -- Chivas will represent the Liga MX in next season's Copa Libertadores after defeating Veracruz 2-0 in the Supercopa MX on Sunday at StubHub Center, while Tigres defeated Pachuca 1-0 in the Campeon de Campeones tie in front of 27,167 fans at the same venue.
The double-header was a curtain-raiser for the Liga MX Apertura 2016, which starts next weekend.
Here's a look at how each performed and what lies ahead:
Chivas can mount a title challenge
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...