After suffering two semifinal eliminations in the past two seasons, Club America will play a Liga MX final after defeating Necaxa 2-0 on Sunday.
America defeated Necaxa 2-0 and 3-1 on aggregate in Liga MX's Apertura Liguilla semifinal and will face Tigres in the final on Dec. 22 and 25.
Leon put up an impressive fight, but Tigres were still able to book their place in the Liga MX final with a 3-2 aggregate win.
Andre-Pierre Gignac was once again on the scoresheet as Tigres defeated Leon 2-1 on Saturday to book their place in the Liga MX Apertura 2016 final.
The second leg of the Liga MX final might land on Christmas Day. Unless, of course, Marcelo Barovero and Necaxa have anything to say about it.
Ricardo La Volpe and Club America inched ever closer to a historic centennial title for the club with a first-leg draw against a stout Necaxa side.