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W2W4: Apertura opening weekend

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Hernandez: 10 key Liga MX moves

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 By Tom Marshall

Liga MX showcases crunch Mexico City derby as Pumas face Cruz Azul

Hernán Cristante debuts with a draw, taking on Toluca. Atlas playing with 10 men's at the 45 minute didn't manage to surpass the 1-1 result after leading the game.
Paco Palencia will try to make it two wins in two games when Pumas face off against Cruz Azul.

Ahead of Week 2 in the Liga MX Apertura, Tom Marshall takes a look at the storylines fans need to watch for.

Crunch derby in Mexico City

Less than seven kilometers (four miles) along Avenida de los Insurgentes separate UNAM's Ciudad Universitaria from Estadio Azul, and there won't be much separating the two sides on the pitch as two of Liga MX's strongest teams meet in the game of the weekend on Saturday.

Pumas looked solid in defeating Chivas 1-0 at home last Sunday in Paco Palencia's Liga MX debut...

 By Tom Marshall

Liga MX 10/8 rule has negative effect on Mexico national team

ESPN FC's Tom Marshall previews the upcoming Liga MX campaign and discusses the new 10/8 rule.

The Liga MX has been under almost constant fire since the 10/8 rule was announced in May, which limits the number of foreign-born players allowed in each matchday squad to 10 and reserves eight spots for Mexican nationals. In response, the league released a statement on Monday that was surely designed to at least partially calm the criticism.

"During the nine games in the opening round of the Apertura 2016 [this past weekend], the majority of clubs fielded players that were registered with the...

ESPN FC  By ESPN staff

Liga MX Talking Points: Which young Mexican star is ready for Europe?

Hernán Cristante debuts with a draw, taking on Toluca. Atlas playing with 10 men's at the 45 minute didn't manage to surpass the 1-1 result after leading the game.

With the European transfer window still open and rumours abound, the question on everyone's mind is which young Mexican star is ready to make a move to Europe? If not Hirving "Chucky" Lozano -- who could sign with Manchester United after the Olympics -- then who? ESPN FC asked Tom Marshall, Nayib Moran and Cesar Hernandez to weigh in after Week 1 of Apertura action.

ORBELIN PINEDA | MIDFIELDER | CHIVAS

It is a shame Chivas midfielder Orbelin Pineda won't be at the Olympics. The 20-year-old has...

Hirving Lozano stars while Carlos Pena, Cesar Montes and Javier Aquino falter

Hernán Cristante debuts with a draw, taking on Toluca. Atlas playing with 10 men's at the 45 minute didn't manage to surpass the 1-1 result after leading the game.

The Liga MX Apertura 2016 is now underway, which means soccer fans can once again watch their favorite Mexican players in action.

With Week 1 in the books, here are some of the best and worst performers.

Warming up

Hirving Lozano, FW, Pachuca

Why he's here: Lozano was the best player of Apertura Week 1. His presence was felt in a significant way on the weekend, as he struck twice and assisted another in a decisive 5-1 home win against Leon. "Chucky," 20, is well on his way to exceeding already...

Pressure builds for Monterrey as it looks to forget ghosts of Clausura final

Cruz Azul shared points with newly promoted Necaxa in their first Apertura game.

MONTERREY, Mexico -- Antonio Mohamed sat impatiently in front of the press. His almost ubiquitous smile was now replaced by a slight frown. The manager had been denied a third Liga MX title less than two months prior, when Victor Guzman's last-minute header gave Pachuca a sixth league championship before a stunned Monterrey home crowd.

Despite assertions all summer that he had turned the page, it was apparent that Mohamed wanted a win at home in his side's Apertura 2016 opener in order to refocus toward...

No excuse for uninspired Chivas in ugly Apertura 2016 opener loss to Pumas

Cruz Azul shared points with newly promoted Necaxa in their first Apertura game.

The only thing missing after Chivas' 1-0 defeat to Pumas? Club owner Jorge Vergara appearing to great fanfare once again to say: "we (Chivas) won even though we lost." Again

Pumas 1-0 Chivas. Two of Chivas' stars were the villains on the day: Jair Pereira and Carlos "Gullit" Pena. Pereira's miraculous shot -- an exquisite jump, sharp turn, and Cristiano Ronaldo-esque header -- put Pumas up 1-0. The only problem: Pereira had a Chivas shirt on. And as is seemingly always the case,misfortune...