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50-50: Monterrey, Pachuca set for final

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Tigres coach Ricardo Ferretti enraged after Ferrari gets hit

Ricardo Ferretti angry
Saturday night was a rough night for Tigres coach Ricardo Ferretti.

Having your car damaged by another car happens to nearly all of us at one point during our lives, and for Ricardo Ferretti it came on Saturday night in Monterrey.

The Tigres head coach was none too pleased when his Ferrari was hit by another car, causing damage to the hood. It was at that moment that Mount Ferretti erupted, as the 62-year-old coach proceeded to go on a rant that included some rather colorful language.

 By Nayib Moran

Pachuca, Leon and Tigres excel at Liga MX draft while Toluca falter

Silvio Romero
Silvio Romero's move from Chiapas to America was one of the surprises of the Liga MX draft.

In Mexico, it's known as the draft, but it's incomparable to the types of drafts that are organized by the NBA, NFL, MLS or MLB. In one day, Liga MX club presidents, directors, managers, players out of contract and several promoters gather in one of Cancun's most exclusive hotels to prepare for the 2016 Apertura and 2017 Clausura. Players are moved from one club to another, sometimes even if the player doesn't want to move.

Ahead of the new season, Liga MX president Enrique Bonilla announced...

 By Chris Wright

Mexican commentator unleashes longest ever 'GOOOOOOOOL!' in final

ESPN FC's Leon Lecanda recaps Pachuca's emphatic injury-time goal by Victor Guzman to seal the Liga MX Clausura title.

Mexican side Pachuca left it to the last possible moment to clinch the Liga MX title over the weekend, with a winning goal scored in extra time against Monterrey duly securing the 2016 Clausura trophy.

However, Victor Guzman's 93rd-minute winner was also notable for the fact that it was swiftly followed by what surely must be the longest post-goal celebratory bellow ever recorded as the Univision commentator went into meltdown.

Over 14 seconds of pure, unabashed lung power.

Whoever he is, the man's...

 By Tom Marshall

2016 Liga MX Clausura review: The good, the bad and the ugly

ESPN FC's Leon Lecanda recaps Pachuca's emphatic injury-time goal by Victor Guzman to seal the Liga MX Clausura title.

Another Liga MX season is in the books, with Pachuca taking the Clausura trophy on Sunday evening against a despondent Monterrey to lift its sixth Mexican first-division title.

Here are some of the main talking points from the 2016 Clausura.

The Good

Pachuca won the title, but both the Tuzos and runners-up Monterrey deserve credit for excellent seasons.

Monterrey dominated the regular season in a way that few teams do in Mexico, earning 37 points over their 17 matches. There were some nervous...

 By Nayib Moran

Guzman, Perez star as Pachuca down Monterrey to win Liga MX title

ESPN FC's Leon Lecanda recaps Pachuca's emphatic injury-time goal by Victor Guzman to seal the Liga MX Clausura title.

It was an unexpected ending that left more than 50,000 Monterrey fans in shock, drenched in tears.

On Sunday night, in the 93rd minute, Victor Guzman scored the goal that handed 10-man Pachuca a 1-1 draw at Monterrey's Estadio BBVA Bancomer, and their sixth Liga MX title.

Before that strike, the game was a one-sided performance, with Monterrey creating all the scoring chances and making Pachuca's 43-year-old goalkeeper, Oscar "Conejo" Perez, turn in a performance that will be remember for many years.

Here...

Jonathan Orozco must be perfect to give Monterrey a chance vs. Pachuca

Jonathan Orozco
Monterrey will need Jonathan Orozco to be at his best to stand any chance of winning the Clausura.

After Pachuca's 1-0 win in Thursday's first leg of the Liga MX final, Monterrey now has an uphill climb in Sunday's second leg. Although Los Rayados now have a deficit to overcome, there's still every chance that manager Antonio Mohamed can lead his team to a title at home on Sunday. Here are three things Monterrey must do in order to make that happen:

1. Shut down Jara and Lozano

Franco Jara and Hirving Lozano are the two most dangerous components of Pachuca's attack. Combining for a total of...