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 By Tom Marshall

Chivas were far from faultless in 2016, but they are back and hungry as ever

Matias Almeyda's Chivas were eliminated from the playoffs twice by Club America in 2016, but this was a positive year.

GUADALAJARA, Mexico -- Chivas coach Matias Almeyda shuffled uncomfortably in his seat and shrugged in despair. He had just been asked if the season should be categorized as a failure after witnessing his side crash out of the 2016 Apertura quarterfinals against Club America.

"That word, again?" said Almeyda, clearly agitated by the question. "That is a difficult and hard word."

Only the harshest analysis would judge this past year a failure from a Chivas perspective, even though some will suggest...

Five games that shaped Club America and Tigres' paths to the Liga MX final

Oribe Peralta (24) celebrates after scoring the winning goal for Club America.
Club America defeated Chivas and Necaxa to book its ticket to the Liga MX final against Tigres.

Club America and Tigres have had their share of highs and lows on their respective paths to the Liga MX Apertura final. Keeping their recent runs in the regular season in mind, let's take a look at five matches that have helped shape their trips to the championship.

Club America

America 3-1 Toluca, July 23

Las Aguilas hit the ground running with five goals in two victories to start the Apertura. America had a difficult time gaining a 2-0 win against Chiapas in the season opener, but the squad followed...

 By Tom Marshall

Liga MX final needs no hype, but series is being overshadowed by long delay

Tigres will host Club America on Dec. 25, due to the latter's participation in the FIFA Club World Cup this month.

The momentum, buildup and excitement around what should be a showcase Liga MX final between Tigres and Club America have just ground to a halt.

After an intense start to the playoffs threw up arguably the perfect final to the 2016 Apertura, we are now faced with the reality of a 19-day delay, as Club America heads to Japan to take part in the FIFA Club World Cup. Las Aguilas' travels mean that the Liga MX final will take place on Dec. 22 at Estadio Azteca and Dec. 25 at Estadio Universitario,...

 By Nayib Moran

Club America books Liga MX final date with Tigres after seeing off Necaxa

Oribe Peralta
Oribe Peralta settled the tie in America's favor, bagging the second goal of the night in the 83rd minute.

MEXICO CITY -- 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.

Since Las Aguilas are on their way to Japan to take part in the FIFA Club World Cup, the second leg of the final against Tigres will take place on Christmas day, with the first happening on Dec. 22.

Here are three takes from Estadio Azteca:

1. La Volpe's tactical moves made the difference

Before the 58th minute, the duel between America and...

 By Tom Marshall

Andre-Pierre Gignac, Tigres edge past Leon into the Liga MX Apertura final

Andre-Pierre Gignac has been in fine form for Tigres during the liguilla, scoring five times in his past three starts.
Leon put up an impressive fight, but Tigres was still able to book its place in the Liga MX final with a 3-2 aggregate win.

Tigres were made to suffer but eventually came through to defeat Club Leon 2-1 on Saturday to advance to the Liga MX final 3-2 on aggregate.

Here are three thoughts from a tense night at Estadio Universitario:

1. Tigres hold on

The consistency and sheer depth of quality that Tigres possess have led the Northern Mexican team to a Liga MX final for the third consecutive December.

They were the heavy favorites to go through after the 1-0 victory away at Estadio Leon last Wednesday, but coach Ricardo...

Club America could make it a Liga MX Christmas as Necaxa stands in its path

With the Liga MX Liguilla semifinals now set, ESPN FC's Ciro Procuna breaks down how the final four teams advanced.

After Wednesday's 1-0 away win for Tigres over Leon and Thursday's 1-1 draw between Necaxa and America, Los Auriazules and Las Aguilas now have slight advantages heading into the second legs of their respective Liguilla semifinal series. But Leon and Necaxa have 90 minutes to flip the script. Although this would be considered a monumental task for many, both have exceeded expectations of late and fans should not count them out.

Here are five things to watch for in the decisive second legs:

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