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Pumas, Leon comeback attempts headline Liga MX Liguilla second legs

Pumas UNAM finished top of the league with 35 points over 17 games and enter the Liguilla as one of the teams to beat.

With the first leg of the Liga MX Liguilla quarterfinals in the books, let's check out five things to watch during the second and final legs of the first round of the Mexican postseason.

1. Chiapas building off the narrow loss

Despite the fact that Chiapas lost 2-1 against Tigres in the first leg in Monterrey, there is plenty for fans to be hopeful of in the second leg.

In Wednesday's first leg, Los Jaguares played very well defensively and were excellent with their counters in the away match....

 By Nayib Moran

Club America must avoid overconfidence in return leg at Leon

Club America lead the league table of first division championships with 12 titles as they begin their quest for No. 13.

MEXICO CITY, Mexico -- Club America is 90 minutes away from securing a place in the Liga MX Liguilla semifinals, but Leon is not one to give up and will be relying on their fantastic goal record at home at the Nou Camp, where it scored 18 of its 32 goals, in Saturday's return leg.

Leon head coach Juan Antonio Pizzi also has a knack for comebacks, so America head coach Ignacio "Nacho" Ambriz should be well aware that Leon will pose a threat in what should be a thrilling contest for fans.


 By Tom Marshall

Tigres' Andre-Pierre Gignac experiment is a huge success

Headlined by France international striker Andre-Pierre Gignac, Tigres are one of the Liguilla favourites.

"Un Big Mac pour Gignac."

That was the taunt used by away fans in Ligue 1 seeking to rile French striker Andre-Pierre Gignac about his weight, back before his move to Tigres last summer. Burger King even used "A Whopper for Gignac" as a kind of reverse marketing campaign, while one satirical French website ran a humorous story stating KFC was sponsoring the French national team, but they were worried about just how much chicken Gignac would eat.

It all painted a picture of a player who was...

 By Tom Marshall

Puebla rescue unlikely draw against Toluca; Veracruz upset Pumas

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Luis Gabriel Rey, right, celebrates with teammates after scoring Puebla's first goal against Toluca.

Puebla came from two goals down to draw 2-2 against Toluca on Thursday in the Liga MX Apertura 2015 quarterfinal first leg.

Second-half goals from Luis Gabriel Rey and Roberto Herrera salvaged a draw for Puebla, after Omar Arellano and Fernando Uribe had put Toluca 2-0 up in the first 45 minutes.

The teams will go into Sunday's second leg, but the away-goal rule is in place and makes Toluca the favorite to advance.

Leg 1
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Arellano scrambled in the opener after quarter of an hour, after Puebla keeper Cristian...