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 By Tom Marshall

Chivas slip further into relegation trouble after Cruz Azul loss

Omar Bravo missed a great opportunity to tie Salvador 'Chava' Reyes as Chivas' all-time record goal-scorer on Sunday night.

GUADALAJARA, Mexico -- Chivas fell 1-0 to Cruz Azul on Sunday in Estadio Omnilife to make it zero points from their opening two matches of the Apertura 2015.

Here are three takes from the match:

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1. Pressure already on "Chepo" De la Torre

It is now just one victory for Chivas in their last 10 Liga MX matches and the club fell into last position in the relegation table with this defeat. The alarm bells are starting to gently sound in Guadalajara, with avoiding relegation once again the top priority...

Club America's bad season continues with surprising defeat vs. Atlas

U.S. international defender Ventura Alvarado was culpable in all three Atlas goals as Club America lost again.

Club America's 3-1 loss to Atlas against their former coach, Gustavo Matosas, puts the team in an even deeper hole. Not since 1997 when Jorge Solari was in charge has the yellow-blue squad started off a season with two straight losses. Solari didn't make it to the end of the season that year and it's looking more likely that current coach Ignacio Ambriz will suffer the same fate.

It's hard not to feel a bit of pity for young defender Ventura Alvarado. He didn't have a good Gold Cup outing as...

Miguel Herrera's firing looms large over Club America, Ignacio Ambriz

The Mexico Football Federation voted to sack coach Miguel Herrera following an alleged incident that took place at Philadelphia International Airport.

The biggest news for Club America this week wasn't their pedestrian scoreless draw to Benfica in the International Champions Cup, or the penalty shoot-out loss that followed. It also wasn't the return of their players from international action in the Gold Cup and the Pan American Games. No, the most startling report was that beloved former coach Miguel "El Piojo" Herrera was fired as Mexico's national team coach after he instigated an altercation with commentator Christian Martinoli in the Philadelphia...

 By Tom Marshall

Chivas need win vs. wounded Cruz Azul to get Apertura on track

Chivas coach Jose Manuel de la Torre faces an important early Apertura test against Cruz Azul this weekend.

It would be ridiculous to suggest that Chivas or Cruz Azul absolutely need to pick up three points in Estadio Omnilife on Sunday. After all, it's only week two of 17 regular season matches in the 2015 Liga MX Apertura.

Although it is so early in the campaign, both of the so-called "big four" clubs could already do with the morale-raising boost that the three points would bring.

Chivas lost 2-0 in their opener last Friday against Veracruz in a game that did nothing to get rid of the suspicion...