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Mexican Liga MX

Pachuca's surprising title run

Liga MX
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 By Tom Marshall

Ronaldinho's Queretaro to face Santos Laguna in Liga MX final

Queretaro's Jonathan Bornstein celebrates scoring his team's second goal against Pachuca.

Ronaldinho was left on the bench as his Queretaro team marched to the Liga MX Clausura final, where it will meet Santos Laguna, after both overcame their semifinals on Sunday.

Queretaro won 2-0 against Pachuca to tie 2-2 on aggregate and advance to its first ever final due to its higher finishing position in the regular season table, while Santos Laguna defeated Chivas 3-0 in a dominant display, after a 0-0 first leg last Thursday.

The first leg of the final is scheduled to be played on Thursday,...

 By Tom Marshall

Santos Laguna dominate Chivas Guadalajara to reach Liga MX final

Nestor Calderon celebrates after scoring a 40-yard stunner for Santos Laguna.

GUADALAJARA, Mexico -- Santos Laguna overcame Chivas 3-0 on Sunday at the Estadio Omnilife to reach the Liga MX Clausura 2015 final, following the 0-0 draw in the first leg on Thursday.

Djaniny Tavares opened the scoring in the 38th minute, with Carlos Izquierdoz heading in the second in the 56th minute and Nestor Calderon launching a 40-yard wonder-strike over keeper Luis Michel in the 68th minute to wrap up a famous victory for the Torreon-based club.

Chivas never really got going and won't...

Diego Alonso guiding Pachuca on surprising Liga MX title run

Diego Alonso has taken Pachuca to within two games of the Liga MX championship.

Pachuca is one of the oldest and most storied clubs in Liga MX, but it has learned the hard way.

With a playoff system that rewards teams that make the most of momentum at the right time, Liga MX's championship gives all eight teams in the liguilla a solid shot at lifting the final trophy at the end. Now that the teams are down to the final four, Pachuca's odds for a title are even better, especially since the squad managed to take a 2-0 aggregate lead over Queretaro in the opening leg of their...

 By Tom Marshall

Chivas and Santos Laguna are set for a tight defensive match

Jose Manuel de la Torre's Chivas are one win away from reaching the 2015 Liga MX Clausura final.

GUADALAJARA, Mexico -- The sight of the world-class, yet often empty Estadio Omnilife over the last few years seemed to epitomize the state of the whole Chivas institution back before the Clausura 2015, when the club was sliding down the slippery slope towards relegation.

There was an illusion of grandeur on the outside, but inside was a rotten core. The idea of Chivas being a genuinely big club was latent, but without local fans buying into it and actually attending games in the stadium, it...

Five things to watch in Clausura Liguilla semifinals

Just four teams remain with a chance to secure the Liga MX Clausura trophy.

All four remaining Liga MX clubs will have just 90 minutes on Sunday to make a case for the Liguilla finals.

With a 2-0 lead over Queretaro, Pachuca have a big advantage over Los Gallos Blancos. Then again, Los Tuzos must be wary of Queretaro manager Victor Manuel Vucetich; the 59-year-old leader is a highly experienced and decorated coach who could surprise Pachuca at the Estadio Corregidora.

The Chivas and Santos Laguna series appears to be up in the air with both teams held scoreless during...