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Pumas could be title contenders

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Leon a Liga MX title contender; Tigres wakes up

ESPN FC's Katia Castorena and Leon Lecanda recap Club America's 2-0 win over Cruz Azul, where Oribe Peralta notched a goal in the win.

Now that the seventh week of Liga MX action is over and the halfway point of the season draws ever closer, it's time to assess the movers and shakers who are displaying the form that will likely lead them to the playoffs where they will battle for the championship title.

Here are five key things we learned from the latest round of matches.

1. Leon aren't pretenders anymore

To a certain extent, it seemed like Leon's winning two straight championship titles (2013 Apertura, 2014 Clausura) was...

Pumas midfielder Ismael Sosa stars in Lige MX week seven

Pumas' Ismael Sosa was a thorn in the side of the Santos defense over the weekend.
Pumas' Ismael Sosa was a thorn in the side of the Santos defense over the weekend.

Before jumping into the international break and focusing on El Tri's upcoming friendlies, let's go over the best individual performances from Week 7 of the Liga MX Apertura.

Luis Michel, GK, Dorados

After losing three matches in a row, 36-year-old Dorados goalkeeper Luis Michel helped carry his squad to their second win of the season. Saturday night's 1-0 victory over Puebla was Michel's second shutout of the Apertura and the club's first win at home this year. Michel had a total of six saves...

 By Tom Marshall

Relegation-threatened Chivas put in fine performance against Chiapas

Chivas bagged their second win of the Liga MX season, overcoming Chiapas 4-1.

GUADALAJARA, Mexico -- Relegation-threatened Chivas put in their best performance of the season Sunday to defeat Chiapas 4-1 in round seven of matches in the Liga MX Apertura 2015.

Veteran Omar Bravo netted twice for the all-Mexican club, with Isaac Brizuela and David Ramirez scoring the other goals.

The win was only the second of the season in the league for Chivas, whose priority at present is to move away from relegation danger as quickly as possible.

Here are three things we learned from the...

Club America's patience is paying off

ESPN FC's Katia Castorena and Leon Lecanda recap Club America's 2-0 win over Cruz Azul, where Oribe Peralta notched a goal in the win.

Club America claimed bragging rights in the Clasico Joven on Saturday, defeating Cruz Azul 2-0 in a game where the Aguilas players' complete control of the match stood out even more than the goals they scored to seal the victory.

The thing about any fine exotic car, like, say, a Ferrari, is that it's a delicate machine that can run poorly, or not at all, if conditions aren't right. It's certainly not as hardy as a Jeep or even a fuel-efficient compact vehicle. But when it's tuned right and running...