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 By Tom Marshall

Liga MX final expectation 'heavier ' for Toluca than Santos - Robert Siboldi

Santos are in control of the Liga MX final, but the FC crew are not ruling out Toluca as they head home for the second leg.

TOLUCA, Mexico -- Santos Laguna coach Robert Siboldi is adamant his side will not be going out simply to defend its 2-1 lead over Toluca from the first leg of the 2018 Clausura final in Sunday's return game.

Regular season leader Toluca is undefeated at Estadio Nemesio Diez in Liga MX play in 2018, but Siboldi's side will "go out to win" in one of Mexico's most difficult away stadiums.

"Without doubt playing in front of their fans can help them, but on the pitch are the players, no one from the stands...

ESPN FC  By ESPN staff

U.S., Santos Laguna's Jorge Villafana robbed of $20,000 at gunpoint

Santos are in control of the Liga MX final, but the FC crew are not ruling out Toluca as they head home for the second leg.

United States international and Santos Laguna defender Jorge Villafana was robbed a day after the first leg of the Liga MX final, according to the authorities of the city of Torreon.

Villafana, who was accompanied by his wife, was intercepted by two men who threatened them with a firearm while they were leaving a currency exchange in a shopping center. The assailants robbed the player of 400,000 pesos ($20,000), according to the report from the Police of Coahuila.

Villafana and his wife escaped...

Mexico's Carlos Salcedo joins Eintracht Frankfurt from Deportivo Guadalajara

Ian Darke asks ESPN's expert panel if Juan Carlos Osorio's Mexico, after bowing out in six straight round-of-16s, can overcome their World Cup curse.

Eintracht Frankfurt have signed Mexican defender Carlos Salcedo on a permanent transfer.

The 24-year-old joins from Mexican club Deportivo Guadalajara after a successful one-year loan at the German club.

Having spent the 2016-17 on loan at Fiorentina, Salcedo joined Frankfurt last summer, with the Bundesliga club securing an option to make the deal permanent. Die Adler have now triggered the clause and signed the Mexico international to a four-year deal. 

Despite two major shoulder injuries...