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Expectations high for Liga MX clubs in CONCACAF Champions League

Henry Martin has been a revelation with his five goals and two assists for Club America.

Expectations are unsurprisingly high for the Liga MX teams involved in this year's CONCACAF Champions League tournament. Since 2006, no club outside of Mexico's first division has won top honors in the CONCACAF competition. Whether it be in the "Champions Cup" or "Champions League" era, a Liga MX team always seems to finish with the title in hand.

This year, the responsibility of maintaining that streak from 2006 lies in the hands (and feet) of four Liga MX squads: Club America, Chivas, Tijuana...

 By Nayib Moran

Raul Jimenez gets another goal; Chucky sent off against Heerenveen

Mexico international Andres Guardado featured in Real Betis' 5-2 loss to Real Madrid on Sunday.
Mexico international Andres Guardado featured in Real Betis' 5-2 loss to Real Madrid on Sunday.
Mexico international Andres Guardado featured in Real Betis' 5-2 loss to Real Madrid on Sunday.
Mexico international Andres Guardado featured in Real Betis' 5-2 loss to Real Madrid on Sunday.

MEXICO CITY -- Another weekend of action is complete for Mexico's footballers in Europe.

Players like Javier "Chicharito" Hernandez and Omar Govea didn't see action. Hernandez didn't see playing time because West Ham had the weekend off, while Govea was sent off last weekend, which prevented him to take part in Royal Excel Mouscron's 2-2 draw against Waasland-Beveren. This past week several of Mexico's footballers saw action in Champions League and Europa League play, but none were able to celebrate...

 By Tom Marshall

Mexico's Rafa Marquez, 39, still targeting World Cup amid legal issues

Sebastian Salazar and Herculez Gomez recap Mexico's first friendly of 2018, discuss who's on track to make Osorio's World Cup squad and reflect on Jonathan Gonzalez's debut.

Mexico defender Rafa Marquez is not giving up on matching his countryman Antonio Carabajal and Germany's Lothar Matthaus by appearing at five World Cups.

Marquez featured for Mexico at last summer's Confederations Cup and in World Cup qualification for Russia 2018, but was sanctioned by the U.S. Treasury Department on Aug. 9 for links to a drug trafficking organization -- which he denied -- and immediately put his career on hold to fight the charges.

Marquez returned to training in September and...

Futbol in América: Miami ready to make mark thanks to David Beckham

The city of Miami has a large Hispanic population desperately looking for a soccer team to applaud.

Editor's note: This has been translated from its original form on ESPN Deportes as part of its 'Futbol in America' series.

MIAMI -- One can't help but notice the wonderful aromas that emanate from neighborhoods in Miami as a casual stroll through the streets of this cosmopolitan city invites you to stop and sip its flavorful coffees and sample its delectable cuisine. Wander a little further and one comes across soccer pitches, teeming with a wannabe Lionel Messi or an aspiring Cristiano Ronaldo....

Pumas UNAM's stunning turnaround led by Castillo, Alustiza, Arribas

Alejandro Arribas cemented his superb start to the season with a goal against Tigres earlier this month.
Alejandro Arribas cemented his superb start to the season with a goal against Tigres earlier this month.

Countless Liga MX fans are puzzled about an astonishing turnaround that is currently dominating the headlines. With 11 league matches left on their schedule, Pumas have already surpassed the 13-point tally they collected last season. Thanks to a current mark of 14 points after six weeks of the Clausura, the Mexico City club is looking nothing like the laughingstock it was as recently as late-2017.

Less than three months ago, there was no team stuck in a more miserable run of form than Pumas. Their...