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2dTom Marshall

Tigres take Liga MX final first leg over Leon

Andre-Pierre Gignac tied the club's all-time scoring mark as Tigres UANL took the first leg of the Liga MX Clausura 2019 final over top-seed Leon.

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3dTom Marshall

Mexico legend Marquez out as Atlas director

Mexico legend Rafa Marquez is out as Atlas' sporting director following the takeover of the Liga MX club by Orlegi Sports.

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4dTom Marshall

Vega: Mexico is Gold Cup fave despite stars out

Chivas' 21-year-old forward Alexis Vega still believes Mexico goes into the Gold Cup tournament as favorite despite missing several stars.

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4dJeff Carlisle

Ibarra joins Pachuca on loan from Minnesota

Minnesota United has sent Ecuador international forward Romario Ibarra on loan to Liga MX side Pachuca, both clubs confirmed on Tuesday.

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23dTom Marshall

CONCACAF boss not buying MLS-to-Copa talk

CONCACAF president Victor Montagliani isn't buying reports suggesting that MLS and Liga MX clubs could soon be competing in the Copa Libertadores.

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25dTom Marshall

Battle of styles as Monterrey meet Tigres

"Clasico Regio 120" is a clash of two city rivals in one of Monterrey's most important games ever, but also a confrontation of philosophies.

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25dTom Marshall

Gignac: Tigres, Monterrey are Mexico's top two

Andre-Pierre Gignac believes Tigres belong at the top of the Mexican game, and that the CCL final against Monterrey pits Liga MX's two best teams.

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30dEric Gomez

Liga MX W2W4: Santos can spoil America's party

Santos want to play spoiler to America's playoff chances while Leon have firmly in their sight the record for most points. Where's W2W4 in Liga MX.