Some controversial calls and non-calls ended with the Águilas on top as they defeated Pumas in the Clásico Capitalino.
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Chivas lost at home against Mazatlan by a 3-1 score but could win the match because of a possible sanctions.
Chivas and Pachuca leave their fans wanting more after battling to a 0-0 tie.
Los Rayos explode with four goals in the second half to pick up their first win of the season against Santos.
Pumas would be the better team in route to a 2-0 win over Puebla.
In a great match, Pumas came back to get a 3-2 victory over Atletico San Luis.
Chivas had no answer as they faced the Aguilas, who showed no mercy as they downed them 4-0.
Mexico will face Colombia in a non-FIFA date friendly on December 16th.
Typically we see San Luis and Juárez at the bottom of the table while Pachuca hovers at the top, but this season is different.
Mexico battled it out to get a 2-0 win over a very tough Colombia.
The 19 year-old will bolster the already talent-loaded Liga MX champs.
A tough Aussie side awaits in what will be Lozano’s first game as full-time head coach of El Tri.
Ricardo Cadena is the new sheriff in town and will start his tenure with the two friendlies against the South American team.
Rayados were the better team in this one.
El Tri willface United Arab Emirates, Portugal, and host Slovenia.
Lozano called up 24 players for the two friendlies to be played on September 9th and 12th.
They held on to a 2-1 scoreline for their second victory of the season.
El Rebaño had some trouble against 10-men Xolos, but were able to get a 1-0 win.
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