Liga MX Features
Pumas and Chivas bored fans with another terrible performance in a season that has disappointed both fan bases.
Pumas and Chivas face off as they hope to put their season struggles behind them.
Toluca got their first victory since August 6th over a Pumas team that went down to nine players.
Chivas got a late penalty kick to defeat Necaxa by a 2-1 score.
Monterrey’s defenders were unable to get the match under control, and not only did they let a win slip, but it almost resulted in their first loss of the season yesterday night.
Surprising Atlas will visit Piojo’s Tigres, who are looking to put together a trio of wins for the first time since Ferretti’s departure.
Monterrey will face a real test tomorrow night as they head to the border to play last-placed Tijuana, missing key players to either injuries or suspension.
Chivas are winless in four straight after 0-0 draw against Rayados.
Pumas got a 0-0 tie at home to continue a season with just one goal and no wins so far.
Atletico San Luis defeated an embarrassed Pumas team by a 3-1 score.
Chivas battled back to get a 2-2 tie at home against FC Juarez.
Monterrey dominated en route to a 2-0 victory over a very weak Pumas
Santos’ Director of High Performance Gonzalo Rodriguez talks about the club’s approach to helping players come back from injury, both physically and mentally.
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