17hTom Marshall

Liga MX Apertura end-of-season awards

Nuevo Leon teams Monterrey and Tigres dominated until the end. A look at their success and everything in between during Liga MX's Apertura 2017.

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23hIan Holyman

Gignac: I want to finish my career at Tigres

Andre-Pierre Gignac says he would love to finish his career at Tigres after helping the Mexican giants to the Apertura title.

WATCH: Tigres celebrate Liga MX title (0:30)
3dNayib Moran

Valencia setting a new standard

Enner Valencia won't be the first Liga MX legend from Ecuador but the Tigres striker could well set a benchmark for future efforts.

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4dTom Marshall

Final win a must for Tigres' Ferretti

He's led a golden age for Tigres, but heading into Sunday's second leg of the Liga MX final, Ricardo Ferretti has few trophies to show for it.

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4dTom Marshall

Record 36,000 fans attend Tigres training

Tigres fans broke the Mexican record for number of fans attending a training session on Saturday, with 36,000 showing up to Estadio Universitario.

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5dNayib Moran

Tigres once again fail to win a first leg

Tigres did everything right vs. Monterrey except win the game. Now they might rue those missed chances in Sunday's Liga MX final second leg.

WATCH: Rob Schneider speaks 'Spanglish' after Tigres draw (2:14)
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5dTom Marshall

U.S.' Gonzalez has big future - Monterrey boss

Monterrey boss Antonio Mohamed was satisfied with the draw against Tigres and is happy about the development of American midfielder Jonathan Gonzalez.

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5dESPN staff

Monterrey and TIgres draw 1-1 in first leg

Monterrey will take a slender advantage back to Estadio BBVA Bancomer after a 1-1 draw with Tigres in the first leg of the Liga MX Apertura finals.

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6dEric Gomez

Monterrey clubs dominating Liga MX

With Monterrey and Tigres splashing the cash, it's become increasingly clear that Liga MX is on the precipice of becoming a two team competition.

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6dTom Marshall

Monterrey, Tigres deny buying success

Liga MX finalists Monterrey and Tigres have denied that their path to the 2017 Apertura final is all about splashing the cash.

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6dCesar Hernandez

Hypothetical Monterrey/Tigres superteam

Few would argue that Monterrey and Tigres aren't the toast of Liga MX. But what would a combined Monterrey/Tigres XI look like? Let's find out.

7dTom Marshall

Youngster Gonzalez an outlier in Liga MX final

Midfielder Jonathan Gonzalez, an 18-year-old from California, is using his athleticism and game intelligence to play key role for finalist Monterrey.

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7dNayib Moran

Monterrey's Mohamed's unlikely path to the top

Antonio "Turco" Mohamed has been through it all in Mexico but winning a title with Monterrey over rival Tigres would be the top for the Argentine.

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8dTom Marshall

Cruz Azul hires ex-Rangers boss Caixinha

Portuguese manager Pedro Caixinha has been named the new head coach at Cruz Azul, following a mixed spell at Scottish giants Rangers.

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8dRafael Ramos Villagrana

Mexico's omission from FC 100

Mexico's stars are all over the top leagues and they successfully qualified for the 2018 World Cup. So why didn't any of them make it in the FC 100?

8dAssociated Press

Warrant issued for arrest of Lobos' Fabbro

An Argentine judge has ordered the arrest of Paraguay midfielder Jonathan Fabbro in connectionwith the alleged sexual assault of an underage girl.