Max & Herc: MLS panic meter (62:59)
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2dTom Marshall

Sambueza takes Toluca past America

Club America's undefeated run in the 2018 Clausura came to an end this weekend, while Veracruz kept the relegation race alive with victory over Atlas.

5dCesar Hernandez, Tom Marshall, Eric Gomez

W2W4: Can Chivas keep form going?

Chivas have built a bit of momentum in continental competition but can they apply that to this weekend's clash with Tigres?

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5dTom Marshall, Cesar Hernandez and Eric Gomez

Liga MX defeats to MLS a sign of things to come?

Liga MX traditionally dominated the CONCACAF Champions League but a pair of big wins for MLS this week have turned the rivalry on its head.

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6dCesar Hernandez

Toluca ready to grab Liguilla headlines

Toluca has flown under the radar this Clausura, but as the Liguilla approaches, Los Diablos Rojos are poised to be a contender in Liga MX's playoffs.

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7dEric Gomez

Ferretti's legacy tarnished by CCL failure

Ricardo "Tuca" Ferretti has been one of the most successful managers in Liga MX but domestic glory is being overshadowed by continental failure.

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8dESPN Staff

What to expect from CCL second legs

The return legs of the CONCACAF Champions League quarterfinals kick off on Tuesday, and we ask our MLS and Liga MX experts how they'll unfold.

Campeones Cup to bring unity to Major League Soccer & Liga MX (5:07)
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8dTom Marshall

MLS, Liga MX to face off in Campeones Cup

MLS and Liga MX have announced a strategic partnership to work together to enhance the North American leagues' standing on the world stage.

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9dEric Gomez

Red-hot Santos keeps top spot

No Djaniny, no problem! Santos Laguna won without Liga MX's leading scorer to remain No.1 in our Power Rankings while Morelia made a big leap up.

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12dTom Marshall, Eric Gomez, Cesar Hernandez

W2W4: Struggling Monterrey visit Santos

Monterrey are running out of time to turn their season around. Unfortunately, they visit league-leading Santos next.

14dEric Gomez

Has Liga MX lost footing to MLS?

Calm down, folks. While the Red Bulls' win over Club Tijuana was a nice moment for MLS, a presumption of parity with Liga MX is laughably premature.

Max & Herc: MLS is back! (60:41)
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16dEric Gomez

Santos climbs to the top of Liga MX

With Djaniny Tavares scoring goal after goal, the MVP favorite has powered Santos Laguna to the top of this week's Liga MX Power Rankings.

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17dTom Marshall

Chivas' focus shifts after Clasico draw

Liga MX's biggest game was a festival of attacking football. It wasn't the result Chivas wanted but their attention is not on the CCL.