2019 Schedule

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2019 Schedule
8-5-2, 3rd in Mexican Liga BBVA Bancomer
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15dESPN

Monterrey 'relentless' in SKC thrashing - Vermes

Kansas City manager Peter Vermes hailed "relentless" Monterrey in their first-leg semifinal victory over his side in the CONCACAF Champions league.

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32dEric Gomez

Liga MX Power Rankings: Leon remain on top

Leon remained atop our Liga MX Power Rankings with its win over Veracruz, sealing Los Tiburones Rojos' fate of relegation.

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38dReuters

Atlanta's woes continue with CCL exit

Frank de Boer's side won on the night but went out of its quarterfinal with Monterrey on aggregate, another blemish for the defending MLS champions.

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42dTom Marshall

Liga MX's Clasico Regio ends all square

A late goal from Colombian winger Luis Quinones earned a 1-1 draw for Tigres against Monterrey in Liga MX's Clasico Regio.

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45dReuters

Atlanta, Sporting KC drop first legs in CCL

The reigning MLS champions fell to Monterrey 3-0 in their quarterfinal, and Sporting Kansas City lost 2-1 to upstart Independiente of Panama.

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52dESPN

CCL: Red Bulls, Santos set up quarters clash

New York Red Bulls set up an MLS-Liga MX clash with Santos Laguna as both sides advanced in the CONCACAF Champions League match.

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61dCesar Hernandez

Liga MX's CONCACAF Champions League preview

Tigres, Monterrey and Santos Laguna face managable Round of 16 opponents in the tournament, but Toluca have a stern MLS test against Sporting KC.

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74dCesar Hernandez

Tigres, Monterrey continue their dominance

Tigres and Monterrey are the class of Liga MX once more. Plus, Enrique Meza is shown the door and Oscar Pareja begins to put his stamp on Tijuana.

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76dESPN

Monterrey held by 10-man Pumas

Pumas UNAM managed to overcome a red card early on to salvage a draw against league leaders Monterrey.

RankingsMexican Liga BBVA Bancomer

Goal Difference143rd
Goals Scored312nd
Assists241st
Goals Conceded17Tied-7th