Tigres UANL remained unbeaten with their 1-1 draw with Veracruz while there are no winless teams remaining after Necaxa and Santos both picked up their first victories.
Necaxa remained last in the Tabla de Cociente despite their 1-2 win against Querétaro, while relegation rivals Puebla also won and Veracruz and Morelia drew.
Morelia has the best attacking record in the league with 15 goals scored, followed by Tijuana and Pachuca with 14 each. The worst attack is León’s, with just three goals scored, followed by Santos and Jaguares de Chiapas with four apiece.
In total, 21 goals were scored in Jornada 7 for an average of 2.3 per game.
In terms of individual goalscoring, Dayro Moreno (Tijuana) continues to lead the league with his seven goals, followed by Raúl Ruidíaz (Morelia) and Rogelio Funes Mori (Monterrey), who each have five.
On the other end of the field, Tigres still have the best defense with just three goals allowed, followed by Tijuana and Cruz Azul with five each. Morelia and León are tied for the worst defense with 13 goals conceded, followed by América and Jaguares with 12.
On the disciplinary side of things, the referees handed out 57 yellow cards and three reds, to Pachuca and León (2). Jaguares top the Fair Play table with their 10 yellow cards (the fewest in the league) and no reds, while Veracruz is at the foot of the Fair Play standings with their 19 yellows and four reds (the most in the league). Tijuana has received the most yellows to date with 21.
The total announced attendance for Jornada 7 was 277,117, for an average of 30,791 per game. The SuperClásico drew the biggest crowd, with 61,561 in the Azteca to see América vs Chivas, while just 17,140 were in the Estadio Alberto Chivo Córdoba to see Toluca vs Morelia.
League and relegation standings
Apertura 2016 League Table
|7||Chivas de Guadalajara||3||2||2||7||7||0||11|
|17||Jaguares de Chiapas||1||1||5||4||12||-8||4|
Key: W–wins, T–ties, L–losses; GF–goals for, GA–goals against, GD–goal difference
Tabla de Cociente – Relegation Zone