In the relegation fight, Monarcas Morelia remained in the bottom spot despite their draw with Querétaro, while relegation rivals Veracruz, Puebla, and Jaguares de Chiapas all lost.
Toluca and Tijuana have the best attacking records with six goals for, followed by Pachuca and Monterrey with five. On the other hand, Querétaro, Tigres UANL, Jaguares, and Necaxa are all still looking for their first goals.
In total, 23 goals were scored in Jornada 2 for an average of 2.6 per game.
In terms of individual goal-scoring, Hirving Lozano (Pachuca) and Alexis Canelo (Puebla) lead the league with three goals each, followed by Erbín Trejo (Toluca), Jesús Molina (Monterrey), and Avilés Hurtado (Tijuana) with two apiece.
On the other end of the field, the best defense belongs to Morelia, who has yet to concede a goal this season, followed by Santos Laguna, Cruz Azul, Querétaro, and Jaguares, who have all allowed one. The worse defense is Puebla’s, with nine goals against, followed by Monterrey, Tijuana, León, and Atlas with four each.
On the disciplinary side of things, the referees handed out 37 yellow cards and seven reds, to Puebla, Querétaro, Chivas (2), Pumas UNAM, Cruz Azul, and Veracruz. Jaguares top the Fair Play table with their one yellow and no reds, while Querétaro and Pumas are at the foot of the Fair Play standings with six yellows and one red apiece. Toluca has received the most cautions to date with eight.
The total announced attendance for Jornada 2 was 250,103, for an average of 27,789 per game. Monterrey vs Chivas in the Estadio BBVA Bancomer drew the biggest crowd, of 51,060, while just 16,645 were in the Estadio Victoria to see Necaxa vs León.
League and relegation standings
|5||Chivas de Guadalajara||1||1||0||4||3||+1||4|
|16||Jaguares de Chiapas||0||0||1||0||1||-1||0|
Key: W–wins, T–ties, L–losses; GF–goals for, GA–goals against, GD–goal difference
Tabla de Cociente – Relegation Zone