In the relegation fight, Veracruz remained in last place in the Tabla de Cociente despite their 0-0 draw with Tijuana, while relegation rivals Puebla and Querétaro also drew and Atlas and Lobos BUAP lost.
The best attacking record belongs to Monterrey, with 22 goals for, followed by León, Tigres UANL, and Monarcas Morelia, who all have 20. The worst attack is Puebla’s, with just eight goals for, followed by Pumas UNAM with nine.
In total, 19 goals were scored in Jornada 13 for an average of 2.1 per game.
In terms of individual goalscoring, Mauro Boselli (León) leads the league with his nine goals, followed by Raúl Ruidíaz (Morelia) with eight and Avilés Hurtado (Monterrey) with seven.
On the other end of the field, the best defensive record belongs to Monterrey, with seven goals allowed, followed by Necaxa with nine. The worst defense is Lobos’, with 23 goals allowed, followed by Querétaro with 20.
On the disciplinary side of things, the referees handed out 35 yellow cards and six reds, to Lobos, Veracruz, Cruz Azul, Pachuca, Tigres, and Chivas. Monterrey tops the Fair Play table with their 21 yellows (tied for fewest in the league) and one red, while América is at the foot of the Fair Play standings with their 32 yellows and five reds (the most in the league). Tijuana has received the most cautions to date with 37.
The total announced attendance for Jornada 13 was 208,205, for an average of 23,245 per game. Monterrey vs Pachuca in the Estadio BBVA Bancomer drew the biggest crowd, of 46,888, while just 4,802 were in the Estadio Cuauhtémoc to see Puebla vs Querétaro.
League and relegation standings
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Key: W–wins, T–ties, L–losses; GF–goals for, GA–goals against, GD–goal difference
Tabla de Cociente – Relegation Zone