Monterrey and Tigres UANL have locked up their spots in the playoffs, while Veracruz, Querétaro, and Pumas are all mathematically out of contention.
In the relegation fight, Veracruz remained in last place in the Tabla de Cociente with their 6-2 loss to León, while relegation rivals Lobos BUAP also lost, Querétaro and Atlas drew, and Puebla won.
The best attacking record belongs to Tigres and León, with 26 goals each, followed by Monterrey with 25. The worst attack belongs to Pumas, with 11 goals scored, followed by Puebla with 13.
In total, 34 goals were scored in Jornada 15 for an average of 3.8 per game.
In terms of individual goalscoring, Mauro Boselli (León) leads the league with his 11 goals, followed by Avilés Hurtado (Monterrey) with nine and then six players with eight goals each.
On the other end of the field, the best defensive record is Monterrey’s, with nine goals against, followed by Necaxa with 12. The worse defense belongs to Lobos, with 30 goals conceded, followed by Veracruz and Querétaro with 26 each.
On the disciplinary side of things, the referees handed out 41 yellow cards and six reds, to Pumas, Cruz Azul, Atlas, Monterrey, León, and Veracruz. Chivas de Guadalajara tops the Fair Play table with their 24 yellows (the fewest in the league) and three reds, while Tijuana is at the foot of the Fair Play standings with their 45 yellows (the most in the league) and three reds. América and Toluca are tied for the most reds, with five.
The total announced attendance for Jornada 15 was 187,629, for an average of 20,848 per game. Monterrey vs América in the Estadio BBVA Bancomer drew the biggest crowd, of 51,507, while just 12,481 were in the Estadio Cuauhtémoc to see Puebla vs Pumas.
League and relegation standings
Apertura 2017 League Table
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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