The Apertura 2018 edition of the Copa MX continued this week with the fourth round of games. This was a week for the home teams, with seven of them winning and another earning a draw.
León 2-1 Mineros
Chivas de Guadalajara 1-0 Alebrijes de Oaxaca
TM Fútbol Club 3-1 Necaxa
Veracruz 0-3 América
Puebla 1-1 Monterrey
Cruz Azul 2-0 Zacatepec
Celaya 2-0 Santos Laguna
Tigres UANL 5-1 Atlético San Luis
Tijuana 3-1 FC Juárez
The Apertura 2018 edition of the Copa MX continued this week with the third round of games. This was a week of draws, with five games ending level, two ending in home wins, and two ending in away wins.
Querétaro 2-1 Mineros
Santos Laguna 1-1 Celaya
Pumas UNAM 1-3 Necaxa
Venados 0-3 Monterrey
Dorados de Sinaloa 0-0 América
Tigres UANL 0-0 Cafetaleros
Cruz Azul 2-2 Atlas
Alebrijes de Oaxaca 0-0 Chivas de Guadalajara
Tijuana 2-0 Toluca
The Apertura 2018 edition of the Copa MX continued this week with the second round of group stage games. This week favored the home teams, who picked up six wins and a draw with only two visitors walking off with victories.
América 3-0 Veracruz
Cafetaleros 1-1 Atlético San Luis
Chivas de Guadalajara 3-2 Monarcas Morelia
Pachuca 2-0 Santos Laguna
Necaxa 1-0 TM Fútbol Club
León 2-1 Querétaro
Zacatepec 2-3 Cruz Azul
Monterrey 2-1 Puebla
Toluca 2-3 FC Juárez
The Apertura 2018 edition of the Copa MX kicked off this week with the first round of group stage games. Results were evenly mixed, with four home wins, four away wins, and a draw.
Atlético San Luis 2-1 Tigres UANL
Celaya 0-2 Pachuca
Monarcas Morelia 2-0 Alebrijes de Oaxaca
TM Fútbol Club 1-2 Pumas UNAM
Mineros 4-3 León
Puebla 1-0 Venados
Veracruz 1-2 Dorados de Sinaloa
Atlas 1-2 Zacatepec
FC Juárez 0-0 Tijuana
The Apertura 2018 edition of the Copa Corona MX kicks off this week with the first round of group stage games. A total of 27 teams – 17 from Liga MX and 10 from Ascenso MX – will participate in this season’s cup.
Nexaca emerged as winners of the 2018 SuperCopa MX with a 1-0 win over Monterrey in the StubHub Center in Carson, California.
The Rayos came out attacking, but it was Monterrey who had the first good chance of the game in the 8th minute.The Rayados came close to opening the scoring from a corner kick, but John Stefan Medina sent his header just wide of the target.