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Femenil Clausura 2018 Week 13 Statistics

Liga MX Femenil Clausura 2018 Week 13

León 2-2 Querétaro
Atlas 3-0 Necaxa
Pumas UNAM 0-1 Pachuca
Monarcas Morelia 1-12 América
Toluca 2-0 Veracruz
Tigres UANL 2-5 Chivas de Guadalajara
Santos Laguna 0-1 Monterrey
Tijuana 0-0 Cruz Azul

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Femenil Clausura 2018 Week 10 Statistics

Liga MX Femenil Clausura 2018 Week 10

León 4-1 Atlas
Veracruz 1-1 América
Querétaro 1-7 Monterrey
Pumas UNAM 2-0 Monarcas Morelia
Chivas de Guadalajara 1-2 Necaxa
Toluca 3-0 Tijuana
Pachuca 4-0 Cruz Azul
Tigres UANL 2-1 Santos Laguna

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Femenil Apertura 2017 Week 14 Statistics

Liga MX Femenil – Apertura 2017 – Jornada 14

Toluca 4-0 Pachuca
Cruz Azul 0-1 Tijuana
Necaxa 0-1 Tigres UANL
Querétaro 5-2 Atlas
Monterrey 7-0 Santos Laguna
Monarcas Morelia 0-0 Pumas UNAM
América 3-1 Veracruz
Chivas de Guadalajara 4-0 León

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Femenil Apertura 2017 Week 9 Statistics

Santos Laguna 1-2 Atlas
Querétaro 3-0 Necaxa
Toluca 1-3 Pumas UNAM
Pachuca 2-1 Veracruz
Chivas de Guadalajara 1-0 Tigres UANL
Monarcas Morelia 1-0 Tijuana
América 6-0 Cruz Azul
Monterrey 4-0 León

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Femenil Apertura 2017 Week 12 Statistics

Necaxa 1-0 León
Querétaro 1-0 Santos Laguna
Monarcas Morelia 0-2 Toluca
Tijuana 1-0 Veracruz
Cruz Azul 1-4 Pumas UNAM
Atlas 1-2 Tigres UANL
Chivas de Guadalajara 1-0 Monterrey
América 3-4 Pachuca

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World Cup Qualifying: Mexico vs Trinidad and Tobago – Recap and Highlights

They had to come from behind to do so, but Mexico remained unbeaten in World Cup qualifying with a 3-1 win against Trinidad and Tobago. El Tri, already qualified for the 2018 World Cup in Russia, remained in first place in the Hexagonal with the victory, while the Soca Warriors were already mathematically eliminated from contention.

With first place facing off against sixth – and nothing to play for for either side – it seemed like Mexico would keep on rolling with another home victory. However, although El Tri had had the better of possession and the run of play for the majority of the game, they weren’t able to turn those stats into goals, despite the encouragement of the vociferous partisan crowd packed into the Estadio Alfonso Lastras.

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Femenil Apertura 2017 Week 7 Statistics

Liga MX Femenil – Apertura 2017 – Week 7

Santos Laguna 0-3 Monterrey
Tigres UANL 3-0 Necaxa
Veracruz 1-8 América
Atlas 4-2 Querétaro
Pumas UNAM 3-0 Monarcas Morelia
Tijuana 1-0 Cruz Azul
Pachuca 0-2 Toluca
León 1-3 Chivas de Guadalajara

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Gold Cup: Curaçao vs Mexico – Recap and Highlights

It was a much more difficult game than Mexico was anticipating, but in the end El Tri walked away with a 2-0 victory against Curaçao, and with it, first place in Group C.

Mexico made 10 changes to the lineup that drew 0-0 with Jamaica on Thursday, with only Orbelin Pineda making a second consecutive start. Curaçao made five changes from their loss to El Salvador, and it was Curaçao who started the game off better.

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Gold Cup: Mexico vs El Salvador – Recap and Highlights

After some early shakiness, Mexico rallied for an ultimately comfortable 3-1 win against El Salvador as they opened their 2017 Gold Cup campaign with a victory.

El Salvador had the better of the run of play at the start, but a set piece gave Mexico the early lead. In the 8th minute, Hedgardo Marín scored his first goal for El Tri when he headed home a free kick from Elías Hernández at the back post.

The 1-0 lead lasted just two minutes, however, before Nelson Bonilla leveled the score with his low shot from inside the box.

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Confederations Cup: Mexico vs New Zealand – Recap and Highlights

It was not nearly as easy or as straightforward as Mexico was expecting, but in the end El Tri rallied for a 2-1 victory over New Zealand.

There were surprises both on and off the field, with the All Whites taking a shock lead and Mexico fans in the stands largely refraining from the infamous “eh p*to” chant after FIFA’s latest warning, drawing praise from the national team’s official Twitter account.

APPLAUSE for the fans who DIDN’T shout at the @NZ_Football goalkeeper. True #Incondicionales! 

There was no praise, however, for the play on the field. Juan Carlos Osorio made no fewer than eight changes to the starting XI that drew 2-2 with Portugal on Sunday, and Mexico looked rather disjointed in the opening half. New Zealand had several chances to take the lead, beginning with a dangerous header in the 20th minute that Alfredo Talavera snagged right on the line.

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