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Apertura 2018 Copa MX: Week 4 Standings & Statistics

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

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Apertura 2018 Copa MX Week 3 Standings and Statistics

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

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Apertura 2018 Copa MX Week 2 Standings & Statistics

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

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Apertura 2018 Copa MX Week 1 Standings & Statistics

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

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Femenil Clausura 2018 Week 11 Statistics

Liga MX Femenil Clausura 2018 Week 11

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

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Femenil Apertura 2017 Week 13 Statistics

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

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Femenil Apertura 2017 Week 11 Statistics

Toluca 3-0 Veracruz
León 1-8 Tigres UANL
Santos Laguna 0-0 Necaxa
Monarcas Morelia 1-7 América
Pumas UNAM 1-1 Tijuana
Monterrey 4-1 Atlas
Chivas de Guadalajara 6-2 Querétaro
Pachuca 1-1 Cruz Azul

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Femenil Apertura 2017 Week 10 Statistics

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

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C16 Copa MX Llave 2 Statistics

standings and statisticsAt the end of Llave 2 of the Clausura 2016 Copa MX, Chivas de Guadalajara, Tijuana, Pachuca, Mineros de Zacatecas, Veracruz, and Venados top their respective groups, with Necaxa and Coras Tepic currently the two best second-place teams. If the group stage ended today, those eight teams would advance to the quarterfinals.  Continue reading

World Cup Qualifying: Honduras vs Mexico – Recap and Highlights

el triMexico picked up an away win in Honduras for the first time in 22 years with a 0-2 defeat of the Catrachos. The victory keeps Mexico perfect in World Cup Qualifying, while Honduras now has back-to-back losses and could be in some serious trouble.

The first half was a physical, hard-fought affair that was overshadowed by a gruesome leg injury suffered by Honduras’s Luis Garrido after a collision with Javier Aquino. After a lengthy spell of treatment on the field, Garrido was stretched off and replaced by Arnold Peralta.

In the second half, Mexico’s quality began to show through, although Raúl Jiménez spurned a golden opportunity early in the half. After Noel Valladares blocked a shot by “Chicharito” Hernández, the ball fell to Jiménez, only for the striker to shoot over the bar from within the six-yard box.

Juan Carlos Osorio turned to his bench in the 60th minute, and his substitution paid off almost immediately. Jesús Manuel Corona scored Mexico’s opening goal with a volley in the 67th minute after Honduras failed to clear a free kick.

The process repeated itself minutes later, with Osorio sending Jürgen Damm on in the 69th minute and the substitute scoring in the 72nd. Damm won the ball along the sideline and drove into the box, faked a cross, and then fired past the helpless keeper to put Mexico ahead 0-2.

Honduras was unable to recover from conceding two goals in five minutes and Mexico controlled the pace of the game for the final twenty minutes. However, it wasn’t all good news for El Tri; in the 84th minute, Oswaldo Alanís suffered an off-the-ball injury and had to be stretchered off, leaving Mexico to see out the final few minutes with 10 men.

With the 0-2 win, Mexico reaches six points while Honduras remains on zero.

The next round of games isn’t until March, when Mexico will visit Canada on the 25th and host them on the 29th, while Honduras and El Salvador play each other home and away on those same dates.



Honduras: Noel Valladares, Wilmer Crisanto, Johnny Palacios, Maynor Figueroa, Johnny Leveron (Carlos Discua 69′), Emilio Izaguirre, Óscar García, Luis Garrido (Arnold Peralta 42′), Erick Salvador Andino, Mario Martínez, Rubilio Castillo (Jerry Bengtson 60′). 

Mexico: Alfredo Talavera, Miguel Layún, Hugo Ayala, Diego Reyes, Héctor Moreno, Oswaldo Alanís, Héctor Herrera, Andrés Guardado, Javier Aquino (Jesús Manuel Corona 60′), Javier Hernández (Jürgen Damm 69′), Raúl Jiménez (José Juan Vázquez 77′). 

Group Table – Group A

# Team W T L GF GA GD Points
1 Mexico 2 0 0 5 0 +5 6
2 Canada 1 0 0 1 0 +1 3
3 El Salvador 0 0 1 0 3 -3 0
4 Honduras 0 0 2 0 3 -3 0