Liga MX is going on hiatus due to the COVID-19 coronavirus epidemic, and Cruz Azul will go into the break in first place after their victory against América, while Monterrey will prop up the table after their draw against Chivas.
Monterrey remains the only winless team in the Clausura.
In the Tabla de Cociente, Atlas remained last.
Scores Monarcas Morelia 4-0 Querétaro Tijuana 3-2 Pachuca
Atlético San Luis 0-1 Puebla Tigres UANL 3-2 FC Juárez León 3-1 Pumas UNAM
Chivas de Guadalajara 1-1 Monterrey
Toluca 2-3 Atlas Santos Laguna 2-1 Necaxa
América 0-1 Cruz Azul
Chivas de Guadalajara moved into first place after their 0-0 draw with Pachuca, while Cruz Azul dropped into last after their 2-1 loss to Atlético San Luis.
Cruz Azul is the only team not to earn a point so far, although five more have yet to record a win; on the other side of things, three teams are perfect (albeit three who have only played once after their Jornada 1 games were postponed) and four others remain unbeaten.
In the Tabla de Cociente, FC Juárez moved into last after their draw.
FC Juárez 4-4 Pumas UNAM Atlético San Luis 2-1 Cruz Azul
Atlas 0-1 Puebla
Monterrey 2-2 Monarcas Morelia
Pachuca 0-0 Chivas de Guadalajara América 1-0 Tigres UANL
Toluca 2-3 Necaxa Querétaro 3-0 Tijuana Santos Laguna 3-2 León
The Clausura 2020 season got underway this weekend, with León’s 3-1 victory against Querétaro putting them into first place after the abbreviated first round of games. (Due to the delayed Apertura 2019 final, the finalists had their Jornada 1 games rescheduled for February, so only seven games were played this weekend).
Due to Veracruz’s disaffiliation, there will be no relegation at the end of the Clausura 2020 season, and the Tabla de Cociente was adjusted to remove the games played against Veracruz in the Apertura 2019; San Luis is currently last in the Cociente standings.
Monarcas Morelia 0-1 Toluca Tijuana 2-1 Santos Laguna
Cruz Azul 1-2 Atlas Chivas de Guadalajara 2-0 FC Juárez León 3-1 Querétaro
Tigres UANL 0-0 Atlético San Luis Pumas UNAM 2-1 Pachuca
(Puebla vs América – February 4)
(Necaxa vs Monterrey – February 5)