Liga MX

Raul Ruidiaz Hits A Game-Winning, 15-Yard Scissor Kick In Liga MX Play

The legend of Monarcas Morelia’s Raul Ruidiaz continues to grow after the Peruvian international scored his second Liga MX golazo in the space of a week last night. Morelia defeated bottom-of-the-table Atlas 2-1 on Friday with Ruidiaz scoring the game-winner in the 45th minute.

Rodrigo Millar had given Morelia the early lead, but Atlas responded from the spot through Daniel Arreola. However, on the stroke of halftime, a spectacular 15-yard scissor kick from Ruidiaz restored Morelia’s advantage.  

No Lie, Tigres vs. Toronto FC Will Be The Greatest CCL Quarterfinal Ever

Over the course of the last few years, Tigres UANL have established themselves as Liga MX’s premier side. While they’ve captured three-straight Apertura titles, they’ve also suffered the heartbreak of back-to-back defeats in CONCACAF Champions League finals, losing to America in 2016 and Pachuca in 2017. They’ll be desperate to represent the region at the 2018 FIFA Club World Cup in the UAE.

These Two Liga MX Screamers Will Blow Your Mind

There are goals and then there are GOLAZOS.

Solo goals, scissor kicks, team goals, you name it. There are innumerable ways to score. Pragmatists will say it doesn't matter how stunning or beautiful a goal is, even own goals count the same as the jewels only Messi could craft.

And yet, there is a certain violent charm to bangers.

Why Isn’t Landon Donovan Playing More?

Landon Donovan came in as a second-half sub for Club León on Tuesday night as the American continued his second comeback from retirement. He played about 30 minutes for the Liga MX side in a 4-1 win over second-tier Cafetaleros in Copa MX action. It was his second appearance in 10 León matches since announcing his return to football in January, which begs the question: Is he still getting back to match fitness or was his signing purely a publicity stunt?

Watch Club América Absolutely Thrash Monarcas Morelia In Liga MX

Club America vs. Morelia will be a game to remember for Miguel Herrera and fans of Las Águilas. 

On Tuesday night, Club América hosted Monarcas Morelia at Estadio Azteca.

With a super-busy schedule drawing near, Miguel 'Piojo' Herrera will need to move his players around in order to give them rest.

In approximately month and a half, 'Las Aguilas' will play a total of 11 games including Liga MX and CONCACAF Champions League fixtures.

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