Liga MX

USMNT And El Tri Set To Battle For 18-Year-Old Jonathan Gonzalez, Liga MX’s Breakthrough Talent Of The Season

C.F. Monterrey are cruising at the top of the Liga MX table with the playoffs looming, and they have the league’s stingiest defense to thank for that. Los Rayados have conceded only nine goals in 14 matches, and 18-year-old defensive midfielder Jonathan Gonzalez has played a large role in accomplishing that mean feat.

Chivas Manager Matias Almeyda Would Be An Ideal Fit For The Leicester City Job

Right when we thought things couldn't get worse for Chivas de Guadalajara, a shocking rumor comes roaring from overseas: The Mirror has reported that Chivas manager Matias Almeyda is now a “shock contender” to succeed Craig Shakespeare as Leicester City manager.

Although there had been persistent talk that Almeyda’s days managing Chivas were numbered, nothing had yet been solidified.

MLS vs Liga MX: What We Should Learn So The USA Return To The World Cup

And so the MLS vs Liga MX debate sparks up again. Just about everything concerning soccer in the USA is being questioned since the USMNT got eliminated from the 2018 World Cup. The critiques involve everything from the USMNT team to more administrative issues like who should manage the national side after last week’s catastrophe and why. As would be expected, also the MLS is now being targeted for criticism.

Buckle Up For The Fiercest Rivalry In Soccer: El Super Clasico

The18.com goes inside Liga MX every week. This week Giselle Cesín takes a look at El Super Clasico between Club America and Chivas Guadalajara. 

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Hi I’m Giselle Cesín with the18, and, in case you didn’t know, Liga MX is home to one of the most passionate rivalries in all of sports.

The most-circled date on the Liga MX calendar is finally approaching and it’s a safe bet things will get crazy.

Andres Andrade Gets A Man Sent Off For Violent Conduct After Violently Dribbling Him

Leon defeated Tigres 1-0 on Saturday with Mexican international Elias Hernandez scoring the lone goal, but the game’s best sequence of action was saved for the 88th minute when winger Andres Andrade performed a dribble worthy of the club’s La Fiera moniker. 

Andrade left Tigres’ Jorge Torres splayed on the floor twice in the space of four seconds. Torres responded by attempting to slice Andrade’s Achilles, but the defender’s premeditated bit of violence only served to highlight the destruction that Andrade had unleashed.

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