Mexican Clubs

Watch: Cade Cowell scores impressive brace for Chivas in CONCACAF Champions Cup

Cade Cowell just had his best performance for Chivas and he did it on none other than the continental stage.

Liga MX’s Chivas had their Concacaf Champions Cup knockout stage debut on Wednesday when they travelled to Canada to face off against Forge FC, a club that competes in the Canadian Premier League.

Watch: USMNT's Brandon Vázquez scores unbelievable header… FROM OUTSIDE THE BOX!

Brandon Vázquez is off to an unbelievable start with new club Rayados and the striker just showed he’s worth what the Liga MX club paid for him this winter. He scored one of the best headers we’ve seen in a while.

USMNT striker Brandon Vázquez scored two for CF Monterrey in their Liga MX home match against Atlético San Luis this Saturday, becoming the league’s top goalscorer (3) after just two matches as a starter this season.

FROM SOCCER FANS TO ONLY FANS — Women's Liga MX player retires to become full-time Only Fans creator

A professional women’s player, also known for her content on the adult website Only Fans, has just retired from soccer to focus on “personal projects independent from soccer.” You be the judge of those projects.

Professional women's player retires to focus on Only Fans?

24-year-old Nikkole Teja announced her decision to retire from professional soccer on Tuesday, Jan. 23 — just 19 days after signing for new club Puebla Femenil in the Liga MX.

NEW CLUB, SAME BRANDON — Brandon Vázquez scores goal in Liga MX home debut with Monterrey

Brandon Vázquez scored and made his Liga MX home debut with new club Monterrey in their league clash against Querétaro on Wednesday night.

The former FC Cincinnati man started his first game with Rayados at the Estadio BBVA after just his second game with the club. He made his official league debut off the bench last Sunday in their 2-0 win over Santos Laguna.

Mexico’s greatest scorer Chicharito makes transfer to boyhood club Chivas

Former Manchester United striker Javier "Chicharito" Hernandez has returned to his boyhood club Chivas Guadalajara, the Liga MX side said on Wednesday.

The 35-year-old, who spent the past three years at the Major League Soccer (MLS) club LA Galaxy, signed on a free transfer after leaving the MLS outfit in November.

Chicharito Chivas transfer

¡AY CADE! Cade Cowell misses clear chance to score in Liga MX debut with Chivas

Cade Cowell made his long-awaited debut with Liga MX club Chivas on Sunday against powerhouse Tigres UANL at the rainy Estadio Universitario.

The 20-year-old forward started the game on the bench and was substituted onto the pitch in the 63rd minute following Tigres’ opener, making quite an impact for the rojiblancos on the left flank. 

Cowell was constantly in one-vs-one positions, taking advantage of space, and creating a handful of chances for his club in their effort to put the game level.

Another USMNT player to Liga MX? Cade Cowell in talks with Chivas

Cade Cowell has been linked with a move away from MLS and into Liga MX, and the likelihood of him playing in Mexico this January is increasing every single day. Here's what we know about the Cade Cowell transfer rumors.

Europe or Chivas? Cade Cowell transfer looking likely in during January transfer window.

It was reported earlier this week that the San Jose Earthquakes and USMNT player had received two offers from clubs outside MLS for a transfer in the current window. Reportedly, a Liga MX club and a Europa League club sent their formal offers for the 20-year-old.

We’re still laughing at Tigres’ goalkeeper hiding under a tarp to watch the game after red card

Tigres may have lost 3-0 in extra time of the Liga MX final to Club América on Sunday, but the club’s goalkeeper Nahuel Guzmán was the big winner on the internet. Guzmán hiding under a tarp to watch the game after receiving a red card was amazing.

Let’s set the scene really quick. The situation was the two Liga MX clubs playing in the second leg of the final with the aggregate at 1-1. After 90 minutes the game went into extra time and Tigres were down a man after winger and substitute Raymundo Fulgencio saw red in the 80th minute.

Watch: Fans go through lasso gauntlet during insane Mexican halftime entertainment

Halftime entertainment is one of the perks when attending a game in person whether it’s two fans racing, a free kick challenge or some other odd game. Nothing will top what we’ve just seen at Liga MX side Atlas as cowboys lasso soccer fans trying to complete an obstacle course.

Videos from Atlas' Estadio Jalisco show that the Mexican club has found the peak of halftime entertainment. We’ve seen fans try to complete obstacle courses before, but to add some spice they threw in some lassoes.

Tigres goalkeeper Nahuel Guzmán trolls LAFC fans and catches water bottle thrown at him

Tigres defeated LAFC in the Campeones Cup on penalty kicks Wednesday night 4-2 with Argentine goalkeeper Nahuel Guzmán stopping two of LA's penalties.

The game was played at LAFC’s BMO Stadium. After the game Guzmán took it upon himself to troll the home fans and celebrate in front of the crowd. They were less than pleased and proceeded to hurl objects at him.

Guzmán was unphased and even managed to catch a water bottle that was thrown.

This guy is good with his hands. Must be a goalkeeper or something.