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 By Tom Marshall

French stars shine as Club America, Tigres draw in likely playoff preview

Jeremy Menez netted the equaliser in the second half as Club America rescued a draw with Tigres.

Round six of matches in the Liga MX's 2018 saw Pumas move clear at the top of the table, while European forwards got on the scoresheet as Tigres took on Club America.

Here are five takes from the Liga MX weekend:

1. Tigres, Club America ready to challenge for titles

If you showed Saturday's 1-1 draw between Tigres and Club America to somebody who had never seen a Liga MX game, it would be as good an advert as you are likely to get for the league.

The two sides are set to be in the hunt for the Clausura...

Tigres and America renew rivalry; Atlas and Lobos in relegation scrap

With Landon Donovan set to make his debut for Club Leon, Herculez Gomez examines what the American legend is capable of for the Liga MX side.

ESPN FC's Liga MX writers pick out what you need to watch for in another exciting weekend of action.

In-form Tigres and America renew hostilities

All the ingredients are there for this match to turn into the game of the weekend. It could be the first time that Andre-Pierre Gignac and Jeremy Menez go head-to-head in an event that has never been seen before: two France international footballers playing against each other in a Liga MX game.

But regardless of dueling compatriots, this is not...

 By Nayib Moran

America stays top of Liga MX Power Rankings, Tigres drops to No. 4

Club America thrashed Lobos BUAP in Week 5 to stay ahead of the pack.

MEXICO CITY -- Monterrey and America got impressive 5-1 wins, which helped them consolidate their places at the top of the table. Frenchman Jeremy Menez scored his first Liga MX goal, while Erick Gutierrez and Keisuke Honda scored golazos but Pachuca still couldn't find the win. Pumas, led by an inspired Matias Alustiza, defeated Andre-Pierre Gignac's Tigres 2-0.

Here are the Power Rankings for Week 5:

1. CLUB AMERICA (no change)
With only 69 minutes of playing time, Jeremy Menez has his...

 By Tom Marshall

Upstart Pumas shock Tigres, America flying high and Chivas a mess

Alejandro Arribas celebrates after scoring a goal for Pumas in a win against Tigres.
Alejandro Arribas celebrates after scoring a goal for Pumas in an upset win over Tigres.

It was arguably the best weekend of action so far in the Liga MX 2018 Clausura, with a total of 25 goals scored, seven red cards and some surprising outcomes.

Here are five takeaways from the fifth round of matches.

1. Alustiza masterclass downs Tigres

Matias Alustiza was majestic for Pumas in the university team's 2-0 win over Tigres on Sunday.

In a sport with lower scoring than many others and in which individual moments can decide the result, it was Alustiza who produced to down the reigning...

 By Nayib Moran

America return to top of Liga MX Power Rankings, Tigres No. 2

Tigres' scintillating 3-2 win over Pachuca pushed them to No. 2 in the Power Rankings.

Tigres vs. Pachuca and Monterrey vs. Chivas were the best Week 4 games, both of which went down to the wire, but at the end both Nuevo Leon sides came out with important wins. Santos Laguna's Djaniny Tavares continues his impressive start to the Clausura; he already has six goals after four matches played.

Here are the Power Rankings for Week 4:

1. CLUB AMERICA (+1)
Miguel "Piojo" Herrera's America has yet to lose a game in the Clausura though its start to the new season hasn't been electrifying....

 By Nayib Moran

Club America's all-Mexican strikeforce the last of a dying breed in Liga MX

It seems players on Club America wanted to play a joke on ESPN's Marcelino Fernandez by making a 'bad pass' during his segment.
Herculez Gomez gives his early impressions of Miguel Herrera at Club America.

MEXICO CITY -- In the last few days in Liga MX, the piece of news that stole most of the headlines was the fact that four weekend games ended in scoreless draws -- Queretaro-Tigres, Cruz Azul-Leon, Monterrey-Tijuana and America-Pumas. The explanation for this unlikely event might be due to the fact that most clubs are still showing signs of preseason form, while several of them are still integrating new faces into their rosters.

Another detail that should be noted is that in the nine Liga MX matches...