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MEXICAN LIGA BBVA MX

2019/2020 Season

POS TEAM W D L PTS
11 Tijuana 7 3 8 24
12 Cruz Azul 5 8 5 23
13 UNAM 6 5 7 23
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Leagues Cup triumph huge for Cruz Azul, but tournament still a work in progress

ESPN FC's Alejandro Moreno says a merger between MLS and Liga MX will not work because of the huge structural differences of the sport in the United States.

LAS VEGAS -- The announced attendance at the inaugural Leagues Cup final between Cruz Azul and Tigres UANL was 20,132, or just over half of Sam Boyd Stadium's 40,000 capacity. The tally was fitting given that half-measures defined the first edition of the tournament.

While word of the creation of the Leagues Cup first leaked out in February, it wasn't until late May that the teams were finalized. The venue for Wednesday's final, which mostly serves as the home for UNLV's college football team, wasn't...

Cruz Azul hold off Tigres, win Leagues Cup title

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A second-half penalty from Yoshimar Yotun and another goal from Jonathan Rodriguez two minutes later gave Cruz Azul a 2-1 win over Tigres UANL in the inaugural Leagues Cup final on Wednesday night.

The latest venture between Liga MX and MLS started with four clubs from each league but culminated with two of Mexico's preeminent clubs playing for the tournament's title at Sam Boyd Stadium in Las Vegas.

- Marshall: How would a MLS-Liga MX merger look like? 

The win gives Cruz Azul manager...

Portuguese coach Caixinha leaves Cruz Azul

Former Rangers boss Pedro Caixinha has become the fourth manager to leave a Liga MX club over the early weeks of the Apertura.
Former Rangers boss Pedro Caixinha has become the fourth manager to leave a Liga MX club since the beginning of the Apertura.

Cruz Azul head coach Pedro Caixinha has agreed to part ways with the club, bringing the Portuguese manager's 18-month stint in the Liga MX  to an end, a club statement confirmed on Monday.

Cruz Azul are 11th in Liga MX having tied 1-1 against Chivas at home on Saturday. Caixinha had indicated after the match that he was already planning for upcoming games, including the Leagues Cup final in Las Vegas against Tigres on Sept. 18.

The club will now be look for a new manager in the international...