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MEXICAN LIGA BBVA BANCOMER

2019/2020 Season

POS TEAM W D L PTS
1 Monterrey 5 2 0 17
2 U.A.N.L 5 1 1 16
3 León 4 2 1 14
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The Red Bulls went on top in the 39th minute when a Bradley Wright-Phillips side volley was saved by Pantoja goalie Odalis Baez, only to see the ball ricochet back off Jean Innocent into the net.

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This week, our Power Rankings will take on the holiday's theme with...

Monterrey, Tigres lavish spending shows Liga MX's decreasing parity

As MLS and Liga MX mull a new tournament like the SuperLiga of the mid-2000s, Taylor Twellman says the time is right for a new competition.

Tigres visit Veracruz and Monterrey host Lobos BUAP this weekend in round six of games in the 2019 Apertura and in Liga MX terms, it doesn't get much more David vs. Goliath. The "anyone can win" aspect of Liga MX has been cited as one of the strengths of the league compared to others around the world, but when the two Clasico Regio teams face off against respective minnows Veracruz and Lobos BUAP, it puts the gulf between teams at the top and bottom of the Liga MX under the microscope.

With...