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What would a Liga MX All-Star Game look like?

Oribe Peralta could lead a strong Mexico team in a Liga MX all-star game.

Editor's Note: This piece originally appeared on ESPN Deportes.

Given that it's a real thing for most North American sports leagues, we went through a hypothetical exercise as to what would happen if the Liga MX Bancomer had an All-Star break, with an ensuing competition featuring the competition's best players. The results were as follows:


The ESPN All-Star Game will be held at Estadio Azul as a way of honoring the storied venue days before its scheduled demolition.

Oribe Peralta and Andre-Pierre...

Djaniny Tavares, Keisuke Honda lead Liga MX midseason Best XI

Djaniny ran away with Liga MX's golden boot with 14 goals.
Djaniny Tavares has been a revelation in Liga MX since arriving at Santos Laguna.

Believe it or not, we are now past the halfway point of the Liga MX regular season. With only eight matchdays left until the start of the playoffs, let's take a look back at those who have excelled over the first half of the 2018 Clausura.

GK: Gibran Lajud, Club Tijuana

The 24-year-old Mexican has been nothing short of brilliant for Club Tijuana. After nine games in net, Lajud has only allowed five goals. The goalkeeper has been a revelation for Xolos and as long as he continues to take charge...

Henry Martin, Hirving Lozano stay red-hot, Orbelin Pineda trending down

Sebastian Salazar and Herculez Gomez recap Mexico's first friendly of 2018, discuss who's on track to make Osorio's World Cup squad and reflect on Jonathan Gonzalez's debut.

Little by little, the World Cup is quickly inching closer to its opening date of June 14th. With only a few months to go until Russia 2018, several national teams are now fine-tuning their tactics and rosters before the much-anticipated tournament.

For Mexico manager Juan Carlos Osorio, he too will need to soon decide which 23 players will represent El Tri. Although it can be argued that most of the roster is already set, there is still space for a few players to sneak into a last minute plane...

 By Tom Marshall

Mexico's fringe players get final chance to make World Cup case

ESPN FC's Herculez Gomez gives his take on where the U.S. fell short with Jonathan Gonzalez, leading him to choose to play for Mexico.

Mexico coach Juan Carlos Osorio named a 23-player squad Thursday ahead of El Tri's first match of 2018, next Wednesday against Bosnia and Herzegovina in San Antonio.

Here are five takes from the all-Liga MX/MLS list:

Not many World Cup places up for grabs

Some in Mexico have criticized Osorio for his rotation policy, but when it comes to the core of his squad for FIFA international dates and major tournaments, it's actually been very consistent.

Basically, the established Europe-based...

Assessing the ins, outs from Mexico's squad to face Bosnia and Herzegovina

Carlos Vela joins the FC crew to talk about leaving Europe to join MLS expansion team LAFC, the brewing rivalry with LA Galaxy and Mexico's World Cup outlook.

Time is running out for players to make an impact on Mexico coach Juan Carlos Osorio as the clock ticks down toward the 2018 World Cup. Thursday saw the squad announced for next week's friendly vs. Bosnia & Herzegovina in San Antonio, Texas, so we asked our writers to react to some of the names included and excluded.

In: Henry Martin

Ex-Tijuana man Henry Martin has been a pleasant surprise so far for America.
Henry Martin's move from Tijuana to America has revived his international career.

As expected, Osorio's introductory squad for 2018 was a mix of old and new. Barred from selecting any players active in Europe, the coach picked a few mainstays including...

 By Nayib Moran

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

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...