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1dDavid Faitelson

Cruz Azul works on shedding old identity

Liga MX's first four weeks give a sense that the name "Cruz Azul" is no longer synonymous with epic collapses and a lack of confidence.

2dEric Gomez

Liga MX Power Rankings: Cruz Azul stays top

Cruz Azul continued its perfect start as America and Toluca close in, with seven teams now within striking distance of the No. 1 spot in Liga MX.

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3dTom Marshall

Red cards dominate the Liga MX weekend

It was a red-card affected round of games this weekend in the Liga MX's 2018 Apertura, and one that saw Pumas and Cruz Azul remain undefeated.

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5dTom Marshall, Cesar Hernandez and Eric Gomez, Mexico writers

Liga MX W2W4: Mexican youngsters out to make mark

With the World Cup blues fading, this is a good weekend to scout some of the best young talent in Liga MX and see what El Tri's future could be.

5dAlberto Hernandez, ESPN Deportes

Herrera's return to Monterrey will be a warm one

"Piojo" Herrera and Monterrey were never able to reach the promised land together, but each has experienced success after going their separate ways.

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6dCesar Hernandez

Unsung Aguilar leading the revival at Cruz Azul

Cruz Azul's unbeaten start has been one of Liga MX's biggest surprises but with Pablo Aguilar now leading the defense should we even be surprised?

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7dCesar Hernandez

Can Pachuca resolve its early crisis in the Apertura?

Pachuca is without a point after three matches, the departures of Keisuke Honda and Diego Alonso taking a toll. But the club could turn it around.

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9dTom Marshall

Lainez hints at being the future for Mexico

Diego Lainez has for a few years now been considered Mexico's next great young talent. On Saturday against Pachuca he showed exactly why.

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13dTom Marshall, Eric Gomez and Cesar Hernandez, Mexico writers

W2W4: Liga MX's best on display as Cruz Azul host Tigres

The Liga MX table is starting to take shape. Some big clubs are need to right the ship, while others hope to keep their momentum going.

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15dTom Marshall, Mexico correspondent

Gignac rejects Monaco offer, staying at Tigres

French striker Andre-Pierre Gignac has rejected an approach from Ligue 1's Monaco and reiterated his desire to retire with Liga MX side Tigres.

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15dTom Marshall, Mexico correspondent

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

With the MLS committed to a game with Liga MX's best in the future, Tom Marshall picks his hypothetical Liga MX All-Star team to play the MLS.

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16dTom Marshall, Mexico correspondent

Ferretti says 'thanks...but no' to Mexico job

Tigres manager Ricardo "Tuca" Ferretti has ruled himself out of the Mexico job, after recent reports suggested he was the federation's top choice.