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Winners, Losers, and Lost: Week 2 - A14

Each week this column will look back at the results from the weekend in Liga MX. It will heap praise on the Big Winner, lament for the Big Loser, and ridicule something that appears to be Completely Lost based on the weekend's action.   

The Big Winners: Chivas

The Evolution of Xolos

It's been a bit of a bumpy road for Xolos over the last two seasons.

Cruz Azul v. Xolos: Breaking Down the CCL Semifinal

One half of the Concacaf Champions League final is now complete. Toluca defeated Alajuelense in the two-legged semifinal match-up by a 3-0 aggregate. The Liga MX club now awaits their Mexican rival to decide which team will win the title and have the chance to represent Concacaf in the Club World Cup. Whom exactly that will be will be determined on Wednesday night in Estadio Azul.

Concacaf Champions League: The Mexican Three

Now that the knockout rounds of the Concacaf Champions League are finally here, we get to see some intriguing Liga MX-MLS match-ups. For those unfamiliar with what these MLS teams are up against, here’s a brief look into the three Liga MX teams visiting the states for the first legs this week.



San Jose / Toluca

The Power Shift

The past several years were marked by a changing of the guard. The usual powers of Mexican soccer slumped while others rose up to claim their coveted positions. That power shift, which seemed to be   potentially long-lasting, has faded away this season.

Top Stories of Week Six

We're now into second third of the Liga MX Clausura, and this week brought some surprises and note-worthy events. Here's Kim Tate's top moments in Liga MX for week six.

Trading Places: A Preview (of sorts) of the Apertura 2013 Season

If Mexican league fans learned anything this year, it’s that everything has a price. We are more than used to jerseys smattered with more sponsors than a race car. However this summer took it to another level. We saw a rash of clubs being scooped up by other cities for coveted top flight position and the league receiving a ridiculous branding stamp right over its recently christened name. 

Tijuana: Apertura 2012 Champions

This past Sunday, I took the trip to Toluca for the second leg of the Liga MX final. Tijuana traveled to Toluca with a small pocket of fans and destroyed the hopes of the home team reaching their eleventh title. The home faithful went from a chanting and boisterous confidence to a mournful (and occasional tearful) bunch looking to flee the scene of a crime. Below are the pictures that tell the tale as best as I could with my camera and my obstructed views. 

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