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Lazio
Cittadella
4
1
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Hereford F.C.
Fleetwood Town
0
2
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Swansea City
Manchester City
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4
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Liverpool
West Bromwich Albion
0
0
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Manchester United
AFC Bournemouth
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Tottenham Hotspur
Brighton & Hove Albion
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West Ham United
Arsenal
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Al-Jazira
Real Madrid
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Bayern Munich
FC Cologne
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AC Milan
Hellas Verona
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Strasbourg
Paris Saint-Germain
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4
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Celtic
Hamilton Academical
3
1
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Hibernian
Rangers
1
2
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Flamengo
Independiente
1
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 By Nayib Moran

America, Chivas lead list of challengers to Nuevo Leon powers Tigres, Monterrey

Monterrey was a sea of blue and yellow Monday morning as Tigres celebrated their Toreno Apertura title after beating Rayados.

MEXICO CITY -- Monterrey fans want to forget about the week, while Tigres fans still want the week to continue, and it's likely that it will keep running all the way until New Year's Eve. The main event that was last week's Final Regia was the result of two clubs that have worked hard to become the best in the country. The notion that there will be more Clasico Regio finals in the immediate future is one that makes a lot of sense because Monterrey and Tigres are on a straight line, working to become...

Liga MX season-in-a-sentence reviews for every team

It was another great season for Tigres, who have won the Apertura three seasons in a row.

Thanks to a competition format that schedules two tournaments per year, Liga MX seasons can at times feel like a whirlwind. With two playoff runs and two ensuing champions in less than 12 months, the scheduling might seem chaotic, but it's what truly makes the Mexican first division so thrilling to follow.

In the spirit of that brevity, we've decided to provide a one-sentence season review for each Liga MX team. If you didn't get a chance to keep up with the rapid pace of the league, here's what...

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Monterrey, Tigres can make city's wish come true with Clasico Regio final

Jorge Torres and Tigres will look to once again be on the attack versus America on Saturday night.

MEXICO CITY -- Two more games separate Monterrey and Tigres from a potential Liga MX final that an entire city has coveted for years and that's now only 180 minutes away from taking place. The two clubs from Monterrey made visits to Mexico City and Morelia, respectively, and got important 1-0 away wins. America and Morelia will head to Monterrey with the monumental challenge to get wins at a place where Monterrey and Tigres combined for zero home losses in 17 regular-season and two Liguilla matches.

Morelia...

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Slumping Oribe Peralta hopes to enhance legend status vs. Tigres

With the Liguilla quarterfinals complete, Herculez Gomez and Max Bretos discuss what they learned and what to expect in the semis.

MEXICO CITY -- "Oribeeeeee Peraaaaltaaaaaa, Oribeeeeee Peraaaaltaaaaaa!," sung Club America's supporters group, La Monumental, as the veteran striker walked off the field. He was one of the last America players to walk into the tunnel after Las Aguilas advanced to the semifinals. Over 180 minutes, neither America nor Cruz Azul could get on the scoreboard.

In the Clasico Joven Liguilla series, Peralta missed a penalty in the first leg and had two great shots on target that he couldn't...

 By Tom Marshall

Morelia look to stop Monterrey charge; America need to find goals vs. Tigres

With the Liguilla quarterfinals complete, Herculez Gomez and Max Bretos discuss what they learned and what to expect in the semis.

The semifinals of the 2017 Apertura are made up of the top four seeds of the regular season, with Monterrey taking on Morelia and Tigres facing Club America.

Here's a breakdown of each of the matchups:

No. 1 seed Monterrey vs. No. 4 Morelia

8:30 PM ET Thursday, Nov. 30 at Estadio Morelos; 7 PM ET Sunday, Dec. 3 at Estadio BBVA Bancomer

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Monterrey swiped Atlas away with the kind of ease that shouldn't be associated with playoff football. Atlas looked like a side from a lower division against...

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