Previous
Chelsea
Watford
4
2
FT
Game Details
Huddersfield Town
Manchester United
2
1
FT
Game Details
Manchester City
Burnley
3
0
FT
Game Details
Barcelona
Málaga
2
0
FT
Game Details
Eintracht Frankfurt
Borussia Dortmund
2
2
FT
Game Details
Hamburg SV
Bayern Munich
0
1
FT
Game Details
United States U17
England U17
1
4
FT
Game Details
AS Monaco
Caen
2
0
FT
Game Details
Napoli
Internazionale
0
0
FT
Game Details
U.A.N.L
Toluca
3
0
FT
Game Details
América
Necaxa
0
1
FT
Game Details
Next

MEXICAN LIGA MX

2017/2018 Season

POS TEAM W D L PTS
1 Monterrey 8 3 1 27
2 América 8 2 4 26
3 U.A.N.L 7 4 2 25
View Full Table »

America eye playoffs in Clasico Nacional

Five Aside
Read

W2W4: Stakes raised in the Clasico Joven

Liga MX
Read

W2W4: Herrera returns to Tijuana with America

Liga MX
Read

W2W4: Chivas needs a win vs. Puebla

Liga MX
Read
 By Nayib Moran

Miguel Herrera has everyone on the same page again at Club America

America are firing on all cylinders and look to be a strong contender for the Apertura title.
 

MEXICO CITY -- Sixty minutes were controlled by Chivas. The Clasico Nacional was turning into a one team performance, where Matias Almeyda's side, commanded the game in the possession of the ball and the attitude. Chivas showed desperateness to walk away with the win, while Club America looked troubled, lacking initiative, where the only player trying to create danger was Darwin Quintero. However, those strong 60 minutes weren't enough, and Las Aguilas won the 228th edition...

 By Tom Marshall

Club America fights back to defeat plucky Chivas in Clasico Nacional

Oribe Peralta's goal in the 71st minute got America's comeback started against Chivas.

The Clasico Nacional between Club America and Chivas dominated the midweek Liga MX matches, which had been postponed from last month due to the Sept. 19 earthquake in Mexico. Here are five takes from the games:

1. America takes the Clasico Nacional

Ultra-competitive Miguel Herrera has once again molded a team with his fighting spirit. This Clasico Nacional against Chivas looked lost for Club America. Chivas were on top in almost every department and America seemed to be losing patience...

 By Tom Marshall

Sanchez's 1993 America-Monterrey match-fixing claims 'stupid' - referee

Hugo Sanchez
Mexico great Hugo Sanchez claims he was involved in a Club America-Monterrey match that was fixed in 1993.

Hugo Sanchez's assertions that a Club America-Monterrey semifinal second leg in Mexico's first division in 1993 was fixed have been denied by the referee in question.

Mexico legend Sanchez was asked on ESPN's Futbol Picante on Tuesday whether he had been involved in a fixed match in his own career and the former Real Madrid striker didn't hesitate in replying in the affirmative.

"Yes, and shall I tell you which? I played for America and we played against Monterrey and they [the Mexican federation]...

America aim for first home regular-season win vs. Chivas in four years

Oribe Peralta
Oribe Peralta will look to help America to its third consecutive Liga MX victory.

Club America will look to strengthen its chances of securing a spot in the Liguilla on Wednesday when it hosts rival Chivas Guadalajara at Estadio Azteca in the 228th edition of the Clasico Nacional.

The game was originally scheduled to be played on Sept. 23 but was rescheduled after an earthquake hit Mexico City on Sept. 19, killing hundreds and destroying parts of the city and its surroundings. America has announced all proceeds from ticket sales of the game will be donated to those affected.

Currently...

 By Tom Marshall

Club America-Chivas showdown lacking typical fanfare

Leon looked set for a surprising draw with America, until Hernan Burbano's last-gasp winner stole the three points.

It's been a strange build-up to Wednesday's Clasico Nacional between Club America and Chivas in Estadio Azteca, shorn of the usual hype that accompanies the meeting of the Liga MX's two biggest clubs.

Chivas were greeted by fans at Mexico City airport on arrival in the capital on Tuesday, but only a handful followed the team to its hotel, whereas in recent editions of the Clasico Nacional there has been a carnival atmosphere on the eve of the match.