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How Santos, Xolos are trying to attract English-speaking soccer fans in U.S.

One Nacion's Katia Castorena breaks down the dramatic draw between Pachuca and Tijuana to extend Los Xolos' unbeaten streak to seven games.

In terms of TV ratings, Mexico's Liga MX is the most popular soccer league in the United States.

With impressive ratings that regularly exceed the Premier League and Major League Soccer, the domestic competition from south of the border reigns supreme when it comes to catching fans' attention. Even the Manchester derby, which drew 623k U.S. viewers on Sept. 10, was outdone by multiple Liga MX matches; Cruz Azul vs. Club America brought in 676k later that evening, while Monterrey vs. Club Tijuana...

ESPN FC  By ESPN staff

ESPN FC's Liga MX Midseason Awards: Best player, signing, biggest flop, more

One Nacion's Katia Castorena and Leon Lecanda recap Club America's thrilling comeback victory over rivals Cruz Azul.

We began the 2016 Apertura worried. Where's the wild Liga MX we know and love? No sooner had we started to ask questions about dull goalless draws and crisis at Chivas than the league decided to explode en route to a whopping 40 goals in Week 6. Okay, we're back.

Manuel "Chepo" de la Torre took over at Santos Laguna after Luis Zubeldia and the club parted ways, Carlos Salcedo became the latest Mexican player to leave for Europe following a 2-2 Clasico Tapatio against Atlas, and Chivas...

ESPN FC  By ESPN staff

Liga MX Talking Points: Will "Chepo" de la Torre succeed with Santos?

Former Mexico manager Jose Manuel de la Torre is Santos Laguna's new head coach.

On Tuesday, Jose Manuel "Chepo" de la Torre was confirmed as Santos Laguna's new head coach following Luis Zubeldia's departure. But will he succeed with a struggling, winless side? Is he the right fit? We asked our Liga MX bloggers Tom Marshall, Nayib Moran and Cesar Hernandez to share their thoughts on "Chepo's" appointment.

Good match for coach and club, but pressure is on

This seems a good match for both coach and club and it's good to have De la Torre back in the Liga MX. Santos will become...

 By Tom Marshall

Abella hoping Mexico Olympic success propels U23s to senior national team

Mexican soccer is living in the post-"siete cero" era after suffering a crushing 7-0 defeat to Chile in the Copa America Centenario. It's a time of reflection and re-evaluation.

In the midst of this process comes the Olympics in Rio de Janeiro, where Mexico will kick off on Aug. 4 against Germany. There is naturally pressure on the young members of the Mexico Olympic squad charged with defending the gold obtained four years ago at London 2012; another failure would provoke an additional...

 By Nayib Moran

Monterrey tops Liga MX Power Rankings ahead of Apertura 2016

Carlos Sanchez
Carlos Sanchez and Monterrey are top candidates to win the Apertura 2016.

With just two days left before the start of the Liga MX Apertura 2016, here are our Liga MX Power Rankings entering the new campaign.

1. MONTERREY: The 2010 Apertura was the the last time Monterrey lifted the Liga MX title. Since then, Los Rayados have gone on to become one of the most advanced clubs in Mexico -- opening the impeccable Estadio BBVA Bancomer in August 2015 and consistently bringing in top talent. Edwin Cardona, Dorlan Pabon and Carlos Sanchez are still around, securing La...