League Summary

Apertura 2018 Regular Season

Apertura 2018 Regular Season Table
Rk Squad Apps W D L GF GA GDiff Pts Notes
1Cruz Azul1711332613+1336→ Quarterfinals
2América179623317+1633→ Quarterfinals
3UNAM178632919+1030→ Quarterfinals
4Santos Laguna178632718+930→ Quarterfinals
5Monterrey179352519+630→ Quarterfinals
6UANL178543218+1429→ Quarterfinals
7Toluca178272722+526→ Quarterfinals
8Querétaro177551920-126→ Quarterfinals
9Morelia177462326-325
10Pachuca176652618+824
11Guadalajara175572122-120
12Puebla175572330-720
13Lobos BUAP175482125-419
14León175391823-518
15Tijuana174581324-1117
16Necaxa173591929-1014
17Atlas1725101127-1611
18Veracruz1724111740-2310

Apertura 2018 Liguilla

Quarterfinals

3–1
Nov 28
Querétaro
Cruz Azul
Dec 1
Cruz Azul
Querétaro
Cruz Azul won on aggregate score over two legs and advance to Semifinals.
5–4
Toluca  Club Crest 7
Nov 29
Toluca
América
Dec 2
América
Toluca
América won on aggregate score over two legs and advance to Semifinals.
3  Club Crest UNAM
4–3
UANL  Club Crest 6
Nov 29
UANL
UNAM
Dec 2
UNAM
UANL
UNAM won on aggregate score over two legs and advance to Semifinals.
4  Club Crest Santos
0–3
Nov 28
Monterrey
Santos
Dec 1
Santos
Monterrey
Monterrey won on aggregate score over two legs and advance to Semifinals.

Semifinals

1–1
Dec 5
Monterrey
Cruz Azul
Dec 8
Cruz Azul
Monterrey
Cruz Azul won when aggregate scores were level after two matches, with the tiebreaker going to the team with the higher seed and advance to Finals.
7–2
UNAM  Club Crest 3
Dec 6
UNAM
América
Dec 9
América
UNAM
América won on aggregate score over two legs and advance to Finals.

Finals

0–2
Dec 13
América
Cruz Azul
Dec 16
Cruz Azul
América
América won on aggregate score over two legs.

Clausura 2019 Regular Season

Clausura 2019 Regular Season Table
Rk Squad Apps W D L GF GA GDiff Pts Notes
1León1713224114+2741→ Quarterfinals
2UANL1711423316+1737→ Quarterfinals
3Monterrey178633321+1230→ Quarterfinals
4Cruz Azul178632615+1130→ Quarterfinals
5América179262819+929→ Quarterfinals
6Necaxa178543224+829→ Quarterfinals
7Pachuca178453226+628→ Quarterfinals
8Tijuana179172520+528→ Quarterfinals
9Toluca177462823+525
10Puebla176651821-324
11Santos Laguna176472123-222
12Lobos BUAP176291734-1720
13Atlas1761101928-919
14Guadalajara175391621-518
15UNAM174581926-717
16Morelia172782031-1113
17Querétaro1732121130-1911
18Veracruz170413734-274

Clausura 2019 Liguilla

Quarterfinals

1  Club Crest León
5–2
May 8
Tijuana
León
May 11
León
Tijuana
León won on aggregate score over two legs and advance to Semifinals.
2  Club Crest UANL
2–2
May 8
Pachuca
UANL
May 11
UANL
Pachuca
UANL won when aggregate scores were level after two matches, with the tiebreaker going to the team with the higher seed and advance to Semifinals.
1–1
Necaxa  Club Crest 6
May 9
Necaxa
Monterrey
May 12
Monterrey
Necaxa
Monterrey won when aggregate scores were level after two matches, with the tiebreaker going to the team with the higher seed and advance to Semifinals.
2–3
May 9
América
Cruz Azul
May 12
Cruz Azul
América
América won on aggregate score over two legs and advance to Semifinals.

Semifinals

1  Club Crest León
1–1
May 16
América
León
May 19
León
América
León won when aggregate scores were level after two matches, with the tiebreaker going to the team with the higher seed and advance to Finals.
2  Club Crest UANL
1–1
May 15
Monterrey
UANL
May 18
UANL
Monterrey
UANL won when aggregate scores were level after two matches, with the tiebreaker going to the team with the higher seed and advance to Finals.

Finals

1  Club Crest León
0–1
UANL  Club Crest 2
May 23
UANL
León
May 26
León
UANL
UANL won on aggregate score over two legs.

League Table

League Table Table
Rk Squad Apps W D L GF GA GDiff Pts Attendance Top Team Scorer Goalkeeper Notes
1UANL3419966534+316641,132André-Pierre Gignac - 21Nahuel Guzmán
2Cruz Azul3419965228+246630,713Milton Caraglio - 15José Corona
3América3418886136+256226,462Guido Rodríguez - 7Agustín Marchesín
4Monterrey3417985840+186039,133Rogelio Funes Mori - 14Marcelo Barovero
5León34185115937+225920,230Ángel Mena - 14Rodolfo Cota
6Pachuca341410105844+145221,213Franco Jara - 16Alfonso Blanco Antúnez
7Santos Laguna341410104841+75223,235Julio Furch - 18Jonathan Orozco
8Toluca34156135545+105118,946Alexis Canelo - 8Alfredo Talavera
9UNAM341211114845+34723,002Felipe Mora, Carlos González Espínola - 12Alfredo Saldívar
10Tijuana34136153844-64525,218Miller Bolaños - 9Gibran Lajud
11Puebla341111124151-104418,117Lucas Cavallini - 11Nicolás Vikonis
12Necaxa341110135153-24314,909Brian Fernández - 16Hugo González Durán
13Lobos BUAP34116173859-21399,239Leonardo Ramos - 16José Antonio RodríguezRelegated 1
14Guadalajara34108163743-63828,151Alan Pulido - 7Raúl Gudiño
15Morelia34911144357-143820,309Miguel Sansores - 9Sebastián Sosa
16Querétaro34107173050-203717,301Camilo Sanvezzo - 13Tiago Volpi
17Atlas3486203055-253025,496Jefferson Duque - 6José Santiago Hernández
18Veracruz3428242474-501412,055Cristian Menéndez - 6Sebastián Jurado 2

Relegation Table

Relegation Table Table
Rk Squad Apps W D L GF GA GDiff Pts Pts/G Notes
1UANL10250312116491+731811.77
2Monterrey102493122173112+611781.75
3América102482925156113+431731.70
4Toluca102482331146120+261671.64
5Cruz Azul102403527140111+291551.52
6Tijuana102442335128114+141551.52
7León102442137156141+151531.50
8Pachuca102402933162133+291491.46
9Santos Laguna102353631141134+71411.38
10Necaxa102324030131122+91361.33
11Morelia102353037137148-111351.32
12UNAM102342741135146-111291.26
13Guadalajara102323040114125-111261.24
14Puebla102302943121150-291191.17
15Atlas102312546115145-301181.16
16Lobos BUAP34116173859-21391.15Relegated 1
17Querétaro102272946103146-431101.08
18Veracruz10221166586185-99790.77 2

Leaders

Red Cards
1. Andrés AndradeAtlas 2
Lorenzo ReyesAtlas 2
Christian TabóPuebla 2
Rubens SambuezaToluca 2
Felipe GallegosNecaxa 2
6. Pedro AquinoLeón 1
Stephen EustáquioCruz Azul 1
Jorge Eduardo SánchezAmérica 1
Alfredo TalaveraToluca 1
Paul AguilarAmérica 1
Michael Pérez OrtízGuadalajara 1
Rodrigo Javier NoyaVeracruz 1
Roger MartínezAmérica 1
DóriaSantos Laguna 1
Pablo César AguilarCruz Azul 1
Luis Fernando QuintanaUNAM 1
Gerardo Flores ZúñigaCruz Azul 1
Fernando Rubén GonzálezNecaxa 1
José Francisco TorresPuebla 1
Daniel ArreolaPuebla 1
Lucas CavalliniPuebla 1
Bruno ValdezAmérica 1
Carlos Alberto GutiérrezVeracruz 1
Alexis VegaGuadalajara 1
Brian FernándezNecaxa 1
Vladimir LoroñaPuebla 1
José MadueñaCruz Azul 1
Víctor MilkeQuerétaro 1
Hiram MuñozTijuana 1
Guido PizarroUANL 1
Cristian CalderónAtlas 1
Santiago GarcíaToluca 1
Edson GarcíaVeracruz 1
Jorge SeguraAtlas 1
Rafael BacaCruz Azul 1
Isaác BrizuelaGuadalajara 1
Alexis PérezQuerétaro 1
Pablo BarreraUNAM 1
Jesús MolinaGuadalajara 1
José Juan MacíasLeón 1
José AbellaSantos Laguna 1
Roberto MerazMorelia 1
Jesús Sánchez GarcíaGuadalajara 1
Javier AquinoUANL 1
Leiton JiménezLobos BUAP 1
Juan Carlos ValenzuelaTijuana 1
Ángel ZaldívarMonterrey 1
Alexander MejíaLeón 1
Rodrigo LópezVeracruz 1
Milton CaraglioCruz Azul 1
Daniel VillalvaQuerétaro 1
Facundo BarceloAtlas 1
Óscar MurilloPachuca 1
Rodrigo MillarMorelia 1
Orbelín PinedaGuadalajara 1
Alan PulidoGuadalajara 1
Franco JaraPachuca 1
Avilés HurtadoMonterrey 1
Yoshimar YotúnCruz Azul 1
Fernando TobioToluca 1
Gustavo VelásquezLobos BUAP 1
Rodolfo PizarroMonterrey 1
Jesús PaganoniVeracruz 1
Ventura AlvaradoNecaxa 1
Gabriel AchilierMorelia 1
Sebastián VegasMorelia 1
Rogelio Funes MoriMonterrey 1
Richard RuizToluca 1
William da SilvaToluca 1
Edson PuchQuerétaro 1

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