Mexico: 5 Things We Learned in Liga MX Weekend

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Mexico: 5 Things We Learned in Liga MX Weekend
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The fifth date of Liga MX brought the most expected match of the tournament: Tigres vs. Tijuana.

Both squads were tied atop the table with 12 points (no defeats) and were seeking to take the outright lead.

Meanwhile, América wanted to get back to winning ways, after last weekend's surprising defeat against Atlas. Raúl Jiménez, one of the youngest members on the team, accomplished the feat.

Querétaro can practically kiss goodbye to its chances of staying in Mexico's first division.

Another team close to the relegation is León. Despite playing last season's semifinals, "Los Panzas Verdes" need to improve soon. They sit second to last with just two points.

Join me and let's find out which five things we learned in Liga MX weekend.

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