Liga MX Results: Best Goals and Complete Results from Matchday 11

Karla Villegas Gama@karlitsvFeatured ColumnistSeptember 23, 2013

Liga MX Results: Best Goals and Complete Results from Matchday 11

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    Photo: Imago7
    Photo: Imago7

    Matchday 11 is over and now it is clearer than ever which teams have the best chance to make it to the playoffs (Liguilla).

    America have two games pending and are co-leaders of the tournament, along with Leon.

    Morelia suffered a surprising defeat to Monterrey, which put them in third, two points behind the leaders. However, it meant Rayados' second consecutive win with manager Jose Guadalupe Cruz.

    Tijuana could not take advantage of playing at Estadio Caliente and the match ended in a scoreless draw to Cruz Azul.

    Toluca put up quite a show and humiliated Queretaro with an overwhelming 4-0.

    Let's catch all the results and the best goals of Matchday 11.

Results

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    Photo: Imago7
    Photo: Imago7

    America are back atop the general table but they are not alone. Leon put up a good fight against Guadalajara and secured a win on home soil.

    Atlante defeated UNAM with a superb goal by Hector Morales, which gave the Potros their first three points of the Apertura tournament.

    Tigres, Puebla, Tijuana, Cruz Azul, Atlas and Veracruz tied their games.

    Friday, September 20

    Morelia

    1-3

    Monterrey

    Tijuana

    0-0

    Cruz Azul

    Saturday, September 21

    America

    3-1

    Chiapas

    Tigres

    0-0

    Puebla

    Pachuca

    1-1

    Santos

    Atlante

    1-0

    UNAM

    Leon

    2-1

    Guadalajara

    Atlas

    3-3

    Verazcruz

    Sunday, September 22

    Toluca

    4-0

    Queretaro

5. Miguel Layun, America

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    Miguel Layun sent this 20-meter free kick to the back of the net in style. The left-back gave America its second goal of the night in what became a 3-1 win over Chiapas.

4. Aldo Leao, Morelia

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    Morelia were down by two goals before Aldo Leao scored this beauty.

    At the 66th minute, the Colombian took the ball outside the box and sent it straight to the corner. Jonathan Orozco could not do anything to avoid it.

    Despite the effort, Monterrey won 3-1.

3. Hector Morales, Atlante

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    Just when Atlante and UNAM were about to tie the game, Hector Morales changed its destiny.

    The game was already in stoppage time when Morales came from the left and defeated Pumas goalkeeper Alejandro Palacios with this powerful right-foot shot.

2. Luis Montes, Leon

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    The Leon midfielder scored this bicycle kick in the game against Guadalajara.

    Montes scored the Panzas Verdes second goal of the match. This was his first game back after a knee injury.

1. Rubens Sambueza, America

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    Rubens Sambueza opened the score for America with a superb long distance shot. The 29-year-old came from the left sideline and surprised Oscar Jimenez.

    This is Sambueza's second goal in the 2013 Apertura tournament.

General Table

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    Photo: Mexsport.
    Photo: Mexsport.

    This is how the general table looks like after 11 matchdays: 

    POSITION

    TEAM

    PLAYED

    W

    D

    L

    GD

    POINTS

    1

    America

    9

    7

    1

    1

    13

    22

    2

    Leon

    11

    6

    4

    1

    7

    22

    3

    Morelia

    11

    6

    2

    3

    5

    20

    4

    Queretaro

    11

    5

    3

    3

    1

    18

    5

    Toluca

    11

    4

    5

    2

    9

    17

    6

    Santos

    10

    4

    5

    1

    5

    17

    7

    Chiapas

    11

    4

    5

    2

    2

    17

    8

    Cruz Azul

    11

    5

    2

    4

    1

    17

    9

    Veracruz

    11

    3

    5

    3

    -1

    14

    10

    Tijuana

    10

    3

    4

    3

    2

    13

    11

    Tigres

    10

    3

    4

    3

    0

    13

    12

    Monterrey

    11

    3

    4

    4

    -2

    13

    13

    Puebla

    11

    2

    6

    3

    -1

    12

    14

    Pachuca

    11

    2

    5

    4

    -4

    11

    15

    Guadalajara

    10

    1

    4

    5

    -8

    7

    16

    Atlas

    11

    0

    7

    4

    -9

    7

    17

    Atlante

    11

    1

    3

    7

    -8

    6

    18

    UNAM

    11

    0

    5

    6

    -12

    5