With the CONCACAF Champions League heating up this week, Eric Gomez looks at each Liga MX club's history in the competition in Power Rankings.
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Liga MX's winter transfer window was a bit different this year. ESPN FC's Tom Marshall recaps which teams helped themselves and which did not.
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A week ago, Tigres climbed to the top of our Power Rankings. But after defeat to Toluca, it's Los Diablos Rojos who lead Liga MX in Week 14.
Tigres climb over Santos Laguna and Toluca and into top spot, while Puebla slide further down the pecking order. Week 13 Liga MX Power Rankings.
With competition starting this week, here's a look at expectation for this year's four Liga MX representatives: Chivas, Tijuana, Tigres and America.
Club America's 5-1 rout of Lobos BUAP keeps them atop our Power Rankings while Tigres, their next opponent, dropped to fourth after losing vs. Pumas.
America, though perhaps not playing their best, have yet to lose a game in the Clausura; Tigres move to No. 2 with an epic win over Pachuca.
Frenchman Andre-Pierre Gignac's deft touch overshadowed the debut of countryman Jeremy Menez, while Chivas were let down by their defense.
Leon are still top of the heap after remaining unbeaten, with America second and Tigres third. Look out for Pumas, too, who are on the rise.
Leon's impressive 3-1 win over Toluca sent it soaring to the top of the Power Rankings, while America slipped down to No. 2 and Tigres to third.
Club America's week 1 win over Queretaro takes them top of Liga MX Power Rankings with Tigres slipping to second following a 2-1 defeat vs. Puebla.
Apertura finalists Tigres and Monterrey come in at #1 and #2 respectively in the first Liga MX Power Rankings of the season but #3 may surprise.
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