Pumas and Leon's great starts to the Clausura are great for the spectacle in Liga MX but there's more than one team still searching for its best form. Many clubs are still integrating new faces to their rosters, which means that the best part of the league won't start until somewhere around Week 7. Among the new faces, of course, is Landon Donovan. 1. LEON (+5) Leon has started the season on a positive note, beating Toluca 3-1 this weekend.
Landon Donovan is "a winner" who will make a big contribution to Club Leon, sporting director Rodrigo Fernandez has said. The signing of U.S. legend Donovan, announced on Friday, was the surprise of the Liga MX January transfer window. The 35-year-old came out of retirement to sign for Leon and is due to be officially presented at Estadio Leon at 9 p.m. local time on Monday. His No. 20 shirt is on sale at the club shop.
Two weeks have come and gone in the nascent Clausura 2018 in Mexico, and already some captivating storylines have grabbed fans' attention. In true Liga MX fashion, there's much to be talked about both on and off the pitch. Here's what we learned after another weekend of play:For a moment, it seemed like the days of yore at the Estadio Olimpico when Pumas dominated an Atlas team that looked overmatched from the start of the match.
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Selecting a term
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