Club America's match against Chivas set for Saturday in the Estadio Azteca has been postponed, America owner Televisa confirmed Wednesday. The two clubs are the country's oldest rivals and the Clasico Nacional is one of the most anticipated matches of the year. But fans will continue to wait as the Mexico City recovers from a Tuesday earthquake that caused more than two dozen buildings to collapse throughout the capital and the surrounding region, killing more than 200 people.
The 10th round of the Liga MX Apertura has been postponed as Mexico continues to recover from an earthquake that rocked central Mexico. "The Liga Bancomer MX, along with all competitions in the category like Under-20, Under-17 and Under-15, are suspending activity this weekend," a league statement released Wednesday afternoon read. "We're inviting all our fans to participate and help at different collection centers in support of those affected by the earthquake September 19."
The Round of 16 of the Copa MX has been postponed after an earthquake struck in central Mexico, Liga MX officials announced Tuesday. The quake, which U.S. Geological Survey calculated as having a magnitude of 7.1 and an epicenter in the state of Puebla, has caused buildings to collapse. Authorities have asked people to avoid leaving home if possible to keep roads clear for emergency personnel, and the league elected to postpone the entire Round of 16.
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Selecting a term
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