Leicester City
Game Details


2019/2020 Season

1 Toluca 4 0 0 12
2 Veracruz 1 1 2 4
3 Oaxaca 0 1 3 1
View Full Table »

Liga MX W2W4: Veracruz drama cure for crisis-ridden Chivas?

Liga MX Bancomer

Liga MX season reviews in brief

Liga MX

'Worst club' Veracruz gets Liga MX boot amid financial struggles

Liga MX side Veracruz has been disaffiliated from Mexico's first division, the Mexican federation (FMF) announced on Thursday.

The federation's assembly had voted in favor of kicking Los Tiburones Rojos out on Wednesday, following a financial breakdown at the club, sources had told ESPN's Rene Tovar.

FMF president Yon de Luisa confirmed disafilliation in an interview with TUDN on Thursday, saying that "the disaffiliation of Veracruz in all its categories was decided unanimously."

De Luisa added...

Unpaid wages, furious fans and 41 winless games: How Veracruz became the worst club in men's pro soccer

VERACRUZ, Mexico -- In a sense, it was the perfect backdrop for Veracruz' final home game of 2019 in Liga MX. A "norte" -- a peculiar local term for a storm coming down off the Gulf of Mexico -- helped wrap up a year in which Los Tiburones Rojos has played 17 Liga MX matches in Estadio Luis "Pirata" Fuente, scored 11 goals and conceded 32 times, picking up a total of six points.

Rain swept almost vertically across the run-down stadium on that Friday, Nov. 8, soaking spectators before kickoff against...

Violence, mismanaged protests, gunfights: Veracruz's problems cap off horror weekend for Mexican soccer

MEXICO CITY -- A child crying in the arms of his mother on the field of Estadio Alfonso Lastras presented an appropriate visual representation of what was a nightmare weekend for Mexican soccer.

Violence, mismanaged protests and a suspended game capped off a weekend that the Mexican federation (FMF) and Liga MX will want to move on from as quickly as possible but will need to learn from moving forward. These were events that flew in the face of the idea that the Mexican game is modernizing and...

Veracruz players give up two goals while protesting unpaid wages

Veracruz players protested unpaid wages by refusing to play for the first 4 minutes and 20 seconds of Friday's 3-1 Liga MX home loss against Tigres, giving up two early goals in the process.

Tigres' players joined the protest for the first 60 seconds, but then began to play after goalkeeper Sebastian Jurado kicked the ball away and ceded possession.

Tigres' Eduardo Vargas kicked the ball into an empty net at 1:39, and Andre-Pierre Gignac added the second past motionless goalkeeper Jurado at 3:55....