has not played for the USA for more than three years, but he continues to have an outstanding career in Mexico. "El Gringo," now in his 11th season in Liga MX at the age of 28,
started again for Tigres in a 1-0 win at Guadalajara that extended its unbeaten start to the Torneo Apertura to 10 games. Jose Torres
Titles: LIGA MX Tigres
(2015-16 Apertura) CAMPEON DE CAMPIONES Tigres
(2016) CONCACAF CHAMPIONS LEAGUE Pachuca
(2010) CONCACAF CHAMPIONS CUP Pachuca
Torres has started eight of the 10 games for Tigres, which leads Tijuana by four points with one more game played.
Xolos faces Queretaro on Wednesday. Tigres is the defending Apertura champion. He played in the final Tigres won over UNAM on penalty kicks.
His 262 Liga MX appearances are the most by
any American. He came back from a back injury that sidelined him for the first half of 2015.
He's not only won Liga MX but he's the only American to win both the Concacaf Champions Cup
and its successor tournament, the Concacaf Champions League, which he did with Pachuca. MEXICO, Liga MX TUESDAY: Omar Gonzalez
(Pachuca), 81 minutes, 5-1 at Morelia Jose Torres
(Tigres), 61 minutes, 1-0 at Guadalajara Marco Vidal
70 minutes, 2-3 at Puebla WEDNESDAY:
Paul Arriola (Tijuana), vs. Queretaro
Jonathan Bornstein (Queretaro), at Tijuana
Edgar Castillo (Monterrey), vs. Santos
De la Tejera (Leon), vs. Chiapas
Greg Garza (Tijuana), vs. Queretaro
Luis Gil (Queretaro), at Tijuana
Miguel Ibarra (Leon), vs. Chiapas
Amando Moreno (Tijuana), vs.
Michael Orozco (Tijuana), vs. Queretaro
Jorge Villafana (Santos), at Monterrey
William Yarbrough (Leon), vs. Chiapas