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The top valued player is Florian Thauvin who plays for Tigres UANL. He is valued at €14.00m. the highest value club is CF Monterrey, valued at €85.90m. The highest transfer fee received was for Enner Valencia who transferred to West Ham for €15.00m back in 2014. More recently Edson Álvarez transferred to Ajax for €15.00m. Chivas paid the highest fee, who paid €14.75m for Rodolfo Pizarro in 2017. In the 2018/19 season Rodolfo Pizarro transferred once again in the Liga MX. Monterrey paid €14.50m for his services.
The youngest goalscorer is Heriberto Jurado who scored the only goal for Club Nexaca in the match against Queretaro FC. He was 17 years, 2 months and 9 days old at that time. The all-time goalscorer is Omar Bravo, who scored 136 goals in 372 matches. The most successful debut was the debut of Richard Núñez who scored 4 goals for CD Cruz Azul in his first match for the club. The fastest hattrick was scored by Djaniny who scored the three goals in just 8 minutes. The player who scored 4 goals the fastest is Salvador Cabañas who scored 4 goals in just 27 minutes for Club America.
The Liga MX, officially known as the Liga BBVA MX is contested by 18 clubs. The league is considered the strongest in North America. It is the world’s fourth most attended football league behind the Bundesliga, Premier League and La Liga. The league is split into two tournaments, Apertura, which starts in the summer and Clausura which starts in the winter. The first 4 teams in the table at the end of the regular phase of the tournament qualify directly to the liguilla, play-offs, while the next 8 teams qualify for the play-in round that determines the next 4 liguilla spots. Promotion and relegation from and to the Liga MX are suspended for five years. This is due to the folding of the 2nd division of the Mexican system. According to CONCACAF, the league with an average attendance of 25.557 draws the largest crowds on average of any football league in the Americas.