The German clubs are back to action which means the entire Mexican abroad legion is active. This weekend had some big games for some, as others clubs came up short.
Take a look at how they performed…
Carlos got the start, as usual, against Celta Vigo in the 1-0 victory for Real Sociedad. He played 71 minutes, and Real Sociedad scored their lone goal in the 72nd.
Carlos was not used in the 3-0 victory over Chievo. It is apparent that a new formation was used which might be reason as to why he was inactive.
Diego started at center-back against Granada, and came up big in the 3-1 victory for Espanyol.
All three Mexicans were back in the starting XI for FC Porto. Miguel Layún finally has returned from his injury, and they helped their club record a 4-2 victory against Rio Ave.
Raúl is still recovering from a groin injury and was not active this weekend.
Chicharito started for Bayer Leverkusen and was a contributor in their 3-1 win over Hertha Berlin. He recorded an assist, as well as had several dangerous shots. A good start after the winter break.
It’s been a while since both Mexicans at PSV have had a big game, but Sunday was one for the books. Andrés was pivotal in the game winning goal with the send in, while Moreno was responsible for the game winner, scoring in the final minute for PSV.
Memo was in the XI in the 1-3 loss to Espanyol.
Marco was not active in the 3-0 thrashing of Frankfurt against RasenBallsport Leipzig.
Jona started and played 83 minutes in the loss to Valencia. It was an uncharacteristically bad game for the revamped Villarreal squad.
Three Mexicans (Andrés Guardado, Rafael Márquez, Hirving Lozano) were selected in the CONCACAF Best XI of 2016. Moreover, Liga MX star André-Pierre Gignac was selected as well.
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