ESPN FC's Leon Lecanda recaps Pachuca's emphatic injury-time goal by Victor Guzman to seal the Liga MX Clausura title.
Here are the latest stories from Monday.
MEXICO: Mexico and Olympiakos striker Alan Pulido is safe and healthy, almost 24 hours after he was kidnapped while returning from a party in his hometown of Ciudad Victoria in the northern border state of Tamaulipas.
- Mexico manager Juan Carlos Osorio tinkered with his starting XI and emerged with a 1-0 victory over Paraguay on Saturday.
GERMANY: Germany coach Joachim Low says he is not holding his four debutants responsible for a 3-1 defeat
Alaves secured their place back in La Liga on Sunday evening with a 2-0 win at home to Numancia.
The Basque side, who were beaten 5-4 by Liverpool in a thrilling UEFA Cup final in 2001, were last in the top flight in 2006 and spent four years in the third tier since then.
The club have only enjoyed 11 seasons in the top division in their 86-year history, but that will become 12 after first-half goals from Manuel Garcia and Raul gave them the victory they needed.
Alaves will seal
ESPN FC's Gab Marcotti says nothing is certain in the Zlatan Ibrahimovic saga, as the Swede looks for a new club.
The response was typically enigmatic. Typical Zlatan Ibrahimovic, in fact. Sweden's captain is not a man to be flustered by probing questions from the media.
"Let's see what happens," he said, breaking into a chuckle at Sweden's training camp on Thursday.