Players to Watch
Gignac has been the best player in North America since he arrived in 2015. The 37-year-old Frenchman may be older, but he's still a dominant force in Liga MX. He finished third in goals in the most recent Apetura campaign and has five goals in ten games this year.
He's older and has dealt with injuries this year, but Gignac is still one of the best players in the game.
Quinones is Tigres's primary creator. The Colombian winger has terrorized MLS backlines in CCL for years, and at 31 years old, he's not stopping now. He's struggled in his last three appearances, but Quinones is still one of the leading attackers on the team.
Tigres signed Ibánez from Pachuca in January for more than $10 million, and the Argentine has three goals in his first seven games for Tigres. He's been one of the best forwards in Liga MX for the last few seasons and adds yet another winger to UANL's arsenal.