Leaders on Cruz control
Cruz Azul remain two points clear at the top of the Mexican Apertura after a 3-0 win over Santos Laguna.
Manuel Vela put the home side ahead after just six minutes and Horacio Cervantes and Christian Gimenez ensured a comfortable win for the home side.
Nearest rivals Monterrey also enjoyed a home win, beat Toluca 2-0 with a 16th-minute opener from Jesus Zavala and an own goal from Francisco Gamboa 10 minutes from time.
Elsewhere, San Luis beat Queretaro 3-2 thanks to a winning goal scored just two minutes after they had been reduced to 10 men. Juan Carlos Medina put San Luis in front with just a minute on the clock, but the visitors hit back to take the lead through Julio Nava and Sergio Blanco.
Michael Arroyo made it 2-2 and a draw looked likely when Sergio Ponce was sent off 12 minutes from time, only for Cesar Gonzalez to snatch an 80th-minute winner.
Atlante also finished with 10 men after Lider Marmol was sent off after 55 minutes of their 1-1 draw with Tigres Monterrey. Johan Fano had put Atlante in front, but an own goal from Jose Carevic gave the visitors a point.
It was a similar story between Pachuca and Morelia, who drew 1-1 in a game which saw Pachuca's goalkeeper Miguel Calero sent off six minutes from time. Pachuca led through Carlos Pena's 12th-minute strike but Miguel Sabah equalised after 59 minutes.
The day's final game saw Guadalajara beat Necaxa 1-0 thanks to Marco Fabian's 69th-minute goal.