Primera División de México Invierno 2001

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Primera División de México
Season 2001−02
Champions Pachuca (2nd title)

Primera División de México (Mexican First Division) Invierno 2001 is a Mexican football tournament - one of two short tournaments that take up the entire year to determine the champion(s) of Mexican football. It began on Saturday, July 21, 2001, and ran until November 25, when the regular season ended. La Piedad was promoted to the Primera División de México, allowing 19 teams to take part in the Mexican First Division as opposed to 18 teams that formed the previous tournaments. In the final Pachuca defeated UANL and became champions for the 2nd time.

Final Standings (groups)[edit]

Group 1
Club Pld W D L GF GA +/- Points
1. Cruz Azul.svg Cruz Azul 18 8 6 4 33 24 +9 30
2. Guadalajara.svg Guadalajara 18 6 8 4 20 20 0 26
3. Atlas.svg Atlas 18 6 3 9 25 29 -4 21
4. Monterrey.svg Monterrey 18 4 8 6 23 31 -8 20
5. 600px Bianco e Blu (V sul petto).png Celaya 18 5 4 9 27 33 -6 19
Group 2
Club Pld W D L GF GA +/- Points
1. Deportivo Toluca.png Toluca 18 8 8 2 33 22 +11 32
2. Santos.svg Santos 18 7 3 8 36 34 +2 24
3. Monarcas.svg Morelia 18 5 5 8 24 30 -6 20
4. 600px Rosso e Blu3.png Irapuato 18 4 7 7 27 26 +1 19
5. 600px Blu e Giallo (Strisce).png La Piedad 18 4 7 7 28 40 -12 19
Group 3
Club Pld W D L GF GA +/- Points
1. 600px Rosso e Bianco (strisce).png Necaxa 18 6 9 3 21 20 +1 27
2. Atlante.svg Atlante 18 6 8 4 24 21 +3 26
3. Club América flag.svg América 18 6 6 6 21 21 0 24
4. Estudiantes Tecos.png U.A.G. 18 4 7 7 21 23 -2 19
5. Leon.svg León 18 4 4 7 25 31 -6 19
Group 4
Club Pld W D L GF GA +/- Points
1. Tigres.png U.A.N.L. 18 11 3 4 26 12 +14 36
2. 600px Bianco e Blu a Strisce.png Pachuca 18 9 5 4 29 24 +5 32
3. 600px Bianco con diagonale Azzurro.png Puebla 18 5 8 5 22 22 0 23
4. Pumas.svg U.N.A.M. 18 3 8 7 20 22 -2 17
Teams directly qualified to the Liguilla

Final Standings (general)[edit]

Club Pld W D L GF GA +/- Points
1. U.A.N.L. 18 11 3 4 26 12 +14 36
2. Toluca 18 8 8 2 33 22 +11 32
3. Pachuca 18 9 5 4 29 24 +5 32
4. Cruz Azul 18 8 6 4 33 24 +9 30
5. Necaxa 18 6 9 3 21 20 +1 27
6. Atlante 18 6 8 4 24 21 +3 26
7. Guadalajara 18 6 8 4 20 20 0 26
8. Santos 18 7 3 8 36 34 +2 24
9. América 18 6 6 6 21 21 0 24
10. Puebla 18 5 8 5 22 22 0 23
11. Atlas 18 6 3 9 25 29 -4 21
12. Morelia 18 5 5 8 24 30 -6 20
13. Monterrey 18 4 8 6 23 31 -8 20
14. Irapuato 18 4 7 7 27 26 +1 19
15. U.A.G. 18 4 7 7 21 23 -2 19
16. Celaya 18 5 4 9 27 33 -6 19
17. León 18 4 7 7 25 31 -6 19
18. La Piedad 18 4 7 7 28 40 -12 19
19. U.N.A.M. 18 3 8 7 20 22 -2 17

Top scorers[edit]

Goals scored throughout the entire tournament including Repechaje, Quarterfinals, Semifinals and Finals.

Pos. Nat. Player Team Goals
1 Uruguay Martín Rodríguez Irapuato 12
2 Argentina Walter Silvani Pachuca 11
3 Mexico José Manuel Abundis Atlante 11
Brazil Mexico Alex Fernandes Morelia 11
5 Mexico Jared Borgetti Santos 10
Uruguay Vicente Sánchez Toluca 10
7 Argentina José Luis Calderón Atlas 9
Chile Iván Zamorano America 9
9 Mexico Miguel Zepeda Cruz Azul 8
Mexico Gabriel Caballero Pachuca 8
Brazil Claudio da Silva La Piedad 8

Playoffs[edit]

  Quarterfinals Semifinals Finals
                                       
  8  Santos 1 0 1  
1  UANL 1 3 4  
  1  UANL 0 1 1  
  4  Cruz Azul 1 0 1  
7  Guadalajara 1 0 1
  2  Toluca 1 2 3  
    1  UANL 0 1 1
  3  Pachuca 2 1 3
  6  Atlante 1 1 2  
3  Pachuca 2 0 2  
  3  Pachuca 1 4 5
  2  Toluca 1 2 3  
5  Necaxa 2 0 2
  4  Cruz Azul 0 4 4  
Invierno 2001 winners:
Pachuca
2nd Title

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