Mexican giants Guadalajara Chivas drew 1-1 against San Luis on Sunday and remain winless after five games of the Clausura championship.

UANL Tigres remain top of the league on goal difference from Tijuana, with the top two drawing 2-2 on Saturday. America is one point behind in third position after its 3-0 victory against Queretaro, also Saturday.

In other games this weekend, Puebla defeated Morelia 3-1, UNAM Pumas and Santos Laguna drew 0-0, Atlante had a 3-1 victory over Monterrey, Pachuca won 1-0 against Toluca, Leon drew 2-2 against Cruz Azul and Atlas overcame Jaguares 2-1.

Chivas fired advisor Johan Cruyff at the end of last season, but are still without a victory in 2013.

Marco Fabian swiveled and struck a left foot shot inside the post to hand Chivas the lead in the 23rd minute.

San Luis equalized in the 53rd when Mauro Matos easily turned his marker to score.

Two defensive lapses cost Tigres, with Alfredo Moreno capitalizing to open the scoring for Tijuana in the 13th and Duvier Riascos equalizing in the 74th.

Argentine Lucas Lobos scored twice in 15 second half minutes to level the scores and then put Tigres ahead.

America's Raul Jimenez got the opener against Querataro with a shot from outside the penalty area in the 16th and added his second in the 71st with a header. Christian Benitez converted a penalty two minutes from time to wrap up the scoring.

Puebla's first came from an own goal by Morelia's Joel Huiqui in the 18th. He had attempted to head the ball back to goalkeeper Federico Vilar, but instead it looped over the `keeper and into the net.

Chilean Hector Mancilla equalized three minutes later, before goals from Felix Borja in the 27th and Matias Alustiza in second half injury time gave Puebla the three points.

Herculez Gomez went closest for Santos Laguna when he hit the crossbar with a lobbed shot in the 52nd, while Pumas' Efrain Velarde saw his penalty saved by Oswaldo Sanchez just before halftime.

Atlante scored three second half goals to overcome Monterrey.

Jose Francisco Fonseca got the first three minutes after halftime, Cristian Maidana scored the second in the 71st and Esteban Paredes completed the scoring for Atlante six minutes later.

Aldo de Nigris netted the consolation goal for Monterrey in the 82nd.

Pachuca's victory came from a goal from Abraham Carreno in the 20th.

Mariano Pavone twice put Cruz Azul in the lead, with his first coming in the 8th and his second in the 74th.

Luis Montes equalized for Leon in the 40th and Juan Gonzalez headed in his team's second in the 76th.

In Friday's game, Isaac Brizuela put Atlas in front in the 11th and Jahir Barraza doubled the lead in the 83rd.

Colombian Luis Rey pulled a goal back for Jaguares one minute from the end.