When family tragedy strikes, playboy Chava and his workaholic sister Isabel fight over the presidency of their family's professional soccer team.
While Isabel explores life away from the Cuervos, Chava and Felix scramble to prevent a public relations disaster.
As Chava tries to make his mark on the team, Isabel looks into Mary Luz's past, and Tony tries to convince Coach Goyo to let him debut.
Chava battles with Coach Goyo. Meanwhile, Isabel struggles to do business with a sexist sponsor.
Felix considers an offer from a rival team, Chava tries to impress a cute reporter, and Isabel makes a new friend.
While the players anxiously prepare for the most important game of the season, Rafael reflects on his upcoming retirement.
Felix carefully maps out his plans for the team's lineup next season, but Chava has ideas of his own.
A documentary profile offers a behind-the-scenes look at European superstar Aitor Cardone's arrival to the Cuervos.
As Chava rides the wave of Aitor's fame, Moises begins feeling insecure about his place on the team. Isabel deals with the fallout from her interview.
Aitor's presence upsets the balance of the team, Isabel struggles with being ostracized, and Potro's jealousy continues to create problems.
Felix is left to manage the team on his own while a new arrival keeps Chava busy.
Chava has the worst birthday ever as scandal engulfs Aitor and Isabel seizes an opportunity.
Chava and Isabel's rivalry comes to a head as the team faces its greatest challenge and Mary Luz asserts herself.
Chava's family worries about where he could be, while Isabel faces unexpected challenges with the team's division status.
When cash flow problems plague the Cuervos, the players revolt. Isabel makes a serious personal decision. Hugo Sanchez searches for Chava.
Chava locks himself in Aitor's apartment for 70 days. When he finally emerges, a drug-fueled revelation has him questioning his entire identity.
Chava returns and is focused on reconciliation. Isabel is skeptical but must focus on a lawsuit, unmotivated players and emotional struggles.
A traitor works to undermine the Cuervos in the playoffs. Rafael and Isabel’s professional arguments impact their marriage.
A new coach shakes things up for the team. Isabel confronts Chava, who retaliates by calling immigration services on Potro.
Isabel gains fans of her own as Cuervos continues to win. A jealous Chava throws himself into developing a casino deal.
Mary Luz and Chava try to convince the wild and wealthy Ricky Lamas to invest in their casino. Mary Luz encounters someone from her past.
Isabel tries to convince her team there is no curse. Chava investigates Mary Luz's history. Potro's fake marriage is not what he expected.
The Cuervos and Carneros face off in the championship game to see who will ascend to Division 1. Chava makes an unexpected power play.
Isabel and Chava adjust to life as co-presidents of the Cuervos team and take on the governor as their first obstacle.
When the Cuervos bring a new high-profile teammate on board, Rafa must clean up a mess caused by Chava and Isabel.
Isabel's decision puts a strain on the Cuervos team lineup just as the draft begins, and they must scramble to recover.
Chava's gubernatorial candidacy hits a snag when old incriminating photos of him surface. Isabel mixes business with pleasure.
Chava's relationship with Isabel Cantú ends up benefitting the Cuervos financially, while creating a challenge for his sister.
The siblings fight over whether to fire Cuau. Chava gets nervous filming his first campaign ad for governor.
Rafa is interviewed about his career. Chava thinks he’s a better political candidate when he improvises -- until an angry moment is caught on TV.
The team struggles to keep key player Moisés happy after a disappointing commercial. Cuau is offered a chance to enter the political arena.
Chava makes a big decision regarding his campaign and personal life. Isabel receives a shocking and revealing email not intended for her.
A reporter makes a troubling discovery about Don Salvador Iglesias and his past. Isabel and Chava turn to their mothers for clarity on their father.
Amid hostility from the public about his father, Chava ponders a name change. The Iglesias family debate selling the Cuervos to pay off their debt.
When Gaspar steals players from the Cuervos, Isabel seeks help from unlikely sources. Chava's plan to raise money is foiled by a person from his past.
Potro helps Isabel block Fede's romantic advances. Chava launches Cuervos TV. Emaíl's religion causes conflict with Aitor. Gaspar's sabotage continues.
Mary Luz enters World Cup negotiations. Chava gets creative when the Cuervos are moved to a 7 a.m. time slot. Isabel and Fede's tryst hits the press.
Isabel secretly helps Potro improve his coaching. Fed up with all the bad press about the team, Chava decides they should use it to their advantage.
Chava urges Isabel to lean in to her "promiscuous" reputation. Emaíl worries he's been found out. The Cuervos get a new coach and face the Tarántulas.
When the Iglesias bank accounts are frozen, the players leverage social media to raise money, but their lack of focus affects a qualifying match.
The Cuervos go on a retreat to unplug from social media, but Isabel and Rafa's feud and a confession from Emaíl threaten the team-building dynamic.
Paty and Chava produce a documentary that could change the course of fate for the Cuervos. Mary Luz charms Maldonado to help take down Gaspar.
Traveling together to the semifinals, Isabel and Rafa are "Two for the Road," reflecting on their first meeting in 2006 and their decade-long marriage.
After Chava kidnaps a reporter, his family asks him to do the unthinkable. Gaspar calls the authorities on Mary Luz. The Cuervos play in the semifinals.
As the finals arrive, the Cuervos and Nuevo Toledo are on the brink of ruin. Chava and Isabel must pull off their greatest scheme yet to save them.