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Chivas beat Atlas in the quarterfinals to reach the semifinals and now prepare to play against the United States
Chivas attacker, Alexis Vega, showed on his Twitter account a conversation with Julián Quiñones in which the Rojiblanco player assured the Colombian that he did not upload an offensive image circulating on social networks against the Atlas network breaker.
Vega writes to Julian Quinones: “There is a picture he took and edited, but I never uploaded it.” The Rojiblancos player shows him some screenshots and states: “This profile was the one who edited it and uploaded it as if it was me.”
Alexis Vega celebrates with Chivas in the Liguilla against AtlasGetty Images
Quinones replies: “Machine, everything’s fine, piñata.” In addition, red and black were added: “Congratulations on the pass” and “You know how people are.”
Rojiblanco “Thanks a lot, brother!” He ends the conversation by saying. Later, the Chivas player uploaded a screenshot of the conversation, with the description: “People, don’t be put off by what you see on social networks! I will never make fun of anyone.”
In the morning two days after Chivas terminated Atlas, an image circulated in which Alexis Vega allegedly mocked Julián Quiñones, represented in red and black with an animal figure and himself in control of the strap. Kept in
Due to this incident, Alexis Vega decided to contact Julian Quinones to clarify the incident and then inform the public opinion on his social networks.
Chivas reached the semi-final stage after defeating Atlas at the quarter-final stage and now prepare to play against America for a pass to the Clausura 2023 final.
In the Clásico Tapatío tie, Alexis Vega was the hero, collecting a corner kick which turned out to be a goal for ‘Tiba’ Sepúlveda, the score that put Velko Paunović’s team through to the semi-finals.