Friday, September 29, 2023

America and Tigres extend their undefeated run in the Clausura

MEXICO CITY ( Associated Press) — America and Tigres beat Nexa and Pumas, respectively, on Saturday to remain the only two undefeated in the Clausura tournament in Mexico.

With goals from Chilean midfielder Diego Valdés and striker Henry Martín, the US won 2–1 over Rayos.

Valdés fired home in the 22nd minute and Martin converted the penalty in the 51st minute for Águilas, who won for the second time in their last three games.

The Mexican World Cup player in Qatar 2022, Martin, accumulated seven points, with which he remains the top scorer of the tournament after six dates.

The US has 10 points, which puts it provisionally in fourth place, awaiting a match for the sixth date.

Uruguay’s Maximiliano Silveira equalized in the 80th minute for Rayos, who lost for the second time in their last three games.

Led by Argentine coach Andrés Llini, Nexaxa has four units and is ranked 15th among 18 teams in the top flight.

live without coca

With a couple of goals from French striker Andre-Pierre Gignac, Tigres began their phase following the unexpected departure of their Argentine coach Diego Coca on his right foot and defeated the Pumas 4–2.

Argentina’s Nicolás Ibáñez found the net on 12 minutes, Ricardo Galindo scored an own goal on 24 and Gignac converted a penalty on 44 in addition to scoring on 89.

Gignac reached five goals and is second among scorers behind Martin.

Koka left the team on Thursday to take charge of the national team. Marco Antonio Ruiz took over as coach.

Tigres accumulates 14 points and is in second place, only surpassed by Monterrey, which has one more unit.

Argentina’s Gustavo del Prete in the 16th minute and Juan Dineno in the 65th minute scored for the university students, who, under Rafael Puente, went on a three-match unbeaten streak and remained in ninth place with eight points.

they look brave on the border

Uruguayan Gabriel Fernandez scored a double as Ciudad Juarez beat Santos 3-1 for their second win in a row

Fernández scored his goals on 50 and 62 minutes, while Tomas Molina sealed the score on 82.

Braves now have nine points and are fifth in the table.

Colombian Harold Preciado scored for Guerreros in the 81st minute, snapping a four-game losing streak.

Santos remains with eight units and has slipped to eighth place in the table.

slide champion

With a goal from striker Roberto de la Rosa in the second half, champions Pachuca barely held on for a 1–1 draw against Chivas and took the lead in the Mexican tournament.

Victor Guzman put Guadalajara in front with a goal after 27 minutes and de la Rosa equalized on 55.

With the result, Tujos has 13 points and slipped from first place to third behind Monterrey and Tigres.

Chivas equalized for the second match in a row and has nine points to move up to sixth place.

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