Saturday, March 25, 2023

Monterrey returns to beat Pachuca 2-1 and continues to lead

MEXICO CITY ( Associated Press) — With goals from Jesús Gallardo and Jordi Cortizo, Monterrey rallied to beat Pachuca 2-1 on Sunday night and extend its lead in the Clausura tournament in Mexico.

Colombian Marino Hinestroza put Tuzos in front after three minutes, but Gallardo tied the game in the 17th minute and Cortizo scored the game winner in the 53rd minute.

Rayados won its ninth game of the championship and twenty-seven points to seven teams separated from the next pursuer with five times left in the local tournament.

The Tuzos, the reigning champions, lost their third game in four years and fell to sixth place.


Carlos González, Édgar López, Maximiliano Araujo and Camilo Sanvezzo scored the goals as Toluca defeated bottom club Mazatlán 4-1 to climb to second place.

Paraguayan González opened the scoring at 25, followed by López at 45, Uruguayan Araujo extended the lead to 48, and Brazilian Sanvezzo signed fourth at 83.

The Red Devils, who were recently beaten by Querétaro last week, have won five of their last six games.

Through this good step, the team is led by Ambriz, who accumulated 21 points and, due to the goal difference, is driven from second place by Tigres.

Mazatlán, who played with 10 from 45, the expulsion of the Colombian midfielder Nicolas Benedetti, with four units and remains at the bottom of the table.

SANTOS IN FIGHT Argentine Javier Correa scored a double and Santos prevailed 3-2 over Tijuana to enter the first eight places.

Correa scored his goals at the 45th and 52nd minutes, while Mateus Doria of Brazil signed the Guerreros account in the 74th.

Santos, who has won two of the past three games, now has points to move in eighth place.

The Xolos, led by Miguel Herrera, have accumulated 11 units and are 13.

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They do not yield well

Argentine Tomás Molina scored a goal in the second half as Ciudad Juárez drew 1-1 at home against Necaxa.

Spaniard EDgar Méndez put the rays before 52 minutes, but Molina equalized in 68 minutes.

As a result, the Braves have 12 units and are placed in eleventh place with the aspiration of the playoffs after the first 12 days.

In Mexico, the first four teams advance directly to the league and the remaining eight face one game to complete the quarter-finals.

The Rays have accumulated nine units and are 15 with hopes of going to the game.

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