MEXICO CITY ( Associated Press) – Brazilian winger Gustavo Ferrareis scored early in the game as Puebla beat Santos Laguna 1-0 on Friday for a second victory that will make them the sole leader of the Mexican Apertura tournament. .
Ferrareis scored the only goal of the match in the 11th minute to give victory to the Pueblans, who have six points and set the pace in Mexico.
Santos suffered its first defeat and remains with three units to provisionally drop to sixth place.
Ferrareis scored the only goal of the match after receiving a cross from the left. He converted with a low shot to goalkeeper Carlos Acevedo’s right post.
XOLOS WIN 1st WIN
Uruguayan Gabriel Fernández signed a one-two and Tijuana got their first victory of the championship by beating Bravos de Ciudad Juárez 2-0.
Fernández scored his first goal in the 46th minute and scored a touchdown in the 71st for the Xolos, who remain undefeated.
Tijuana have four points, with which they are in second place while awaiting the other results of the date.
The Braves suffered their first setback and remain with one point to slide to 13th.
THE TIGERS ROUGHT
French striker André-Pierre Gignac scored early in the match and Tigres defeated Mazatlán 1-0 to claim their first victory in the Mexican Apertura tournament.
Gignac took advantage of a pass from his compatriot Florian Thauvin to score the only goal of the game in the second meeting, in the seventh minute.
The university students, who were coming off a 3-2 defeat in their debut against Cruz Azul, now have the first three points and are in seventh position while awaiting the remaining results of this day.
Mazatlán suffered his second setback and remains at the bottom of the standings.
Tigres ended the match with 10 players due to the dismissal of Sebastián Córdova in the 53rd minute.
The cats scored the only goal of the match when Thauvin made a 30-metre pass to Gignac, who entered the area from the right flank and converted with a low shot to the right post of goalkeeper Nicolás Vikonis.