From the BBVA Bancomer Stadium, the epic was scored by Tigres UANL, winning 2–1 on aggregate against Monterrey with a minimal 1–0 win and entering the final of the Clausura of Liga MX.
In a highly studied game where neither team wanted to play from the outset, the first clear chance was generated by Nahuel Guzmán, who almost scored on a tray to Rayados in an attempt to get off his feet.
A few minutes later, Albiazules had a new opportunity with Jermain Bertram’s header which went just wide of the far post under the watchful eye of Paton under the three sticks.
Furthermore, both goalscorers experienced no real shock in the first half of the match, with Rogelio Funes Mori’s header clash with Jesús Angulo ending in a head cut for the Argentine former River Plate.
Already in the supplement, it was difficult but in the end it was a 75′ through Hector to Rayados, who scored perhaps the easiest goal of his life: with an empty bow he shot in a shot from Guzmán after a poor start. pushed the ball. corner. But VAR decided that the defender was offside.
When play resumed, Felino went ahead on the scoreboard thanks to a goal from Sebastián Córdova, who put in the first for traveling after Luis Quiñones’ center from the right with a header from Sobrepic.
As such, Tigres UANL entered the finals of the MX League finale and waited in this last instance for their opponent, which would come out of the series between America and Chivas, with Aguilas leading 1–0.