Cruz Azul get the better of Tigres

Cruz Azul

https://www.futbolmundial.com/ In recent actions from matchday 7 of the 2024 Clausura tournament of the Liga MX Cruz Azul defeated Tigres de la UANL 1-0, to take the lead in the LIGA MX table, while Pachuca won 2 -1 to America that still has not recovered from the blow in Nicaragua.

Cruz Azul, led by Argentine coach Martín Anselmi, defeated Tigres 1-0 this Saturday with an own goal from Diego Reyes and jumped to first place in the Mexican Clausura tournament.

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Cruz Azul fans shouted homophobic slogans to offend rivals. In added time of the first half the Blues had the advantage through Argentine player Lorenzo Faravelli, but Brazilian Samir Caetano appeared to dry up the home team’s attack. The second half was a mess in the middle of the field, with Cruz Azul clearly the better team. In the 83rd minute, Argentine Gonzalo Piovi started the play, Uriel Antuna crossed into the area and Reyes put it into his own goal. Eduardo Tercero was sent off in the 94th minute and at the same time Colombian Willer Dita received a red card from Cruz Azul. Cruz Azul jumped from fifth to first place with sixteen points, one more than Pachuca, which beat champion América 2-1 this Saturday. Pachuca, led by Venezuelan scorer Salomón Rondón, defeated the champion América 2-1 this Saturday and took over the lead in the Mexican Clausura tournament on the seventh day.

Erick Sánchez scored the double that sealed the victory for Uruguayan coach Guillermo Almada, and Colombian Julián Quiñones scored for the Eagles of Brazilian strategist Andre Jardine. Pachuca reached 15 points, one more than Monterrey, Tigres and América. Pachuca was close to the goal with two shots by Venezuelan Salomón Rondón and for America the best opportunities fell to Colombian Quiñones and another from Uruguayan Jonathan Rodríguez.

America started the second half aggressively. At the start they were close to shooting on goal with everything in his favor, but defender Bryan González made a timely exit and cut off the visiting team’s offensive.

Pachuca was the first to do damage with a goal from Sánchez after a pass from Emilio Rodríguez, in the 56th minute, but 10 more minutes later the Uruguayan Brian Rodríguez entered the game and in his first action he gave an assist to Quiñones, who made it 1- 1 with a forehand.

When América seemed better, they lost a ball in the 76th minute. Los Tuzos took advantage and regained the advantage with another goal from Sánchez, from a pass from Moroccan Oussama Idrissi.