The Tigers lead the Mexican Apertura after defeating Querétaro 2-1

The Tigers lead the Mexican Apertura after defeating Querétaro 2-1

08/01/2022 at 07:36

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Monterrey tied 1-1 at the Pumas UNAM stadium

Los Xolos de Tijuana rose to fourth place by defeating Mazatlán 2-0

The Ecuadorian Jordy Caicedo converted this Saturday the goal with which Tigres UANL led Querétaro 2-1 and they jumped to the first place of the 2022 Opening of Mexican soccer, at the conclusion of the sixth date of the tournament this Sunday.

The Uruguayan Nicolás López and striker Caicedo scored for coach Miguel Herrera’s felines, while the Argentine Ariel Nahuelpan discounted for the Gallos.

In the 19th minute in an action from the left Raymundo Fulgencio put a center to Lópezwho gave the Tigres the home team with a left foot, reached in minute 24 with a penalty well charged by Nahuelpan.

Caicedo entered the field in the 60th minute and five minutes later gave his team the victory, by finish off a ball served by Nico López.The Ecuadorian was expelled in 70 for violent playbut the duel was decided and with the three points the Tigres added their fifth win in a row and reached 15 points, two more than Rayados de Monterrey and Toluca.

This Sunday Monterrey tied 1-1 at the Pumas UNAM stadium of the Brazilian defender Dani Alves, who returned to play the 90 minutes. Jerónimo Rodríguez put the university students ahead, with a left-footed goal from outside the area in the 44th minute, but the Rayados rescued the equalizer with an own goal from Argentine Nicolás Freire.

On Friday, at the start of the day, the Chilean Jean Meneses scored in stoppage time and rescued a 1-1 draw for Toluca at Juárez FC.

After several minutes of dominance, Juarez went ahead with a goal in the 88th minute from the Uruguayan Maximiliano Olivera on a free kick, but Toluca equalized with a header from Meneses on a pass from Colombian Andrés Mosquera.

This Saturday the Xolos de Tijuana rose to fourth place by defeating Mazatlán 2-0with a goal by Víctor Guzmán and an own goal by Carlos Vargas, while Puebla dropped to fifth place, drawing goalless with San Luis, the same result as Guadalajara-Pachuca.

In an exciting match, the Ecuadorian Ángel Mena converted a last minute penalty and this Sunday gave León a 3-2 victory over América, with which they jumped to the sixth step. Chilean Víctor Dávila, Osvaldo Rodríguez and Ángel Mena converted for León and Henry Martin discounted twice for América.

In other weekend results, Cruz Azul defeated Necaxa this Saturday by 1-0 with a goal from Chilean Iván Morales and this Sunday San Laguna defeated champion Atlas 1-0, with a score from Argentine Juan Brunetta.

The seventh day of the championship will be played from Thursday to Sunday upcoming with the following matches:

Thursday 04.07: Atlas-Querétaro.

Friday 05.07: Mazatlan-Guadalajara.

Saturday 06.07: Monterrey-León and Santos Laguna-Cruz Azul.

Sunday 07.07: Toluca-Tijuana, San Luis-Necaxa, Pachuca-Tigres UANL and América-Juárez FC.

Postponed: Puebla-Pumas UNAM

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