They came out brave! Mazatlán FC wins against Xolos

Monday 1 April, 2024
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Mazatlán.- On Good Friday, the band and El Encanto brought fortune to Mazatlán FC, which beat Xolos de Tijuana 2-0.

With the victory, the home team has 3 points that momentarily place them in position number 14 in the table. There are still more games to go on matchday 13 of the Apertura Liga MX.

From the beginning of the first half Mazatlán prevailed and tried to score a goal against Toño Rodríguez’s goal.

Despite their attempts, it was not until the 41st minute when the Cañoneros’ scorer, Luis Amarilla, appeared to open the score 1-0 in a rebound play that ended in the opposing team’s goal.

Mazatlán almost made a mistake in the 57th minute by giving the ball away on the edge of the area, but Xolos could not take advantage of the defensive error of the purple team, who defended their goal.


Mazatlán FC breathes, Xolos at the bottom of the table

With this victory the purple ones breathe again, let’s remember that since matchday 10, when they defeated Necaxa, they had not won a game. In fact, they lost against Tigres and Rayados de Monterrey.

In the last minutes of the game, in the 92nd minute, the cannoneros generated a dangerous play by centering a leaked ball, so that the Venezuelan Eduard Bello shot a left-footed shot from outside the area, scoring the second goal.

At 94′ there was an offside by Club Tijuana, Fernando Madrigal tried a deep pass, but Carlos González was in an advanced position.

The border team is the only team in the Liga MX that has not won so far in the tournament, despite the fact that it has already passed half of the regular part, and urgently needs to add three to avoid being at the bottom .

Upcoming games

Mazatlán FC will repeat at home and next week they will face Pumas, while Xolos will host Rayos del Necaxa at home.


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Source: Rosina Grave from Punto MX on 2024-03-29 23:19:01

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