Cruz Azul has Jonathan Rodríguez as the 2020 Guard1anes scoring champion.
The Uruguayan, a national team for his country, has 12 goals in his personal record and can extend that amount, while his competitors fell short.
The closest was the French André-Pierre Gignac, from the Tigres, who was left with 11 goals, and the Paraguayan Darío Lezcano, from FC Juárez, with 10.
Juan Ignacio Dinenno was turned off in the second part of the contest and, although he can still add more to his account tonight, he needs four to equal Cabecita.
It would be the second tournament with Rodríguez as scoring champion, since in the 2020 Clausura, canceled by the Covid-19 pandemic, the Uruguayan stayed at the top of the table, with nine annotations.
Now, with a three-week break for the FIFA date and having qualified directly for the Liguilla, “El Cabecita” has time to regain his scoring pace for the Liguilla and seek the Liga MX title with the Cruz Azul jersey.
The last scoring champion La Maquina had was Emanuel “Tito” Villa, in the Apertura 2009, when he scored 17 goals.
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