09/27/2021 at 05:43 CEST
The Eagles of America by Argentine coach Santiago Solari, who tied this Saturday without goals with Guadalajara, They were confirmed as leaders of the Apertura 2021 tournament of Mexican soccer, at the end of the tenth day this Sunday.
At the Azteca stadium, the championship derby passed with good arrivals from both sides; Chivas created danger in the first half and America was better in the second, but the goal was missing.
America, with six wins, three draws, one loss and 21 points, put its leadership at risk, but Toluca let go of the possibility of snatching it from him, by losing this Sunday in their stadium 1-2 with the San Luis of Uruguayan coach Marcelo Méndez.
Argentine Germán Berterame was left alone as the leading scorer of the campaign, with eight targets. He did it in the best way, by converting the two notations that gave San Luis the victory.
Toluca discounted with a penalty well received by the Spanish Ian González, at the end of the first half, but could not violate the rear of San Luis that, ordered, backed down and endured the offensive attacks in the final 45 minutes.
The Devils dropped to third place, relegated by the Rayados de Monterrey of strategist Javier Aguirre, who this Sunday beat Santos Laguna 1-2, with a decisive goal from Colombian Duván Vergara, and climbed to second position.
The day began on Thursday, when the Colombian Avilés Hurtado converted a goal to give Pachuca a 1-0 victory over Necaxa, whose coach, Guillermo Vázquez, was fired hours later.
On Friday, Ecuadorian Bryan Angulo scored his fourth goal of the championship to rescue for the champion Cruz Azul a 1-1 draw at Puebla’s home, while Tijuana and Mazatlán equalized without annotations.
Atlas, directed by Argentine Diego Cocca, It was confirmed as the surprise of the Apertura, by beating Leó 2-0n and climb to fourth place in the leaderboard. Peruvian Anderson Santamaría and Mexican Diego Barbosa converted for Guadalajara.
In the other party, this Saturday the Pumas UNAM tied without goals at the home of the Tigres UANL and confirmed the low offensive production of the day, which had three of the eight games without goals and in the other five only 11 were scored, two by Argentine Berterame, two by Colombians and Mexicans and one in each case by Chileans, Ecuadorians, Peruvians. and Spanish.
The eleventh day will be played next Tuesday and Wednesday with the matches Necaxa-Tijuana, Mazatlán-Juárez FC, Atlas-Puebla and Pachuca América, on Tuesday, and San Luis-Tigres UANL and Querétaro-Guadalajara, on Sunday.
Cruz Azul-León and Pumas-Santos Laguna will postpone their commitments to November.