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La Fiera were able to hold on during the first half, but lost gas in the second half where the Águilas put two goals away to get the win.
Xolos did a great job most of the game keeping the Águilas at bay, but a red card changed everything for the visitors.
The team will have to do without Diego Valdés, but the Aguilas should not have a problem with the Guerreros, who are in need of a win to keep their Liguilla hopes alive.
Club America defeated Chivas by a 2-0 score in a friendly where Chivas had gone all out.
It looks like the Aguilas are taking flight at just the right time.
Some controversial calls and non-calls ended with the Águilas on top as they defeated Pumas in the Clásico Capitalino.
Chivas had no answer as they faced the Aguilas, who showed no mercy as they downed them 4-0.
Cruz Azul were the better of the two, teams but couldn’t reflect it on the scoreboard.
Originally the game was to be played at the Estadio Jalisco, but the poor field conditions changed the venue, meaning Atlas will now travel to Mexico City instead.
The biggest and winningest team in Mexico couldn’t hold on and coughed up the ‘W,’ leaving just 2 Mexican teams in the cup.
Even without star striker Henry Martin, América got the needed win to stay alive in the competition.
America made their presence known as they easily routed St. Louis in their Leagues Cup debut.
There are still many key players missing, but Águilas won’t let that stop them as Puebla will fight to take home all three points.
With so many key players missing, America were just not able to hold on for the full 90 minutes and coughed it up to Juárez despite maintaining possession all night long.
With multiple key players missing, will head coach André Jardine be able to secure a win in his debut with the team?
With the recent announcement of Kevin Alvarez’s transfer to Club América, the age-old question of where they should develop arises once again.
El Rebaño came back from their 1st leg loss to get the 3-1 win over America they needed to advance to the Liga MX final.
Guadalajara had a great start, but lacked the finishing touch to put the game away in the first half. This allowed the visitors to come out victorious.
The first half was key for America as they put three goals passed San Luis who will need to put up a tough fight on Saturday if they want a chance at the semifinals.
Thanks to a spectacular performance by keeper Luis Angel Malagón, the Águilas managed to take home the three points, finishing 2nd in the table with the best offense of the tournament.
Luis Malagon was the star of the night and makes it clear why he's now the number one goalkeeper.
The Águilas had chances to put the game away, but it was León who scored and left the Azteca with a point.
The Águilas have the advantage of being at home, but La Fiera will be a big challenge tonight.
Their 4-2 victory proved who was the overly superior team.
America go into tonight with momentum, but this Chivas team is not the same one they faced last season.
The Aguilas might get Alejandro Zendejas back, who was out for weeks due to injury, while Oscar Jimenez is being benched in favor of Luis Ángel Malagón.
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