Guadalajara, Jalisco.- Chivas will face its archrival Atlas in a couple of days, a club that ‘threatened’ the goal that Ricardo Cadena’s team will be looking for in the next Clásico Tapatío that will take place in the Clausura 2022 Quarterfinals of the MX League.
“I always like to face Atlas no matter what, when I play against them the only thing that comes into my head is to go out and win, not because they are up there will have to be respected and because they are down you have to have compassion on them, it is Atlas and you have to win no matter what , we must show that we are the soul of Guadalajara,” he said at a press conference.
Curiously, the midfielder who is beginning to gain the public’s trust has not been able to defeat the red and black team in the last two Guadalajara Classics of Liga MX, however, the Perla de Occidente team imposed a blow of authority in the last finals in which crossed.
On the other hand, striker Alexis Vega, who signed his contract extension at the Akron Stadium, announced that he will give something to talk about in the league, especially since Chivas arrives strongly at the finals that will try to continue their winning streak to eliminate their staunch rival.
“I’m sure that Chivas is going to give people something to talk about in this league. Without a doubt, we will always have pending accounts with Atlas, the classics are lived differently, then there is that little thorn from the last game that celebrated us,” he commented.
Likewise, the gunner involved America after mentioning that he is part of the teams that always seeks to wet his door as well as against Atlas, whom he will try to harm to lead the Sacred Flock to the semifinals of the domestic competition.
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“I have that in mind, I always want to score a goal against Atlas, against America, it would be very important to continue scoring goals and take the next step, which is what we are looking for in this league,” added Alexis Vega ahead of the first leg at the Akron Stadium for the following Thursday, May 12.