Liga MX: Luis 'Chapito' Montes reached 400 games played with León

Liga MX: Luis ‘Chapito’ Montes reached 400 games played with León

Luis ‘Chapito’ Montes continues to enlarge his legacy with Club León and on matchday six of the Apertura 2022 tournament of the MX Leaguethe emerald midfielder reached 400 games as a Fiera player.

The Lion beat América last Sunday with a score of 3-2 at the Nou Camp Stadium on date 6 of the Liga MX, a victory that served to celebrate Luis Montes’ 400 games with the Esmeraldas shirt.

“What better than celebrating it with a win, I’ve always said, I can have 500, a thousand games but what these fans have given me, the championships, titles and series have given me a lot and they deserve the place where they should be” , He said ‘Chapito’ in a few words for the club after the game.

The Lion congratulating Luis Montes on his 400 games with the club/@clubleonfc

“IMPRESSIVE Luis Montes fulfilled his 400th match with Club León. ‘Chapo’ could become this 2022 the footballer with the most official games in the 78-year history of our institution, surpassing the legendary Antonio ‘La Tota’ Carbajal, “wrote the Lion in social networks.

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Louis Montes the weekend reached 400 games with León, of which 318 have been in the MX League39 in Liga de Ascenso, 24 in Copa MX, 10 in Copa Libertadores, 6 in the Champions League, two in Leagues Cup and one duel in the Champion of Champions.

He has a degree in Communication Sciences from the Universidad de Occidente, Guasave Unit, specializing in Media. In his career as a journalist he has carried out works focused on the agricultural, fishing, health, and economic sectors, among others. In 2016 he joined EL DEBATE, where he worked as a local reporter in Guasave, where he also covered the news, sports and police sections. Since 2017 he entered the digital area as a reporter for the EL DEBATE newspaper portal at www.debate.com.mx specializing in the Sports section. In addition to studying and passing the “Sports Journalism Workshop” at the University of Guadalajara in its Virtual University system. [email protected]

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