Mexico: Tijuana's comeback thanks to a couple of Argentine goals

The Argentines Lucas Rodríguez and Carlos Valenzuela scored goals in the creditable tie (3-3) achieved by Tijuana at home against Tolucasecond in the championship, after losing in the first period by 0-3, in one of the games played this Friday for the 12th date of the Mexican soccer tournament.

The game was played at the Estadio Caliente in Tijuana and Toluca took the lead in the first stage with goals from Uruguayan Maximiliano Araujo (2) and Colombian Brayan Angulo. In the second half, Tijuana (13th with 12 points) reacted and with goals from Rodríguez (former Estudiantes de La Plata), Carlos Valenzuela (former Racing, Nueva Chicago and Barracas Central and Pan-American Selection) and the Canadian Lucas Cavallini achieved the final result. In the border team, Lisandro López, Federico Lértora, Alexis Canelo and Silvio Martínez started, while Braian Romero stayed on the bench.

Miguel Herrera is the coach of the Xolos. (AFP)

The rest of the day on Friday

For his part, Atlas thrashed Puebla 4-0 in the Cuathéemoc Stadium with goals from the Uruguayan Brian Lozano (2), the Colombian Julián Quiñones and the Uruguayan Gastón Silva against. With this result, Atlas broke a streak of ten games without winning and reached 12 points while Puebla was left with 13 points. Finally in the Mazatlán stadium, Necaxadirected by the Argentine Andrés Lillini, beat Mazatlan 1-0last in the positions, with a goal from Ricardo Monreal.

what’s coming

This Saturday they will play Cruz Azul-Atlético San Luis, Tigres-Monterrey and Chivas de Guadalajara-Américawhile this Sunday they will do it Pumas-Pachuca, Querétaro-Juárez and León-Santos.

The positions? Monterrey 28 points, Toluca 22, Tigres and Guadalajara 21, América 20, Pachuca 19, León 18, Santos 15, Cruz Azul and Puebla 13, Atlas, Necaxa, Tijuana, Juárez and Atlético San Luis 12, Pumas 11, Querétaro 8 and Mazatlán 4 .

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