Lion win 1-0 to Chivas of Guadalajara in the framework of the second clause of the semifinals of the Liga MX Opening Tournament. The duel happened at León Stadium.
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When 18 minutes of the first half were played, a great combination of the visiting team emerged in the Chivas district of Guadalajara.
Joel Campbell accepted without a mark and with a touch scored the 1-0 part of the match, where ‘La Fiera’ is placed in the MX League final.
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After a heart attack at the Akron stadium, where ‘La Fiera’ achieved a positive result on their visit, by a 1-1 draw against ‘Sacred Flock’. At that meeting, Pedro Aquino played from the beginning of the engagement.
SCHEDULE IN THE WORLD:
México – 9:00 pm
Perú – 10:00 pm
Ecuador – 10:00 pm
Colombia – 10:00 pm
Bolivia – 11:00 pm
Venezuela – 11:00 pm
Chile – 0:00 (Sunday, December 6)
Paraguay – 0:00 (Sunday, December 6)
Argentina – 0:00 (Sunday, December 6)
Uruguay – 0:00 (Sunday, December 6)
Brazil – 0:00 (Sunday, December 6)
Spain – 4:00 am (Sunday, December 6)
For tonight’s game, coach Ambriz would bet again on the Ecuadorian Mena in the offseason and Pedro Aquino, a national midfielder, for the recovery of the ball.
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Where to SEE LIVE León Vs. Chivas?
You can follow the duel between the two teams through Claro Sports, FOX Sports 2 Cono Norte, Afizziados, Marca Claro and FOX Sports Cono Norte. In addition, you can see minute by minute, events and goals from the El Comercio newspaper website.
A goalless equalizer or a victory for León, give him a direct pass to the final; However, if they tie 1-1, they must define the final with the penalty shootout.
Lion: Rodolfo Cota, Andrés Mosquera, Fernando Navarro, William Tesillo, Jaine Barreiro, Luis Montes, Ángel Mena, Jean Meneses, Pedro Aquino, Joel Campbell and Emmanuel Gigliotti.
Chivas: Raúl Gudiño, Gilberto Sepúlveda, Miguel Ponce, Jesús Sánchez, Hiram Mier, Cristian Calderón, Jesús Molina, Uriel Antuna, Fernando Beltrán, Alexis Vega and José Juan Macías.
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