Santos beat Tigres in the first leg

Torreón— With goals from Diego Valdés and Eduardo Aguirre, Santos surprised and woke Tigres early to defeat him 2-1 in Comarca Lagunera and retain the advantage in the first part of the quarterfinals of the Grita México A21.

The match started intensely from the Warriors’ side, who from the opening signal went to the front and grabbed a decentralized cat defense during the first minutes.

Guillermo Almada’s team opened the scoring with a fantastic service from Omar Campos along the left wing that Valdés nodded in after hitting Carlos Salcedo’s back in 4 minutes.

Tigres responded with a cross shot from ‘Diente’ López that swept past Carlos Acevedo’s left post and minutes later Santos again took advantage of an oversight of the cat’s back.

At 12 ‘Valdés showed that he is going through a fantastic football moment and put an extraordinary filtered pass to’ Mudo ‘Aguirre who came between the centers to beat Nahuel Guzmán.

Miguel ‘Piojo’ Herrera advanced his line and dominated the first half. Even before he went to rest, he could equalize it with a nod from Juan Pablo Vigón who hit the post.

The UANL team continued with the same trend in the complement and Félix Torres saved laguneros by taking a shot from ‘Chaka’ Rodríguez on the line.

Faced with the royal team’s pressure and dominance, Almada took out Ayrton Preciado to put another defender, Hugo Rodríguez. While Herrera put all his meat on the grill with Leo Fernández and Carlos González.

André-Pierre Gignac must look to make it 2-1 at 74 ‘with one of the tournament’s best goals. The Frenchman used a return to turn the volleyball from outside the area and put it pasted on Acevedo’s right post, which was launched to make the most attractive goal.

Without the away goal criterion, Santos and Tigres will compete for the ticket to the semifinals in the second part of the quarterfinals on Sunday at 19:00 at University Stadium.


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