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The Águilas del América did their homework and beat the Rayos del Necaxa at the Azteca stadiumin a match that they dominated 2-0 but that those led by Andrés Lillini discounted to give a touch of emotion to the match that ended with a score of 2-1.
Those led by Tano Ortiz began dominating the first part in a match that they were forced to win in order to climb positions and add the second victory of the tournament. However, Necaxa was not going to sell their defeat cheap and also enjoyed some scoring chances.
The goals of America vs Necaxa
It was not until minute 21 when Diego Valdés unlocked the actions and put Azulcrema to win in his stadiumthe play was reviewed by the VAR that in the end ended up validating the first score of those led by Fernando Ortiz.
At minute 51, Henry Martín scored the second goal for the Águilas from a penalty after a foul received by Valdés and which the Mexican striker ended up nailing into the back of the net. with this goal, Martín reaches 75 with the cream-blue shirt and is among the 10 all-time scorerssurpassing Oribe Peralta who remains with 74 and one of Gonzalo Farfán who adds 76.
But this was not to be all, the Rayos would put the game on hold at minute 78 when Maximiliano Silvera took advantage of the weak American record and made it 1-2However, it was not going to be enough.
What comes to America and Necaxa
With this result, the Águilas del América jump to the fourth box of the tournament with a total of 10 units product of two victories and four draws, while Rayos del Necaxa are left with 4 points and drop to 14th position in the tournament.
America’s next match will be next Tuesday, February 14, at the Atlético San Luis stadium.while Necaxa will receive the Pumas on their field next Wednesday, February 15.
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