Legendary French footballer André-Pierre Gignac led Tigres to a 4-2 victory over Pumasthe first of the eleven cats without Diego Cocca on the bench. Gignac converted a couple of goals to take his team to the second box of the Clausura Tournament below Monterrey and above Pachuca, which is in third place.
In addition to the two goals by André-Pierre Gignac, the Argentine Nicolás Ibáñez and an own goal by Ricardo Galindo, rounded off the felines’ scores.while on the other side, the Argentines Gustavo del Petre and Juan Dinenno discounted for university students.
Tigres made a clean slate and left Diego Cocca’s departure in oblivion to begin living his new stage with a victory that left no doubts on the field of play and with Chima Ruíz from the bench.
The Tigers were very dominant against some Pumas that ended the game very badly and in the standings where they are ninth with a total of eight points.
For their part, the eleven auriazul rose to second as mentioned above, this after Monterrey’s victory over Atlas that places them as lone leaders.
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