The national team opened the account in the first leg against Pachuca, which ended 1-1 at Azteca Stadium. He reached his seventh goal in Liga MX with the Eagles. The rematch is played on Sunday.
Diego Valdes continues to add good performance in the Americas of Mexico. Thursday night, The Chilean team converted the 1-1 draw between the Eagles and Pachuca, for the semi-final first leg of the Mexican Clausura.
The Azteca stadium hosted the first match between the two players, who aspire to the grand final of the Liga MX. The main engagement actions took place in the second half. At 54 minutes, América opened the account thanks to the Chilean Valdés, who takes advantage of a rebound from the goalkeeper to put the partial advantage. The former Audax Italiano, who started and played the 90’s, he reached his seventh goal in the competition.
But the Tuzos reached the tie. In the 82nd minute, Nicolás Ibáñez established the final 1-1, thanks to a penalty.
The rematch is played this Sunday, at the Hidalgo stadium, home of Pachuca. The cast led by Guillermo Almada was the super leader of the Clausura regular phase, with 38 points in 17 games.
The other semi-final of the Mexican tournament is contested by Atlas and Tigres. The first leg was played on Wednesday, in Guadalajara, and the Rouge et Noir beat the Felines 3-0, who had Igor Lichnovsky in defense. This key has its revenge on Saturday. Here is the first finalist.
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