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Cruz Azul contributed four players to the playoff’s ideal eleven.

this monday MX League In line with the reclassification of the Gritta México Clausura 2022 tournament, the players selected in…

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this monday MX League In line with the reclassification of the Gritta México Clausura 2022 tournament, the players selected in the model eleven of the week were announced, from which four players blue Cross He was selected, led by goalkeeper Sebastian Jurado.

Peru coach Cruz Azul John Renoso They beat Necaxa 3-1 on Saturday in a series of penalties to qualify for the quarter-finals of the Liga MX Clausura 2022 tournament. The playoff match ended in a 1–1 draw at regular time. Paraguayan Juan Escobar scored for Blues and Rodrigo Aguirre of Uruguay scored for Necaxa.

on penalty, goalkeeper Sebastian Jurado Saved two shots, while Uruguay Agustin Oliveros fired his shot to blue Cross Got my pass for the quarter finals. For Cruz Azul, Paraguayan Angel Romero, Adrian Aldrette and Peru’s Luis Abrams scored penalties. Chile’s Angelo Araos was the only scorer for Necaxa.

Playoff/@CruzAzul . Cruz Azul player selected in the model eleven of

Cruz Azul player who was selected in the playoff ideal eleven MX League the goalkeeper Sebastian Jurado, Luis Abrams, Juan Escobar and Christian Tabo, with La Maquina being the team contributing the most players. “4 players from La Maquina in reclassification ideal XI”, wrote the club congratulating its footballers on social networks.

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blue Cross Gritta focuses on preparing for the quarter-final matches of the Mexico Clausura 2022 tournament MX League Where Tigress, directed by Miguel Herrera, will be measured in search of tickets to the semi-finals.

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