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Reynoso said no one wanted to face Cruz Azul in the quarterfinals

This Saturday Cruz Azul beat Necaxa after Peru’s match to reach the quarterfinals john renosoThe coach of the machine, said…

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This Saturday Cruz Azul beat Necaxa after Peru’s match to reach the quarterfinals john renosoThe coach of the machine, said that his team is the opponent that no one would want to face in the quarter-finals of the Gritta Mexico Clausura 2022 tournament. MX League,

“This team deserves to be in all the final stages. We are among the eight finalists and we are going to be a very tough opponent. I think no one wanted us not to face each other,” said the coach after beating Nexa on penalties in the Liga MX playoffs.

In the first half of the match played at Azteca Stadium, blue Cross And Necaxa was neutralized. For the second half, La Maquina secured its score thanks to Paraguayan Juan Escobar, while Uruguay’s Rodrigo Aguirre scored 1–1 for the visitor. In the series of penalties, Cruz Azul won 3–1 as Necaxa missed three penalties; Blue goalkeeper Sebastian Jurado intercepted two shots, a position that Reynoso highlighted.

Liga MX/@CruzAzul . Cruz Azul will face Tigress in the quarter-finals of

“It was a tough match, but on penalties we have Sebastian’s great range of saves and the effectiveness of our players to kick every penalty that deserved to win and move on”, he noted.

john renoso spoke about the support his team received at the Azteca Stadium, despite the criticism it received during Clausura 2022 MX League through social media. “Football puts us in the place we deserve. I thank the fans who came out in support, who are certainly not the ones who hit us on the network; they trusted us and the boys longed for them.” Gave victory.

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With the completion of the playoff matches this Sunday, blue Cross K Gritta meets his opponent for the quarterfinals of the Mexico Clausura 2022 tournament MX LeagueWhere Tigress, directed by Miguel Herrera, will be measured for tickets to the semi-finals.

He has a degree in Communication Sciences from the Universidad d’Occidental, Guave Unit, specializing in Media. In his journey as a journalist, he has carried out works focused on agriculture, fishing, health and economic sectors. In 2016 he joined EL DEBATE, where he worked as a local reporter in Guasave, where he also covered the news, sports and police sections. Since 2017, he entered the digital arena as a reporter on the EL DEBATE newspaper portal www.debate.com.mx, specializing in the sports section. In addition to studying and passing the “Sports Journalism Workshop” at the University of Guadalajara in its Virtual University System. cornelio.figueroa@debate.com.mx

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