Copa MX Recap: Three Games That Stood Out

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MEXICO CITY, MEXICO - MAY 06: Diego Lainez of America drives the ball during the 17th round match between America and Pachuca as part of the Torneo Clausura 2017 Liga MX at Azteca Stadium on May 06, 2017 in Mexico City, Mexico. (Photo by Alejandro Valencia/Jam Media/LatinContent/Getty Images)

Editorial (August 11, 2017) – La Jornada three has come and gone for Copa MX. Many exciting games played this past Tuesday and Wednesday. Here is a recap of three games that stood out.

Copa MX Recap: Three Games That Stood Out

America vs Potros UAEM
After going down a goal in the nineteenth minute, Club America battled back in the thirty-three minute when Diego Lainez drew a penalty. Silvio “Chino” Romero stepped up and barely made it past the keeper. In the eightieth minute Chino Romero secured a brace and sealing the win for America. We also got to see the debut of Matues Uribe. The 26-year-old Colombian was subbed on in the fifty-seventh minute. Expect to see him with a start Friday against Atlas. America are second in group 3 with three points, while Potros sit at the bottom of the table with zero points.

Chivas vs Juarez FC
A lot of young guns were given the opportunity against Juarez FC Wednesday night. The young Jose Macias scored in the twelfth minute of play. After that it was just a dull game. Not much excitement to go along with most of the match. Matias Almeyda’s side sits well in the Copa MX standings. C.D. Guadalajara sit on top of group 7 with six points so far this Copa MX. Juarez FC sit at the bottom of the group with zero points.

Tigres vs Zacatepec
A shocking 2-1 defeat to the almighty Tigres UNAL. C.A. Zacatepec took an early 1-0 lead in the eighteenth minute scored by Armando Sandoval. About ten minutes later Zacatepec went up 2-0 scored by Luis Marquez. Tigres scored a consolation goal in the seventy-ninth minute by Damian Alvarez. Tuca had his side rotated a lot. No Javier Aquino, Andre Pierre-Gignac, and other big stars from Tigres. Tigres shockly sits at the bottom of group 5 with one point. Zacatepec sit at the top of the group with four points.

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