Liga MX: Atlas takes an important step to the 2022 Clausura Final |  Video

The dream of the bi-championship is valid…

Atlas took a very important step towards Final of the Closing Tournament 2022 of Liga MX by beating 3-0 to tigers, first leg match of the semifinalsheld this Wednesday at the Jalisco Stadium.

The Red and Blacks They struck at the right time with the Argentine’s goals Julius Caesar Furch, criminal way at minute 40 ‘, Luis Ricardo Reyes at 60 ‘and the Colombian Julian Quinones at 90′.

The Guadalajara team was much superior throughout the match, except for 10 minutes in the complementary part, when Tigres tried to react. The trident Furch, Chalá, Quiñones, it was a headache for the feline bass chart.

An in-depth service Quinones to Chala dislodged the northern defense and gave rise to the maximum penalty, after lowering Nahuel Guzman to the Ecuadorian striker. The person in charge of capitalizing the penalty was Julius Caesar Furchwho ran with luck when crashing the ball at the base of the left post, but with such luck, that it bounced in the direction of the networks.

In the complementary part, those led by the Argentine coach Diego Martin Cocca They sentenced the match and, perhaps the tie, in their favor with two authentic goals. First a cross shot from Louis Reyes at minute 60. And, later, around the hour, a violent flash of Quinonesfrom outside the area, which made the useless flight of Guzman in the background.

In a span of six minutes, Tigres had three clear opportunities to discount the score, but a shot from Guido Pizarro it was deflected by Hugo Nervo and forced the extraordinary throw of the goalkeeper Camilo Vargaswhose slap caused the ball to crash into the crossbar, was the first call at minute 77.

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Seconds later, a series of rebounds in the small red and black area served the ball for the French striker. Andre-Pierre Gignac, but the scoring champion of the tournament sent the ball over the frame. Incredible fail. Second call.

And, finally, a shot with the head of the Paraguayan Carlos Gonzalez, He escaped just wide before the helpless gaze of the Colombian goalkeeper and the desperation of Michael Herrera, along with all the visiting bench.

The champion is more alive than ever and will seek to seal his ticket to the Grand Final this Saturday at the university stadium, where Tigres will appeal to the suffocating support of its peopleas well as one epic reaction to change the course of this story.

Semifinal / First Leg
Atlas 3-0 Tigers
Stadium: Jalisco
Referee: Marco Antonio Ortiz
1-0 (40′).- Julio César Furch (penalty)
2-0 (60′).- Luis Ricardo Reyes
3-0 (90′).- Julián Quiñones

Camilo Vargas
Hugo Nervo
Emmanuel Aguilera
Anderson Santamaria
(Gaddi Aguirre, 57′) (Yellow, 84′)
Louis Reyes
Edgar Zaldivar
Aldo Rocha (Yellow, 71′)
(Diego Saragossa, 89′)
Hannibal Chala
Joseph Abella
Julián Quiñones (Yellow, 90+2′)
Julius Furch
(Edyairth Ortega, 77′)
DT: Diego Cocca

Nahuel Guzman
Guido Pizarro
Igor Lichnovsky
Hugo Ayala
Rafael Carioca
Juan Vigon
(Luis Rodriguez, 45′)
Jesus Alberto Angle
Jesus Duenas
(Carlos Gonzalez, 67′)
Andre-Pierre Gignac
Yeferson Soteldo (Yellow, 32′)
(Florian Thauvin, 84′)
Luis Quinones
DT: Miguel Herrera

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