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Feline Dance! Tigres beat Mazatlán and revive in the Clausura 2024

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Feline Dance!  Tigres beat Mazatlán and revive in the Clausura 2024

Despite the rain that was present in the moments before the game, a large number of fans were present at the University Stadium to encourage their Tigers who without complications defeated the Mazatlan.

Marcelo Flores is one of the players who is having the best moment in Siboldi’s team, earning ownership and becoming a key piece for the functioning of the ‘Felines’, demonstrating it again for this duel.

From the first moments he was one of those who took the most initiative to go on the attack, commanding several attacks and moving throughout the entire axis of attack. At minute 10′, Javier Aquino put a great serve into the area, Marcelo controlled the ball, turned around and took a great shot, making it 1-0.

Before reaching half an hour of running time, the few Mazatlán fans who were in the ‘Volcano’ They were celebrating what seemed like the tying goal, thanks to the former Pumas, Gustavo del Prete but after a VAR review, the referee annulled the goal due to a previous foul.

In one of the last plays of the first half, André-Pierre Gignac would attend Luis Quinones who scored 2-0, yes, with a detour included that did not allow him to reach Hugo Gonzalez.

For the second half, Tigers He continued attacking, being superior to the rival and generating many dangerous chances. At minute 60′, Juan Brunetta would put a cross into the area that would be finished off in a very good way by Marcelo Flores who sent the ball to the back of the net, thus signing his double, the first in his time with Tigers.

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Almost 10 minutes later, Mazatlán reacted, scoring the goal of honor, thanks to Luis Amarilla assisted by Alonso Escoboza putting the momentary 3-1.

Ya sin Andre Pierre Gignac on the field, the ‘Tank’ Nico Ibanez who took the Frenchman’s place, made it 4-1, just on the first ball he touched. Ozziel Herrera who also had few minutes on the court, was the assister.

Practically, with five minutes left, the central defender of the ‘Felines’, Samir Caetano went on the attack in search of his goal and achieved it, after a great first-time shot with his left leg.

With this result, those led by Robert Dante Siboldi They achieve their sixth win of the season, reaching 21 points and momentarily remaining in fifth place in the table.


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