All or nothing. At noon today, Bravos de Juárez will face Tuzos de Pachuca in the second leg of the second leg of the 2021 Clausura quarter-final. In the game, continue to play in the U-20 League, which will be held at the Hidalgo Stadium.
The global score is 1-1, so the Juarense team needs to win the game with any score or tie with 2 or more goals. 0-0 and 1-1 are conducive to Pachuca’s away goals and his position in the overall table.
The game is scheduled to start at 11:00 am Juarez time. If they win, the Warriors will face Monterrey, the leader who eliminated Leon in the semifinals. If Pachuca is promoted, his next competitor will be Atlas, who will exclude the United States.
Sinaloan Sebastián García, who scored for the brave team last Thursday, recalled that on the first day of this match, they went to Pachuca and scored 2 -0 lost, but today they will try to make the story different.
“Pachuca was the leader for almost the entire game, and now it’s their turn to play for them. We lost in the first game against them in Pachuca, but we will fight for victory. The 19-year-old midfielder said that in the league, it is not easy to achieve this goal, and we must work hard to adapt to this.
After living on this border for a year and a half, the locals of Guasave began to fight with the U-17 team in Bravos and believed that the team was very united in the U-20.
“Although we have been together for a short time, but the distance is very close, we want to be champions, we want to win the championship.”
In the 17 days of the regular game, Garcia added 5 goals to Juarense’s career, and in the first round, he knew how to take advantage of the serious rejection of Tuzos’ defense to enable him to bring the ball to the area. The suburbs then hit him with a chamfer from the left hand and placed it in the upper right corner.
“I think the team performed very well in the game and we achieved good results. The goal fell on me, but based on the team’s efforts, we all came forward,” Garcia said.
Sebastián’s nickname is “Destroyer”, and a reporter from Guasave called him him because he has been very upset since he was a child.
Social networks are not at home and are the best tool to keep in touch with family and friends, so you can share victories and defeats.
“My mother will always be the person on the social network. My grandparents, father and all my uncles have been looking for me to support me. I extend my sincere greetings to my parents and family members who have always supported me. Greetings from the people who have been following us in the town.”
Sunday, May 9
11:00 am, Hidalgo Stadium
competition is over
Brave One, Pachuca 1
Global level: 1-1