Juarense footballer Santiago Muñoz, who plays for Santos de Torreón, can spend his first minute in Mexico’s highest football tournament tonight, when the Lagunero team faced Monterrey in the first leg of the Clausura 2021 quarter-final. The Santos Modelo territory will start at 8:05 pm.
In this game, Muñoz made his debut in the first team against the United States on the 4th day. The border guard entered the exchange zone in the 59th minute and scored the goal with a feather. After the date with Atlas, he came back as a substitute and played for another 31 minutes.
From the sixth day onwards, Santi won the title and kept it until the end of the regular season, but in the 12th day of the game, he was concentrated in the Mexican national team before the Olympics.
Last Sunday, in Santos’s 5-0 defeat of Querétaro, Muñoz began to sit on the bench and did not enter the bench until the 72nd minute until he entered the position of Diego Valdes.
In addition to his goal against the American national team, Santi also scored in the match against Bravos Juarez on the 8th day, which ended in a 3-2 victory by Raguneros. On the tenth day, he added his third goal and defeated Rayos del Necaxa 3-1 in the game.
So far, the three goals he added have been submitted to the Santos Stadium.
In the regular season, Santos ranked fifth in total with 26 points, a product of 7 wins, 5 draws and 5 losses. He added 18 goals and 13 goals.
For its part, Monterrey ranked fourth with 28 points. Prior to this, he had achieved 8 victories, 4 ties and 5 losses, including 22 goals and 13 goals.
As a local, the Torreón team is almost invincible and scored extra points with 20 wins, 6 losses, 2 draws and 1 loss, while Rayados was more balanced because they saved 11 points at home and 17 points at home.