According to the news announced by the Juarense team board yesterday, in the 2021 Clausura U-20 competition, the quarter-final match date between Bravos de Juárez and Tuzos del Pachuca has been changed.
Initially, the round trip will take place at the border today and at Pachuca on Saturday. According to the new schedule, the first game will be held at the Bravos Complex at 10:00 am tomorrow, and the last game will be held in the capital of Hidalgo State at 11:00 am on Sunday, May 9.
Under the leadership of Tomás Campos, the Juarense team finished seventh in the 2021 Clausura ranking, while Tuzos ranked second in the regular role competition.
Brave forward Miguel Pantoja announced yesterday that they have worked hard to do their best on tomorrow’s court and achieved positive results. In addition, since there are two games, they will plan the game in the best way.
In the regular season, the two teams met at the Hidalgo Stadium on the first game day and won 2-0 for Tuzos, but Pantoya believes this is a different situation.
“On the first day we had Pachuca. We have been starting a project. We are new players. We already know each other. But in the tournament we continue to improve. We have got points. We have now entered the league and have more teams. , We can do better.”
Pantoja is 20 years old, originally from Cuernavaca (Cuernavaca), Morelos, and believes that this stage of the game is different and under another pressure.
“The game is more important. We know that any mistake will cost us the cost of the game, but Thomas told us that we must enjoy ourselves, we must do things responsibly, but always enjoy ourselves.”
Bravos players also pointed out that during the game, the mentality of the players changed, which helped them qualify.
“The mentality is very different. The fact is that at the beginning we didn’t have much confidence in ourselves, but we were able to know our abilities and keep improving our game level. We keep improving and the situation will always be more and more fluid. “
They played with Pachuca. The champions of the match were Bryan González and Jahaziel Marchand. They will be opponents of the hometown team this time.