The last one opposes the first, the first opposes the last. At least on paper, tonight when Bravos de Juárez (Bravos de Juárez) faces 2021 Clausura at the Benito Juárez Stadium at 9:30 pm When the leader of the country, Cruz Azul (Cruz Azul), it looked like an unbalanced duel.
For the brave, this will be the second game under the command of coach Alfonso Sosa, who defeated Necaxa from Juarez two weeks ago. ) And from Juarez (Juarez) debut, the game will only be held two days after the board of directors proposed.
The frontier squad includes Zacatecan player Joaquín Esquivel, who won the Concacaf Olympic preliminaries with the Mexican national team last Tuesday and was tied for the first two days with Tokyo 2020.
“We know that Cruz Azul is a very difficult opponent, we know that they come from those very positive winning streaks, and we want to get a winning streak and want to score, which is very important, so now I have always known Sosa Professor, then let us see what happened.” Esquivel announced on Wednesday after reporting again to the Brave.
Jarres (FC Juárez) participated in this game and he ranked last in the finals with 9 points (two wins, three draws and six defeats). The day before, they fell into the light 1-0 in the last-minute goal.
The machine is in a completely opposite situation. Due to 10 consecutive victories, after losing the first two games of this tournament, they became the first with a score of 30 units.
In Apertura 2020, the Braves visited Cruz Azul on the fifth day. They didn’t know how to take advantage of Darío Lezcano’s goal in the first minute. Lost to the opponent 3-2.
Tonight’s game has additional content because it is one of the six-point requirements of the percentage table, because it was not possible to play in this city due to the cancellation of the game a year ago.
Match day 13
Juarez FC vs Cruz Azul
9:30 pm, Benito Juarez Stadium
Television: Aztec Television (TUDN)
Games played 11
Put in table 18
Games played 12
Field Goal 7
Put in table 1
Statistics: This is the first time Cruz Azul has played against Bravos in Ciudad Juarez. The first four times were in Mexico City.