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We haven’t won anything yet: Miguel Herrera

tigers became the overall leader at the end of day 12 of BBVA MX Leagueafter defeating the Xolos from Tijuana in the university volcano. The cats have 26 points and nine consecutive games without losing. However, for the team’s coach, Miguel HerreraThey still haven’t achieved their ultimate goals.

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“It makes me calm to know that the team is doing things well. But we have not won anything, we are interested in staying well, with the union of the group, with the strength that we have shown, we will fight for the top all the time”, Herrera said at a press conference.

Furthermore, despite the victory, tigers suffered in the first half, in which the ball was shared on multiple occasions with the rivals, who could not make their arrivals concrete. The second half was completely local domain, but Miguel Herrera He did not end up happy with the actions of his team.

“A game that despite the fact that we had possession, we were not as practical and forceful as we have been. We were stopping doing things that we were doing well. At halftime, we talked about standing up better, we made a change, with people who could hold the ball longer,” said the feline coach.

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On the other hand, this defeat of Just, meant falling to 12th place, the limit of the playoff places. But it was not the only bad news for those from Tijuana, since Jonathan Orozco He left due to injury at halftime and they did not assure if he will be ready for the pending game against San Luis that they will have the following Wednesday.

“Jonathan is a national team goalkeeper, he has a lot of hierarchy, but the times that it was Gil’s turn, he did it in a very good way. (Jonathan) he felt discomfort, but it doesn’t come out, he felt it where he had a previous injury, it’s a relapse of what he had. He recovers very quickly, because he has already shown it, “said Sebastián Méndez, technical director of the Xolos.

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