Pumas ties goalless with Pachuca and tentatively takes the lead

Pumas ties goalless with Pachuca and tentatively takes the lead

The Pumas UNAM tied without goals on Sunday with the Pachuca of the Spanish coach Pako Ayestarán and they remained provisionally as leaders of the Mexican Apertura tournament, although they will lose the first place if Cruz Azul wins later. In a duel between the first and the last of the tournament , the Tuzos de Ayestarán defended well and stopped a streak of three consecutive defeats, in addition to preventing the university students from linking four wins for the first time in this century. The first time was few clear arrivals, although Pumas created danger with the Argentine Víctor Malcorra, the Paraguayan Carlos González and Pablo Barrera. The Pachuca threatened with the Chilean Ángelo Sagal.
  For the second part Pachuca was a bit better but there were not many offensive plays in a wet court and with some cold at 2,240 meters above sea level.The Argentine Franco Jara created danger for visitors and Pumas Gonzalez launched a goal Pozo Pachuca goalkeeper Alfonso Blanco stopped the action. With the equalizer the Pumas of the Mexican coach David Patiño reached three wins with a draw and 10 points, one more than America, Cruz Azul and Monterrey, his followers, although the celestes have a game pending, tonight at Tijuana's house. Last night the America took advantage of playing 60 minutes with one more man on the court and thrashed the Monterrey Rayados 3-0, who also saw their three-game winning streak fail. The Colombians Roger Martínez and Andrés Ibargüen, and the Paraguayan Bruno Valdez converted for the Águilas, who went up to second place. Shortly before the Toluca defeated the UANL Tigers 1-2 with annotations of the Argentinean Enrique Triverio and the Brazilian Wiliam Da Silva, while for the Felinos, who had 29 games without losing at home, converted the Frenchman André Pierre Gignac. The Lion of Uruguayan coach Gustavo Diaz passed over Queretaro who led 4-0 with goals from Colombians Andres Mosquera and Yairo Moreno, of the Argentine Maximiliano Cerato and the Mexican Luis Montes.Lobos Buap and Atlas tied on Saturday without goals and on Friday Veracruz exceeded by 1-2 to Puebla with double of the Argentinean Christian Menéndez. Morelia won 2-1 at Necaxa. Champion Santos will later visit Chivas de Guadalajara and Cruz Azul at Tijuana.

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