Week Two of the Apertura is nearly complete, and the soccer authorities deemed us worthy of a thriller at Olympic Stadium.
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Pumas 5-3 Necaxa
This game was bonkers, and featured one of the slickest nutmegs we’ve seen in some time.
More on that later, but a 1-1 halftime deadlock gave way to a half-dozen markers in a frenzied second half.
Necaxa’s Matias Fernandez saw his 53rd minute goal answered two minutes later by Carlos Gonzalez. Martin Rodriguez and Alan Mozo made it 4-2 by the 76th, but Necaxa again had a quick fire answer in the 78th through Victor Davila’s second of the night.
Gonzalez bagged his second in the 81st to effectively put the match to bed, but what a game.
Mozo’s goal was legitimately smooth.
Club America 3-0 Atlas
Guido Rodriguez’s double made sure Week 1 was just a stumble, as America came back with an inspired performance to move to 1W-1L on the Apertura.
Tigres 0-0 Tijuana
Guadalajara 0-1 Cruz Azul
Morelia 3-1 Santos Laguna
Puebla 2-1 Toluca
Queretaro 1-0 Pachuca
Lobos BUAP 2-0 Veracruz
Leon 0-2 Monterrey