Toluca FC was unable to visit Mazatlán and fell 1-0
On date 17 of the Mexico - Liga MX - Apertura 2023 tournament, Mazatlán defeated the Diablos Rojos by the slightest difference 1-0. The local team scored the only goal of the game 22 minutes into the second half, through Jefferson Intriago. With a cross from Josué Colmán, the midfielder connected with the ball in the large area and entered the back of the opponent's goal.
At 61 minutes of the second half, midfielder Marcel Ruiz had the opportunity to open the scoring, but his shot bounced off the post.
The best player of the match was Jefferson Intriago. The Mazatlán midfielder scored 1 goal.
Josué Colmán was another of the key players. The Mazatlán midfielder looked for the opponent's goal 3 times.
It was a game with many frictions due to infractions committed in the open field. There was only one card, in the 94th minute of the second half Andrés Mosquera received a yellow card.
Mazatlán coach Ismael Rescalvo proposed a 4-4-2 formation with Hugo González in goal; Bryan Colula, Facundo Almada, Luis Olivas and Jair Díaz on the defensive line; Josué Colmán, Sergio Flores, Andrés Montaño and Jefferson Intriago in the middle; and Édgar Bárcenas and Raúl Camacho in the attack.
For its part, Carlos Morales' team took the field with a 4-5-1 formation with Tiago Volpi between the three sticks; Brian García, Valber Huerta, Andrés Mosquera and Maximiliano Araujo in defense; Juan Domínguez, Tomás Belmonte, Claudio Baeza, Jean Meneses and Marcel Ruiz in the midfield; and Edgar López up front.
Referee Adonai Escobedo González was in charge of supervising the game at the Kraken.
With this result, the host of the match reaches 22 points and is in seventh place. For its part, the visiting team remains at 21 points and is in ninth place in the tournament.
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