TIJUANA, BC. – Xolos will be playing against Monterrey today at their home field today, with an advantage over the Rayados from the result from last game, which was the first game out of two in the quarter finals of the Apertura tournament 2012 of the Liga MX.
The match is scheduled to start at 4:30p.m. (PST) today at Estadio Caliente, which the canine squad is hoping to have the support of all their fans with a packed stadium for today’s game.
The fans of the red and black team since the beginning of last week have gone to the stadium ticket booths, to purchase their tickets for what could be a historic game, because Xolos could be qualifying for the semifinals today, which this is their second consecutive time qualifying for the playoffs, but it would be their first time making it all the way into semifinals.
Based on the results of the last game where the American defender Gregory Garza scored a goal, Xolos now head into today’s game with an advantage for winning at the away game as a visitor at the Tecnologico stadium in Monterrey.
Pablo Cesar Aguilar will be back for this game after represent his country of Paraguay in a previous match, and the Argentinian head coach Antonio Mohamed will have all of his starters available for this match, and who will try to use all of these key players to advance to the next phase of the tournament.
Club Tijuana is only a game away from making history and also achieving something important in the Mexican soccer league.
Translation : Omar.Martinez@sandiegored.com