RIVERSIDE, CA.- According to a poll, Club Tijuana Xoloitzcuintles de Caliente is the easiest team to play against during the 2012 Copa Libertadores de América.
The survey was asked to fans of Bolivian team San José Oruro on the most complete Website about their squad, Club-SanJose.com, where they choose Tijuana as the least intimidating team of Group 5 of the Libertadores cup.
The poll is open to all soccer fanatics and asked “which team is the strongest of Group 5?” The group is formed by San José Oruro and Xolos, and is completed by Brazilian SC Corinthians Paulista and Millonarios from Colombia.
Corinthians, current Club World Champion, is the most feared by Bolivian fans with 79% of the votes, followed by Millonarios with 13% and Tijuana is last with just 7%.
The survey will be open for one more day at the Website from this club; San José is working hard to participate on the 2013 edition of Copa Libertadores. As of right now, the South American directors are expecting to finish work on their stadium, Jesús Bermúdez, lights, to have them ready for the continental tournament. A proper lighting structure is a must to play night games for the cup.
San José Oruro is the only team on Group 5 which didn’t win a cup, league or tournament in 2012. The club ended up on second place at the 2012 Apertura tournament in Bolivia’s First Division with 41 points, just behind The Strongest, the current monarch of the country. Oruro ended up in second place during the 2012 Clausura tournament too.