Liga MX Leon vs. Tigres

Not only the German bundesliga, I also watch Liga MX in Mexico and the Premier League in England.

The first half starts, and 6 minutes in the game, Javier Aquino scores his first goal, a very good one of the season in the first game. From just outside the box, he scores with a shot that goes in the middle of the goal. 6 minutes after that goal, Leon’s Walter Gonzales scores an equalizer for Leon. In the 23rd minute Javier gets injured and the world’s 2nd fastest soccer player Jurgen Damm comes on. In the 38th minute, Walter gets a yellow card. In the 45+1 minute, Leon’s Osvaldo Rodriguez comes off, Angel Mena comes on.

The second half starts and 12 minutes in the 2nd half Guido Pizarro fouls, and gets a yellow card. In the 63rd minute Tigres’ Luis Enrique Quinones is substituted off while Julian Quinones comes on. Another sub this time for Leon is made with Walter coming off and Jorge Diaz on. Pedro Aquino gets injured and comes off. In the 86th minute Jurgen Damm dribbles past the goalkeeper and shoots and misses! Jurgen goes up in the referee’s face, very frustrated and gets a yellow card. 1 minute later Rubens Sambueza gets a yellow. 3 minutes later Leon’s Yairo Morena scores a winning goal! Or not. In injury time Leon earns 2 yellow cards and a miracle happens. One Leon defender fouls Andre-Pierre Gignac in the box, and Gignac scores with a penalty! The game ends 2-2 in the 90+7th minute. A game with many chances, yellow cards, injuries, and goals ends with 100 minutes (including injury time) with plenty of exciting moments coming to an end.

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