Day 3 of the Grita Mexico 2021 Tournament where interesting goals were recorded. The most bulky result was the one that was witnessed between the UNAM Pumas and Atlético San Luis, where the Tuneros beat on someone else’s court by 1-3. Here we present to you which were the 10 best scores of the match. True works of art!
One of the best goals that were seen in the football week was the one sent by the footballer of the Panzas Verdes del León Elías Hernández. The ‘Patrolman’ turned on the ball twice, the second being the effective one to beat goalkeeper Washington Aguerre.
Another of the brushstrokes that matchday 3 gave us was in the game between Rayos del Necaxa and La Blue Cross Machine. In the match played in Aguascalientes, striker Santiago Giménez sentenced the match by putting the 1-2. The way he lowered the ball and defined it was worth it all.
The Chivas del Guadalajara team returned to the Akron Stadium and achieved a bittersweet 2-2 draw against the Bravos de Juárez. In the final minutes Jesús Godínez took two rivals at speed to define with the inside of his right foot, rescuing an agonizing point.
After his disastrous participation with the Mexican team in the Gold Cup, and after the constant criticism received, last weekend Carlos Salcedo returned to play with Tigres, and in what way, since he achieved the agonizing goal for the team’s draw academic.
The only goal of the Pumas in their home game against Atlético San Luis was a real brushstroke. The footballer Sebastián Saucedo took the ball on the outskirts of the area, the space was opened until he settled down to take out a rifle and beat the Mexican goalkeeper Andrés Sánchez.
Defender Néstor Vidrio scored a great goal in the match in which Mazatlán drew against Rayados de Monterrey. The ‘Woody’ got up which length is to put an accurate header sending the ball into the royal networks.
Already for the weekend’s game, the UNAM Pumas received the always complicated visit of Atlético San Luis on the field of the Olympic University Stadium. One of the goals with which the Tuneros beat the felines 1-3 was that of Germán Berterame, who stole a ball on the outskirts of the area and defined masterfully.
The current leader of the competition, the Red Devils of Toluca, entered the field of the Caliente Stadium to collide with Xolos de Tijuana. The first goal of the night fell into the boots of Rubens Sambueza, who from the band took a shot that slipped into the nets. Golazo!
The soccer player Fernando Gorriarán was silent at the University Stadium in the match in which Santos Laguna measured forces against the UANL Tigres. At minute 7 ‘of the game, he took advantage of a loose ball on the outskirts of the area to hit a tremendous right foot, leaving Nahuel Guzmán stopped.
Unquestionably, the best goal of the third day was the one sent by lateral defender Raúl López. The ‘Fingers’ received by way of a pass from Rubens Smabueza to hit from the right, beating goalkeeper Jonathan Orozco, who stretched how long it is but would never reach that ball.