Last weekend the fourth day of the Grita Mexico 2021 Tournament. In total, 18 goals were scored, where the most bulky result was the thrashing of Blue Cross Toluca 4-0, while there were two games with a zero-goal draw. For now, and as it is already a tradition in 90min, here we present the 10 best goals that were seen on the soccer date. True works of art!
One of the best goals that was seen in the football week was the one scored by the Rayos del Necaxa footballer Rodrigo Aguirre. The Uruguayan striker took advantage of a corner kick to jump through the air and hit an accurate header, embedding the ball in the net of goalkeeper Marcelo Barovero.
Another of the week’s outstanding goals was scored by Tigres UANL striker Nicolás López. The ‘Diente’ received a pass into the area from Luis Quiñones from Chile, for the Uruguayan attacker to finish off with a volley to put the tying goal against the Camoteros del Puebla.
The current champion of Mexico, the Blue Cross Machine, thrashed the Red Devils of Toluca by a score of 4-0. One of the best goals was the work of Bryan Angulo, who hit a bounce with his right leg early to overcome goalkeeper Luis García.
On the other hand, Yairo Moreno’s goal is not far behind the best that were seen on the fourth date of the Grita Mexico Tournament. The footballer made a good reception of the ball, to immediately take a powerful left-footed shot and put the momentary equalizer goal for the Tuzos del Pachuca, who fell 3-1 against Monterrey.
The Eagles of America they beat the Atlas Foxes by the slightest difference in the Sunday game of the day. The winner of the bronze medal, Sebastián Córdova, was the author of the goal, in a good play in which he ended up pushing the ball.
One of the most spectacular goals of the week that ended was that of Maximiliano Meza, Rayados de Monterrey player. The Argentine received a ball from the band that the rival goalkeeper tried to win, however, Meza shot from the right and got a great goal.
The Chilean footballer Víctor Dávila scored a marvel of goal in the game of the victory of the Esmeraldas del León against Mazatlán FC. The showy thing was how he received the ball, with a taquito he gained position to immediately emerge and get rid of Nicolás Vikonis.
The ‘Cuco’ Angulo was dispatched with the big spoon and got a double in the win by Blue Cross on Saturday night at the Azteca Stadium. His second target was also a great goal, by threatening the rival defender to end up sending the round to the bottom of the nets.
Another of the works of art that left day four of Liga MX was that of Ángel Mena. The Ecuadorian striker took advantage of an off-hook and the hand-in-hand with the goalkeeper was enough to make a feint and then pump the ball to put the goal in favor of the Green Panzas del León.
Although it is true that at the beginning he tried to send a service that ended in a goal, no one can argue with the genius that came out of the Xolos de Tijuana player Lucas Rodríguez. The footballer took a shot that ended up sneaking into Hugo González’s door that made him confident.