Yesterday ended the Kabbalistic day of the contest, where in total ONLY 13 goals were scored. Although it is true that the amount of annotations was low, the fact is that there were real works of art that attracted attention.
As it is already a tradition in 90min, here we present you the 7 best goals that were seen in this soccer week that ended. Real beauties!
The Pumas UNAM team returned to the winning path by winning by the smallest difference against the Bravos de Juárez.
When the score was 0-0, in the agony of the game the defining player fell. At minute 94 ‘the attacker Bryan Corozo took off two players to define with the inside part.
Mexican striker Guillermo Martínez scored one of the best targets of matchday 13.
In the match between Necaxa and Puebla, the attacker received the ball with his left foot inside the area, to immediately turn around and thus score the only goal for the victory.
In the match between Rayados de Monterrey and the Panzas Verdes del León, the player Elías Hernández scored a real goal.
It was the 14th minute when he received a ball in the moonlight of the area to finish off with a powerful left-footed shot.
One of the best goals that was seen on this day that ended was that of forward Mauro Manotas.
The attacker of Xolos de Tijuana took advantage of the error in the exit of a rival defender to control the ball and put a balloon inside the door of Washington Aguerre.
Player Alejandro Nicolás Ibáñez scored a great goal in the 1-1 draw between Tuzos del Pachuca and Santos Laguna.
In a counterattack, the striker received the ball and the striking thing was the waist cut that he made to the defender to immediately define with a low shot.
Finally, after a long drought without scoring, last Saturday the French striker André-Pierre Gignac was reunited with the goal.
In a free kick, the ‘Big Mac’ was in charge of executing the charge, doing it in a professorial way, thus defeating José de Jesús Corona.
What to say about Roger Martínez’s goal? Without a doubt, the best goal not only of the day, perhaps also of his career as an Americanist element.
When it seemed that the game would end 0-0, the Colombian appeared to get three rivals off his back, control the ball inside the area and define with a light touch. Golazo!