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Xolos de Tijuana 0-1 Monterrey en vivo por el Guardianes 2020: partido, alineaciones y suplentes

Author: Goal Football News, Live Scores, Results & Transfers | Goal.com

La Copa MX disputará los primeros 90 minutos de su final, buscando nuevo campeón.

Miércoles 21 de octubre , día apuntado en el calendario para disputarse la final de ida de la Copa MX . Los conjuntos destinados a medirse serán Xolos y Monterrey , dos proyectos que saben lo importante que sería esta conquista para sus vitrinas.

Antonio Mohamed será uno de los protagonistas de esta contienda, convirtiéndose en uno de los técnicos más exitosos en la historia de Rayados. Sin embargo, uno de sus momentos más altos en el futbol mexicano lo vivió de la mano de Tijuana, ayudándolos a conquistar su único título en 2012.

A continuación, en Goal te traemos la narración EN VIVO del partido, con toda la información, alineaciones y videos de la contienda.

Calendario y partidos de la Copa MX



93′ – ¡CAMBIOS DE RAYADOS! Vincent Janssen y Shayr Mohamed entraron en sustitución de Rogelio Funes Mori y A. Alvarado. 

86′ – Jordi Cortizo se mandó un disparo potente que pasó desviado del arco de Luis Cárdenas. 

83′ – ¡ATAJADÓN! Luis Cárdenas volvió a salvar a Rayados del empate de Xolos con una buena atajada que desvió el esférico. 

81′ – ¡EXPULSIÓN CANINA! Marcel Ruíz se va expulsado y deja el partido 10vs10 por un gesto al árbitro. 

73′ – ¡EXPULSIÓN RAYADA! Daniel Parra se va expulsado por una patada sobre Jordi Cortizo. 

64′ – ¡CAMBIO DE RAYADOS! Celso Ortíz entró a la cancha para sustituir a Alfonso González.

61′ – ¡NUEVO CAMBIO DE XOLOS! Jordi Cortizo entró en reemplazo de Fabián Castillo. 

54′ – ¡CAMBIOS DE XOLOS! Luis Leal y Marcel Ruíz entraron para sustituir a Brayan Angulo y Luis Gamíz. 

52′ – ¡PORTERO! Luis Cárdenas apareció para evitar el gol del empate del conjunto fronterizo con un atajadón. 

48′ – ¡AMONESTACIÓN RAYADA! Nicolás Sánchez se va con el cartón preventivo.

45′ – ¡CAMBIO DE XOLOS! Miguel Barbieri entra a la cancha para reemplazar a Víctor Guzmán. 

26′ – ¡OTRA AMONESTACIÓN!  Christian Rivera de Xolos de Tijuana también se va amonestado. 

23′ – ¡CERCA RAYADOS!  Rogelio Funes Mori tomó el balón y se enfiló al área pero su disparo se fue desviado.

17′ – ¡GOL DE RAYADOS!  Nicolás Sánchez abrió el marcador desde los once pasos con un disparo a la izquierda de Jonathan Orozco. 

17′ – ¡AMONESTACIÓN PARA XOLOS!  Fabián Castillo se va amonestado. 

16′ – ¡PENAL PARA RAYADOS!  Aldo Cruz comete una falta a Maxi Meza que se sanciona con penal. 

9′ – ¡CARDENAS!  El portero de Rayados tuvo una oportuna intervención para evitar que Tijuana abriera el marcador del partido. 

2′ – ¡CERCA XOLOS! –  Iván Gacelo buscó abrir el marcador pero su disparo se fue desviado. 

1′ – ¡TEMPRANERA AMONESTACIÓN!  Víctor Guzmán recibe el cartón preventivo. 

20:08 –  ¡Arranca el partido! Xolos robó el balón y lo tiene en su cancha.

PREVIA – ¡Muy buenas tardes! Sean todos bienvenidos a la final de ida de la Copa MX.  Xolos recibirá a Monterrey en los primeros 90 minutos de la eliminatoria. En las semifinales disputadas en el mes de marzo, Los Fronterizos dejaron en el camino a Toluca, mientras Rayados hizo lo propio con FC Juárez.



Siete meses después de su último partido, la Copa MX reanuda sus actividades, teniendo en puerta la final de la competencia. Xolos y Monterrey son los equipos sobrevivientes y que definirán al ganador de la edición más atípica de su historia.

El duelo tiene muchos ingredientes para ser espectacular. Tijuana nunca ha conseguido este título, sabiendo que podría romper un ayuno de ocho años sin levantar un trofeo. Por su parte, Rayados es un habitual en esta competición, buscando sumar un título más que lo referende como uno de los poderosos.

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PARTIDOXolos vs Monterrey
FECHAMiércoles 21 de octubre
ESTADIOEstadio Caliente, Tijuana
HORARIO21:06 (Tiempo del Centro de México)

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Man City 3-1 Porto: Sergio Aguero's 40th Champions League goal in comeback win

Author: BBC Sport – Football

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Sergio Aguero scores Manchester City's equaliser from the penalty spot
Aguero’s equaliser for City was his first goal since January and his 40th in the Champions League

Manchester City made a winning start to their 10th attempt at winning the Champions League after fighting back to beat Porto.

The Portuguese champions took a surprise early lead but Sergio Aguero quickly levelled from the spot and second-half goals from Ilkay Gundogan and substitute Ferran Torres gave City victory.

This was not a vintage performance from Pep Guardiola’s side, who were sloppy in possession in dangerous positions, especially early on, but they were in full control by the time their opening game in Group C was over.

City had not even managed a shot at goal when they fell behind in the 14th minute, after a poor pass by Ruben Dias allowed Matheus Uribe to start a Porto attack.

Uribe found Colombian forward Luis Diaz, who was allowed to cut inside from the left and run virtually unchallenged into the City box before beating Ederson with a low shot.

City were not behind for long, however, with Aguero given the chance to equalise from the spot after Gundogan hit the post and Pepe clumsily took out Raheem Sterling as he chased the rebound.

Porto were unhappy with the decision, claiming Gundogan had stepped on goalkeeper Agustin Marchesin in the build-up, but the penalty stood and Aguero blasted home his 40th Champions League goal.

There were further chances for the visitors before the break, with Kyle Walker having to clear Sergio Oliveira’s shot off the line.

But they were much less of a threat in the second half, which was when City began to exert some authority in midfield.

The chances were hardly flowing for Guardiola’s men either, but Gundogan showed a touch of class to bend in his free-kick over the wall from the edge of the area and give his side the lead.

By now City were on top and Torres made certain of victory seconds after replacing Aguero, playing a neat one-two with fellow substitute Phil Foden and curling his shot home.

Aguero ends goal drought

It is only 67 days since City’s defeat against Lyon in the delayed quarter-finals of last year’s competition, and that disappointment must be fresh in Guardiola’s mind.

His side made a sluggish start here too, but in the end he will have seen plenty to improve his mood – notably the end of Aguero’s goal drought.

The prolific Argentina striker had gone 230 days without scoring before converting his penalty, the longest spell of his illustrious career.

Aguero had missed a large portion of that spell through injury, before making a return to action against Arsenal last weekend.

His fitness and form is surely key to City success, especially with their only other senior striker Gabriel Jesus sidelined, and it must be reassuring for Guardiola to see him back among the goals.

The bad news for City? Another injury

Fernandinho
Pep Guardiola says Fernandinho could be out for four to six weeks

The only cloud for City was to see another player – substitute Fernandinho – injured and forced off himself before the end.

Fernandinho had been a particularly vocal supporter of his side from the stands during the first half but they will not want him to have to stay there for a long period.

With a busy schedule ahead, they are already without their talisman Kevin de Bruyne as well as Jesus, Nathan Ake, Benjamin Mendy and Aymeric Laporte.

Uefa regulations allow clubs to name 12 substitutes for each Champions League game, but it was telling that City had two keepers – Zack Steffen and Scott Carson – on their bench.

‘We had to be patient’

Manchester City boss Pep Guardiola to BT Sport: “This is a good start for us and the next step we go to France to get the second one. At set-pieces they were strong. By the second half we didn’t concede anything on set-pieces or counter-attacks so we controlled the game.

“Here in the Champions League is an opportunity to play five substitutions and the ones that came on made incredible contribution. We had decided before the goal [to substitute Gundogan] but he made an incredible goal.

“We spoke about being patient, we had to be patient and at the right moment attack them, so we let them run.”

What’s next? A trip to France

City head for the south of France next Tuesday, 27 October, to play Marseille in their second game in Group C, at the same time as Porto entertain Olympiakos (both 20:00 GMT kick-offs).

Before then, Guardiola’s side travel to London to face West Ham in the Premier League on Saturday (12:30).

Player of the match

TorresFerran Torres

with an average of 7.26

Manchester City

  1. Squad number21Player nameTorres
    Average rating

    7.26

  2. Squad number47Player nameFoden
    Average rating

    7.17

  3. Squad number10Player nameAgüero
    Average rating

    6.80

  4. Squad number8Player nameGündogan
    Average rating

    6.61

  5. Squad number25Player nameFernandinho
    Average rating

    6.43

  6. Squad number20Player nameBernardo Silva
    Average rating

    6.33

  7. Squad number2Player nameWalker
    Average rating

    6.31

  8. Squad number7Player nameSterling
    Average rating

    6.22

  9. Squad number26Player nameMahrez
    Average rating

    6.16

  10. Squad number31Player nameEderson
    Average rating

    6.08

  11. Squad number3Player nameRúben Dias
    Average rating

    5.97

  12. Squad number16Player nameRodri
    Average rating

    5.97

  13. Squad number5Player nameStones
    Average rating

    5.75

  14. Squad number27Player nameJoão Cancelo
    Average rating

    5.74

  15. Squad number50Player nameGarcía
    Average rating

    5.57

FC Porto

  1. Squad number7Player nameDíaz

    Average rating

    6.61

  2. Squad number32Player nameSarr

    Average rating

    6.40

  3. Squad number19Player nameMbemba

    Average rating

    6.35

  4. Squad number1Player nameMarchesín

    Average rating

    6.35

  5. Squad number8Player nameUribe

    Average rating

    6.28

  6. Squad number12Player nameSanusi

    Average rating

    6.21

  7. Squad number11Player nameMarega

    Average rating

    6.20

  8. Squad number17Player nameJM Corona

    Average rating

    6.19

  9. Squad number50Player nameFábio Vieira

    Average rating

    6.10

  10. Squad number27Player nameSérgio Oliveira

    Average rating

    6.06

  11. Squad number18Player nameWilson Manafá

    Average rating

    5.83

  12. Squad number3Player namePepe

    Average rating

    5.78

  13. Squad number9Player nameTaremi

    Average rating

    5.65

  14. Squad number31Player nameNanu

    Average rating

    5.47

  15. Squad number10Player nameNakajima

    Average rating

    5.43

  16. Squad number30Player nameEvanilson

    Average rating

    5.26

Line-ups

Man City

  • 31Ederson
  • 2WalkerBooked at 28mins
  • 3Rúben Dias
  • 50GarcíaBooked at 67mins
  • 27CanceloBooked at 36mins
  • 20Bernardo SilvaBooked at 34mins
  • 16RodriSubstituted forFernandinhoat 85′minutesBooked at 90minsSubstituted forStonesat 90+4′minutes
  • 8GündoganSubstituted forFodenat 68′minutes
  • 26Mahrez
  • 10AgüeroSubstituted forTorresat 68′minutes
  • 7Sterling

Substitutes

  • 5Stones
  • 11Zinchenko
  • 13Steffen
  • 21Torres
  • 25Fernandinho
  • 33Carson
  • 47Foden
  • 61Nmecha
  • 69Doyle
  • 78Harwood-Bellis
  • 80Palmer
  • 82Bernabé

FC Porto

  • 1Marchesín
  • 17JM CoronaSubstituted forChipela Gomesat 77′minutes
  • 19Mbemba
  • 3PepeBooked at 84mins
  • 32SarrSubstituted forde Lima Barbosaat 80′minutes
  • 12SanusiSubstituted forNakajimaat 77′minutes
  • 50VieiraSubstituted forTaremiat 77′minutes
  • 27Oliveira
  • 8Uribe
  • 7DíazSubstituted forManafá Jancóat 55′minutes
  • 11Marega

Substitutes

  • 4Monteiro Pinto Leite
  • 6Loum
  • 9Taremi
  • 10Nakajima
  • 16Grujic
  • 18Manafá Jancó
  • 21Silva Baró
  • 28Felipe Anderson
  • 29Martínez
  • 30de Lima Barbosa
  • 31Chipela Gomes
  • 99Meireles Costa

Referee:
Andris Treimanis

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    Giro: siga a 17.ª etapa em direto

    Author: MAISFUTEBOL

    Está na estrada a 17.ª etapa da Volta a Itália, a 14.ª com o português João Almeida na liderança.

    São de 203 quilómetros e a alta montanha promete testar as pernas do ciclista português, já que a cabeça parece estar em grande forma, como mostrou na etapa de terça-feira.

    Montanha é o território de Rúben Guerreiro, que tenta recuperar a camisola azul, perdida no domingo.

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    Le dessin du jour – Mitroglou pas invité

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    Foot – Coronavirus – UEFA : annulation de la phase finale de l'Euro des moins de 19 ans

    Author: L'Equipe.fr Actu Football

    Le Comité exécutif de l’UEFA a décidé d’annuler la fin du Championnat d’Europe des moins de 19 ans de l’UEFA 2019-2020, dont la phase finale devait se dérouler en Irlande du Nord, en raison de la situation épidémiologique en Europe et les difficultés pour se déplacer qui en résultent.

    Étant donné que l’édition 2019-2020 du Championnat d’Europe des moins de 19 ans de l’UEFA était qualificative pour la Coupe du monde des moins de 20 ans de la FIFA, programmée du 20 mai au 12 juin en Indonésie, il a été décidé que les cinq billets réservés aux équipes européennes dans la compétition étaient attribués aux sélections occupant les cinq premières places au classement des coefficients des tours de qualification de l’UEFA pour la saison 2019-2020. Ainsi, les équipes d’Angleterre, de France, d’Italie, des Pays-Bas et du Portugal seront les représentant européens lors de la Coupe du Mondial U20 de la FIFA.