A special match was the one that had the former Colo Colo flyer Claudio Baeza, in Toluca. This, because the “Serrucho” gave an assist, was sent off for a double yellow card and his team beat América 3-1 and is the leader of Mexican soccer.
The match began in a frenzy at the Nemesio Diez stadium, since after 2 minutes, Óscar Ortega put Toluca ahead. However, the joy did not last long, since at 6 ‘Henry Martin equalized for the “Eagles”.
At 38 minutes came the moment of glory for Baeza. The frill formed in the lower divisions of Colo Colo took a precise and accurate center from about 30 meters and the Paraguayan Braian Samudio with an impeccable header he gave the advantage to the “Red Devils”.
But after 56 minutes the sadness came for the “Serrucho”, since Baeza received the second yellow card and was expelled leaving his team with one less player. Luckily for the former Colo Colo, Ortega at 61 ‘scored his double and the third for Toluca, which gave coach Hernán Cristante more peace of mind.
With the victory, Toluca reached 20 points and equaled América at the top of the Mexican soccer standings after nine disputed dates.