Cruz Azul defeated Pumas 2-1 and adds three wins in a row in Liga MX: relive what the game left

Cougars faces will be seen before Blue Cross for matchday 15 of the 2022 Opening Tournament in the MX League this Sunday, September 18 from 5:00 p.m. (Peruvian and Mexican time). Here you can follow all the details of the match, through Minute by Minute.

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What time to watch Pumas vs Cruz Azul?

If you live in Peru, Mexico, Colombia or Ecuador you can see it from 5:00 p.m. If you are in Argentina, Uruguay or Brazil you can follow the broadcast from 7:00 p.m.

For all those who are in Spain, they will be able to follow this match from 00:00 on Monday, September 19. Finally, Chile and Uruguay will have the 18:00 schedule.

‘La Fiera’ took a 1-0 lead in the 57th minute with an own goal that Rodrigo Huescas scored in his attempt to avoid a shot by Costa Rican Joel Campbell. Ecuadorian Michael Estrada made it 1-1 for ‘La Maquina’ and Jesús Escoboza was in charge of giving the sky-blue team the 2-1 win with a header at 90+2.

On the Pumas side, he played his last game on September 10 in a draw against Toluca. The goals came thanks to Juan Ignacio Dinenno and Julio José González.

Where to watch Pumas vs Cruz Azul?

To watch the match between Pumas vs Cruz Azul there are two options on the Spanish-speaking channels. If you are in Mexico you can see it on El Canal de las Estrellas. If you live in Central America or the United States you can follow this game via TUDN.

Pumas has not had a good second half, since it only adds 14 units and is ranked 16th in the general table after 14 games.

Pumas vs Cruz Azul: possible alignments

Cougars: Julio Gonzalez; Pablo Bennevendo, Arturo Ortíz, Nicolás Freire, Adrián Aldrete; José Caicedo, Leonel López, Daniel Alves, Eduardo Salvio, César Huerta; John Dinenno.

Blue Cross: Jesus Corona, Ignacio Rivero, Ramiro Funes Mori, Luis Abram, Jaiber Jiménez; Erick Lira, Carlos Rodríguez, Rodrigo Huescas, Ángel Romero; Uriel Antuna and Gonzalo Carneiro


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