Header wide right. Low crossing shot off the post. Powerful straight shot with only the goalkeeper to beat — blocked. Those were some of the types of shots Club Tijuana sent off Friday night at Estadio Caliente. It was more of the same for the Xolos. Missed scoring chances plagued the home team in a 1-1 tie against Monarcas Morelia in a Week 12 Liga MX match. Ecuadorian striker Miller Bolaños gave the Xolos (4-3-5, 17 points) a 1-0 lead five minutes into the 2018 Clausura match.
The Tijuana Xolos had been here before, playing in an international tournament against a Major League Soccer team. They beat the LA Galaxy to move on to the CONCACAF Champions League semifinals in 2014. The Xolos faced the same chance Tuesday. And they had an opportunity to add to the history of an 11-year-old team with many followers in the United States. Instead, they could face scrutiny from Liga MX faithful and followers north of the border.
Gibran Lajud froze. The Club Tijuana Xolos goalkeeper just watched the ball hit the back of his net. There was not much he could do. The bending shot was out of his reach. It came from about 30-yards away and it came fast. And it was all Tigres UANL needed for a 1-0 win against Tijuana in a Liga MX Week 11 match Saturday at Estadio Universitario in Monterrey. Andre-pierre Gignac beat Lajud with a blast that sent the ball bending from right to left. He had faked and shaken off Tijuana’s Alejandro Guido.
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