Club Tijuana Xolos entered Friday night’s match hanging on to with limited opportunities to reach the Liga MX Apertura postseason. It needed to beat hated rival Club Leon at home to remain in the chase and hope to get help along the way. Fresh off firing Eduardo Coudet as head coach and with Diego Torres as interim manager, Tijuana showed signs of life. There was no folding with two regular-season matches left.
Everything appeared to favor the Tijuana Xolos on Saturday night. They headed into Estadio Chivas where they had never lost. They got an early goal in the Liga MX Week 15 match and had momentum in a must-win game at Guadalajara. But then it all came crashing down for coach Eduardo Coudet’s team.
Club Tijuana Xolos defenders Damian Musto and Matias Aguirregaray exchanged words as they briefly pulled and shoved each other Friday night in Guadalajara. The Tijuana defenders appeared to blame each other for a mistake in the backline. Xolos captain Juan Carlos Valenzuela had to intervene and separate the pair of Argentines. It was one of a handful of moments that found Tijuana’s defense distracted in a 1-0 loss to host Atlas FC in a Week 14 match at Estadio Jalisco.
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