Bravos de FC Juarez defeated Alebrijes de Oaxaca by a score of 2-1 Saturday night down in southern Mexico. The win moved the Bravos into first place of the general standings table with 15 points after 8 matches. FC Juarez continues a streak of 6 matches without losing in Ascenso MX League play. In a match were the Bravos dominated on the road, the team from the Borderland complicated things for themselves in the final minutes of the match.
Bravos de FC Juarez was defeated 3-0 by Santos Laguna last night at Benito Juarez Olympic Stadium in the final group stage match of the Copa MX. The Bravos will not advance to the knockout stage of the competition as they finished in last place in their group and will now solely focus on winning the Ascenso MX League championship. The Bravos played with mostly their second squad to rest their usual starters for 2 back-to-back away games in league play starting this coming Saturday in Oaxaca.
Bravos de FC Juarez will face Santos Laguna in a Copa MX group stage match tonight at Benito Juarez Olympic Stadium. The match will have no consequence on either team as Santos will advance to knockout stage and the Bravos will be eliminated from the competition despite the result. However, a whole lot of pride will be on the line, especially for FC Juarez, as Santos is one of the teams that is not particularly liked by supporters of soccer teams from the Borderland (i.e.
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