Bravos de FC Juarez defeated first division team Lobos BUAP by a score of 3-1 in the opening match of the 2018 Clausura edition of the Copa MX last night at Benito Juarez Olympic Stadium. The victory gave the Bravos their first 3 points in this mid-week competition. The scoring line opened up rather quickly when in the 16th minute Omar Flores scored for the team from the Borderland off of a corner kick.
Bravos de FC Juarez will play their first home match of 2018 tonight when they host Liga MX club Lobos BUAP in the opening match of the group stage of Copa MX play. The match is scheduled to kickoff at 8pm MST. This will be the first time that the club form Puebla will return to the Borderland since defeating FC Juarez last May in the final of the 2017 Clausura season before earning promotion into Mexico's premier soccer division later that month.
The front office for Bravos de FC Juarez has rewarded their season ticket holders with a more than 50% discount on a 2-match ticket package for the upcoming Copa MX. Bravos drew 2 first division or Liga Mx teams into their group in this competition that takes place during the middle of the week. Bravos will play a home and home round robin in the group stage of the competition versus Lobos BUAP and Pumas. Pumas can be considered traditionally as one of the biggest teams in Mexican soccer.
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