Pachuca fails in the Concachampions after being eliminated by Motagua in the Round of 16 at the Hidalgo Stadium

Pachuca out of tune when he was eliminated in the Round of 16 from Concachampions after drawing 1-1 against Honduran Motagua. Los Tuzos were the only Mexican team that failed to qualify for the next round, making it a resounding failure for the League Mx.

The current Mexican soccer champion came to this key with the favorite badge, even to be a champion, and was expected to set an example for the rest of the Liga MX teams that are participating in the Concacaf contest, but ended up disappointing saying goodbye to the competition very soon, after not hurting the catrachos in the first leg, so in the return, they stood up with personality to do the feat.

In the first half, the Hidalguenses dominated the process of the match, but the Central Americans showed order and mettle in the defensive zone, preventing the local squad from going ahead on the scoreboard, so they were able to withstand zero for 45 minutes.

During the start of the match, those led by Guillermo Almada looked disoriented and had their worst moment in the game, but as the minutes went by they began to readjust themselves on the field of play and began to be dangerous.

The respite from Hidalgo came at minute 73, when the goal fell after a nice header from Ilian Hernández, so much so that Pachuca already had half a ticket to the Quarterfinals; However, fate wanted something else and the night in the beautiful airy ended in tragedy.

At minute 89, the seas opened up for Motagua, when referee Iván Cisneros scored a penalty in favor of the catrachos, which was taken by Eddie Hernández to silence Hidalgo.


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