Tigres Soar to Top of Mexican Clausura with Colombian Quiñones on the Scoring Sheet

Colombian Luis Quiñones leads the scorers in Clausura 2023 Tournament of Mexican Soccer

The Clausura 2023 tournament of Mexican soccer has been in full swing, with Colombia’s Luis Quiñones topping the scorers after two days of the tournament.

On Sunday, Quiñones scored a couple of goals in the most anticipated match of the day, while Frenchman André Pierre Gignac and Uruguayan Fernando Gorrirán managed to get one each, securing the victory for the Tigres led by Argentine coach Diego Cocca, who have two wins in two starts.

Pachuca, led by the Uruguayan Guillermo Almada, took the lead in the 9th minute with a header from Javier López. However, at minute 32, Gorriarán accepted a ball from Brazilian Rafael Carioca and tied the game with a header and Tigres tipped the balance in their favor and were superior in the second half. Gignac made it 2-1, and Quiñones closed the score with his two left-footed goals for a 4-1 victory for the Tigres.

At the end of the second day, Tigres was the only team with two wins in two outings, with 6 points, two points more than San Luis and Guadalajara.

The Clausura continues this Friday with Mazatlán-Santos Laguna and Tijuana-Tigres UANL, and Sunday with Pumas UNAM-León, Querétaro-Atlas and Pachuca-Juárez FC.

All the matches are highly anticipated and soccer fans are excited to see the result.

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