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America rescues a draw in the last minute in mexican soccer

CITY OF MEXICO, 6 nov (Reuters) – America, one of the most popular clubs in mexican soccer, rescued Friday, a draw of 1-1 as a visitor to Brave the City of ciudad Juárez in the seventeenth and final day of the tournament Guard1anes.

The “Eagles”, which already have their place secured in the postseason, they pulled out the tie thanks to a goal from Henry Martin, who finished with head a center sent from the right sector 86 minutes.

Bravo from Ciudad Juárez, who were left without a possibility to advance to the final stage, they had put advantage on nine minutes when the paraguayan Dario Lezcano finished inside the area after receiving a pass from Luis Lopez.

To the playoffs, or quarterfinals, to where we also ranked the Lion leader, they move directly to the first four places at the end of the 17 days of the regular season.

In the other match on Friday, Puebla secured his place in the repechage after winning 1-0 at Atlético San Luis with goals from Santiago Ormeño, who scored a penalty at 25 minutes.

Led by the peruvian Juan Reynoso came to 20 points to be placed on the eleventh place.

The repechage reach the teams that occupy the site five to 12, to deal with a single party and the four club winners will be relocated in the places five to eight, according to their position in the table, to play the quarterfinals.

The other clubs that are already in the repechage are Pachuca, Guadalajara, Santos Laguna Necaxa, and Toluca.

The Saturday will be played matches between Guadalajara-Monterrey, Pachuca-Necaxa, Tigres UANL-Atlas and Cruz Azul-Pumas UNAM.

The day will be completed by Sunday when Toluca gets the leader, Leon, Santos Laguna in front of Mazatlan, and Queretaro play against Tijuana.

(Reporting by Carlos Calvo Pacheco)

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