The Argentines Gustavo Bou and Damián Musto gave form to the triumph of the “Xolos” of Tijuana, who prevailed Friday 2-1 to Pachuca in the beginning of the seventh day of the Mexican Apertura, in which jumped to the fourth place.
With their triumph, third consecutive, the Tijuana arrived at 10 units, same as Cruz Azul, third by difference of goals.
Bou opened the scoring in the 43rd minute and Musto closed it to 87; For the Pachuca, Jose Joaquín Martínez marked the momentary tie to the 64.
After starting the Apertura with three defeats, the Tijuana, led by the Argentine Eduardo Coudet, found the way and now adds four days unbeaten, with three wins and a draw.
Bou resolved with the left, facing the frame and practically over the small area, to beat down Pachuca goalkeeper Alfonso Blanco.
Guzman scored the equalizer with a left-footed shot behind the penalty spot after a series of rebounds in the area to surprise Tijuana goalkeeper Gibran Lajud.
Tijuana took a corner from the right, the Argentine Alejandro Donatti headed with the head behind the penalty spot and the ball fell to Musto, who controlled it with the chest and shot back from the frame, with a Chilean, to Sentence the party.
Pachuca, Uruguay’s Diego Alonso, practically played the entire game with ten men after the expulsion of Mexican Victor Guzman at minute 13.
Keisuke Honda of Pachuca entered the game to replace Pablo López at the start of the second half, but could do little for his team, while for the Tijuana came the Argentine Juan Manuel Iturbe, who entered the match at the 66 minute .
It was the fourth defeat for Pachuca in seven games, in addition to three wins, with which he was sixth with nine points.
The day will continue on Saturday with the duels Cruz Azul-Monterrey, Tigres UANL-Lobos BUAP, León-Santos, Morelia-America, Necaxa-Atlas and Guadalajara-Querétaro.
Sunday closes the date with the duels Toluca-Puebla and Pumas-Veracruz.