This version of América reaches the mark of seven wins at home and can impose a new milestone if it defeats Cruz Azul in J15
Santiago Solari wrote his name in the history of America by leading his squad to tie the streak of more home games won in the club’s history, within the short tournament format.
The feathered team defeated Necaxa this day 13 on the Azteca Stadium field, so became the fifth team to have seven victories at the Coloso de Santa Úrsula, something they achieved in the Summer 1997, Apertura 2005, Clausura 2007 and Apertura 2013 tournaments.
America tied the mark tonight thanks to Richard Sánchez and Giovani dos Santos: the former tied the score with a 30-meter free kick that surpassed Edgar Hernández, while Giovani found himself with the net by taking advantage of a free kick and with a header shot beat the keeper.
The feathered ones have only received four annotations throughout these commitments and goalkeeper Guillermo Ochoa maintained his goalless arc in three commitments.
Of these squads, sOn the other hand, that of the Apertura 2013 reached the final and was led by Solari’s predecessor, Miguel Herrera, who lost that final against León and prevented the team from reaching the first two-time championship in its history with a short tournament format. Solari and his clients still they have the opportunity to overcome this record, since on date 15 they will be administratively local against Cruz Azul.
Las Águilas have added 21 of their 31 units at home and are the best local with a perfect brand.
In none of their commitments at home has the azulcrema team received more than one score against.
The goal scorer for the Eagles, in the semester, is the Mexican striker Henry Martín, who adds six annotations at the moment.