Cruz Azul beat Chivas to match León and Necaxa’s record for most wins, but will have the opportunity to set a new record against America on matchday 15
Blue Cross, in command of Juan Reynoso, continues to make history and by beating Chivas 1-0, it reached 12 consecutive victories to equal the mark held by León and Necaxa as the Liga MX teams that have achieved the most consecutive victories.
The team led by Reynoso remains in a great moment and on the Azteca Stadium field they added their twelfth consecutive victory to equal the mark established by the emeralds in 2019 and Rayos in 1934.
Jonathan Rodriguez he was the author of the only goal for the celestial triumph, which meant the best streak in the club’s history and to have the opportunity the next day to be the team that accumulates the most consecutive victories in Mexican soccer.
Blue Cross It had already established a new mark, after beating the Juárez team on matchday 13 by tying its eleventh consecutive victory to set a new record for successes in a row in the history of the cement institution.
With this afternoon’s victory against Chivas, the Noria team achieved their twelfth game in a row with a victory, thus equaling the mark set by the Necaxa team in the 1934-1935 campaign.
Similarly, Juan Reynoso’s team equaled the mark set by Ignacio Ambriz’s team where León registered a total of 12 matches with consecutive victories in the 2019 Clausura Tournament.
Now with the victory tonight Blue Cross will seek to impose conditions against America on matchday 15, this in order to get away from the azulcrema team from the first place in the classification, in addition to establishing a new record of consecutive victories in the history of Liga MX.