With his goal against Atlético de San Luis, the Argentine forward expands his history with Monterrey and reaches the Chilean at the top of the team’s historic goalscoring

The Argentine striker Rogelio Funes Mori reached 121 annotations with the Rayados de Monterrey, scoring a goal against Atlético de San Luis, and with this he became a historic player for the club, as he tied the Chilean Humberto Suazo as the top scorer in the existence of the team.

The attacker’s goal in the match corresponding to Day 13 of Guard1anes Clausura 2021, in the aggregate of the second period and with it came 121 to equalize the Andean.

Rogelio Funes Mori has become a benchmark for the Rayados de Monterrey, after he stood out since his arrival at the team in 2015 for his effectiveness against rival goals.

After his time at Benfica de Portugal, the Argentine arrived as a reinforcement to the Monterrey team, he became a starter within the team and his first championship was achieved in the MX Cup in 2017.

The forward maintained inertia and this allowed him in 2019 to surpass Mario de Suoza Mota ‘Bahía’, who for many years was the team’s top scorer with 96 goals until he was surpassed by Suazo.

Funes Mori remained a relevant piece of the team, with which he was crowned in the CONCACAF Champions League that allowed them to attend the Club World Cup in 2019, in which they finished in third place.

Another of the striker’s achievements was to be crowned with the team at the Apertura 2019, when they were led by Argentine strategist Antonio Mohamed and now he manages to extend his legacy by tying Suazo as the top scorer in the club’s history.

With it, now Funes Mori and Suazo are followed in the list of the best scorers in the club’s history by Mario de Souza Mota ‘Bahía’ with 96, Dorlan Pabón with 88 and Aldo de Nigris with 83.