With a win, Atlas qualifies for the Quarterfinals
Los Zorros took all three points in a well-deserved victory for the round of 16 7 of the CONCACAF tournament – CONCACAF Champions League 2023. The goals of the game for the locals were scored by Julián Quiñones (37′ 1T and 46′ 2T), Jonathan Herrera (17′ 2T) and Aldo Rocha (32′ 2T).
A highlight of the match was Jonathan Herrera’s goal in the 17th minute of the second half. After an individual move on the right, the forward placed it to the right post and below. Impossible for the goalkeeper!
Aldo Rocha hit the post and missed the opportunity to increase the difference in the 76th minute of the second half.
The figure of the meeting was Julián Quiñones. The Atlas midfielder stood out against Olimpia as he scored 2 goals, made 36 correct passes and kicked 6 times on target.
Aldo Rocha was also key in the Jalisco stadium. The Atlas midfielder stood out against Olimpia as he scored 1 goal, made 60 correct passes and kicked 2 times on target.
The teams did not have a good presentation showing a rough game, full of fouls on the field. There were a large number of cautions: Aldo Rocha, Jerry Bengtson, Maylor Nuñez, Carlos Pineda, Brayan Beckeles, José García and Julián Quiñones.
The Atlas coach, Benjamín Mora, arranged a 4-4-2 formation on the field with Camilo Vargas in goal; Hugo Nervo, Anderson Santamaría, Gaddi Aguirre and Luis Reyes on the defensive line; Diego Barbosa, Julián Quiñones, Aldo Rocha and Brian Lozano in the middle; and Jonathan Herrera and Julio Furch in attack.
For their part, those led by Pedro Troglio planted themselves with a 4-4-2 strategy with Edrick Menjívar under the three sticks; Maylor Nuñez, Brayan Beckeles, José García and Carlos Sánchez in defense; Kevin López, Carlos Pineda, Jorge Álvarez and José Pinto in midfield; and Jorge Benguché and Jerry Bengtson up front.
The match at the Jalisco stadium was led by referee Juan Calderón Pérez.
Los Zorros categorically defeated Olimpia and advanced to the CONCACAF Quarterfinals – CONCACAF Champions League 2023.
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