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Clausura MX 2024 Matchday 13 Roundup

Last Updated on April 1, 2024 1:53 pm by Erwin Noguera

The matchday 13 of the Clausura MX 2024 was a big surprise. Monterrey lost its unbeaten run of the semester to Chivas, who gave their coach, the Argentine Fernando Gago, a break. 

But this blow to Rayados not only meant the first defeat of the season but also gave Club América the lead in the Clausura after beating Atlético San Luis at home. 

For their part, Toluca beat Pachuca, who continue to show signs of inconsistency despite having a voracious offense. Pumas and Cruz Azul are disappointed with a 0-0 draw. 

Matchday 13 Games

Mazatlán 2-0 Tijuana 

Club América 2-1 Atlético San Luis 

Puebla 2-3 Tigres 

Monterrey 0-2 Guadalajara 

Pachuca 2-3 Toluca 

Pumas 0-0 Cruz Azul 

Atlas 2-3 Querétaro 

Necaxa 1-2 León 

Juárez 2-1 Santos Laguna 

Clausura MX 2024 Matchday 13: Club América 2-1 San Luis

When and Where?

Friday, March 29, 10:00 pm ET at the Estadio Azteca

Moneyline odds: 

Club America -294

San Luis +700

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América continues to confirm its role as a powerful team and beat Atlético San Luis 2-1 at the Azteca stadium. 

Left-back Kevin Álvarez sent a precise cross for Chilean Diego Valdés to head home the opener at 54′. Then, at 84′, Uruguayan Brian Rodríguez sent an excellent collective play of 20 passes into the net. In the last play of the match, the Ivorian Franck Boli decorated the result with a penalty goal for the visitors. 

The Águilas moved up to first place in Liga MX with 28 points (+14), while San Luis had only 13 points. 

Clausura MX 2024 Matchday 13: Monterrey 0-2 Chivas

When and Where?

Saturday, March 30, 9:00 pm ET at the Estadio BBVA

Moneyline odds: 

Monterrey -149

Chivas +383

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The unthinkable occurred at the BBVA stadium, as Monterrey lost its unbeaten record with a 0-2 defeat against a team in crisis, Chivas de Guadalajara. 

Taking advantage of Gerardo Arteaga’s expulsion before the end of the first half, the Rebaño found the first celebration with an own goal by Héctor Moreno at 72′, after a clearance by goalkeeper Esteban Andrada bounced off him. 

Jorge Rodríguez was red-carded at 82′ for the home side, and 11 minutes later, at 90+3′, Ricardo Marín scored the second and sealed the match after dribbling past the goalkeeper and shooting into an empty net. 

Monterrey dropped to second place with 28 points (+13), while Chivas reached 19 points and gave their coach, Fernando Gago, some breathing space. 

Clausura MX 2024 Matchday 13: Pachuca 2-3 Toluca

When and Where?

Saturday, March 30, 9:00 pm ET at the Estadio Hidalgo

Moneyline odds: 

Pachuca +129 

Toluca +177

Draw Offs:


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In a great game in terms of the number of goals scored, Toluca came out on top at Pachuca’s home ground to win 2-3. 

Although Miguel Rodríguez gave the home side the lead after 3 minutes, the Diablos equalized at 13′ with a first-time right-footed finish by Brian García off a pass from Carlos Orrantia. Goalkeeper Tiago Volpi scored the second from a penalty kick (34′), and the third was scored by Alexis Vega when he took advantage of a poor clearance by the defense (44′). Bryan González scored for the Tuzos in the 82nd minute with a cross from inside the box to add drama to the final minutes. 

With this victory at the Hidalgo stadium, Toluca reached 26 points and is in third place. Pachuca remained with 22 points. 

Clausura MX 2024 Matchday 13: Pumas UNAM 0-0 Cruz Azul

When and Where?

Sunday, March 30, 11:00 pm ET at the Estadio Olimpico Universitario

Moneyline odds: 

Pumas UNAM +147

Cruz Azul +166

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In one of the most anticipated matches, Pumas drew 0-0 at home with Cruz Azul, a result that was of no use to either club. 

Although they are two teams with a good offensive capacity, they were unable to open the score at any time. It was a game without many scoring opportunities, as evidenced by the fact that each team had only one shot on goal during the 90 minutes. 

The Máquina Cementera ended a streak of two consecutive defeats and now has 23 points, while the Felinos have gone five games without a win and have 17 units. 

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