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Clausura MX 2024 Matchday 6 Roundup

Last Updated on February 12, 2024 1:34 pm by Erwin Noguera

The Clausura MX 2024 is on a roll, as after the matchday 6, there is still a three-way tie at the top. 

América suffered and fought until the end but was able to defeat Club León away; Tigres thrashed Santos Laguna away from home; while Monterrey, despite the scoreboard, had no trouble defeating Pachuca. 

However, the best match of the weekend was between Necaxa and Toluca, who are in the Play-In for the time being, as they drew with many goals. 

Round 6 – Games

Tijuana 1-1 Querétaro 

Mazatlán 2-0 Atlas 

Necaxa 3-3 Toluca 

Guadalajara 2-1 Juárez 

León 0-1 Club América 

Cruz Azul 3-0 Atlético San Luis 

Monterrey 3-2 Pachuca 

Santos Laguna 0-3 Tigres 

Pumas 3-0 Puebla 

Clausura MX Matchday 6: Necaxa 3-3 Toluca

When and Where?

Saturday, February 10, 6:00 pm ET at the Estadio Victoria

Moneyline odds: 

Necaxa 3.195 

Toluca 2.07 



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Necaxa maintained their unbeaten streak in Liga MX matchday 6, but at the cost of another draw, this time 3-3 at home against Toluca. 

Chilean Jean Meneses opened the account for the Diablos Rojos in the 6th minute, pushing a cross to the far post after a great collective play, while Diber Cambindo equalized in the 26th minute, thanks to a shot over the goalkeeper. Bryan Garnica gave the Rayos the lead at 43′ with a good individual play inside the box, but Tomás Belmonte equalized when the clock reached 69 minutes with a shot from the edge of the small area. 

The Diablos could have won the game with an own goal by goalkeeper Ezequiel Unsaín (78′), but the Colombian Cambindo scored the equalizer in the 89′, after a pass from José Paradela. 

It was an excellent match, with many chances, and now Necaxa has 10 points and Toluca 9, both qualifying for the Play-In.

Clausura MX Matchday 6: León 0-1 Club América

When and Where?

Saturday, February 10, 8:00 pm ET at the Estadio León

Moneyline odds: 

León 3.235 

Club América 2.10 



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Club América confirmed its position as one of the leaders of Mexican soccer after beating León 1-0 as a visitor. 

It was an even duel, which ended up finding its resolution in a penalty goal scored by Uruguayan striker Jonathan Rodríguez at 90+8′. 

The Águilas share the top spot with 14 points and remain undefeated in six matches. On the other hand, León has accumulated four games without a win, with three defeats in a row. They have only four points. 

Clausura MX Matchday 6: Santos 0-3 Tigres

When and Where?

Saturday, February 10, 10:00 pm ET at the Corona Stadium

Moneyline odds: 

Santos 2.88 

Tigres 2.30 



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Tigres was convincing away from home and achieved a fundamental 3-0 victory against Santos Laguna in Torreón, with a magnificent performance by the Argentine Juan Brunetta. 

The midfielder, their most important signing in the last market, confronted his former colleagues and scored the first two goals of the match in less than 20 minutes. The first was in the second minute with a rebound that hit and went into the goal, the other was in a counterattack that he defined at the near post (20′). Nicolás Ibáñez closed the scoring with a penalty kick at 72′. 

Tigres are now among the leaders with 14 points; the Laguneros have only four points. 

Clausura MX Matchday 6: Monterrey 3-2 Pachuca

When and Where?

Saturday, February 10, 10:00 pm ET at the BBVA Stadium

Moneyline odds: 

Monterrey 1.54 

Pachuca 5.62 



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Monterrey did not suffer at home against Pachuca, even though the 3-2 scoreline said otherwise, as the Tuzos’ final goal came in the last play. 

The Rayados quickly took the lead and, after 48 minutes, were already 3-0 up, practically sealing the game. They found the first goal at 11′ thanks to Jesús Gallardo’s first-time finish off an Erick Aguirre cross, the second at 16′ by Jordi Cortizo when he left two opponents stranded in the area, and the last goal for the home team came from Germán Berterame from a half distance (48′) after a mistake in Pachuca’s defense. 

Oussama Idrissi (79′) with a great goal from outside the area, and Nelson Deossa (90+5) scored for the Tuzos. 

The Rayados now lead the Liga MX with 14 points, and the Tuzos are fifth with 12.

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