Víctor ‘Pocho’ Guzmán scored Pachuca’s first goal against Tigres and his celebration stole all the spotlight and caused a sensation on social media
Only 18 minutes had to pass for Uruguayan coach Guillermo Almada’s Tuzos de Pachuca to show Miguel ‘El Piojo’ Herrera’s Tigres what they were capable of. Just in that minute Víctor Alfonso ‘Pocho’ Guzmán scored the 1-0 in the second leg of the quarterfinals of the Liguilla of the 2022 Opening Tournament of Liga MX.
That annotation served so that the Tuzos could match the series against the university team. After a play down the right wing, Romario launched a low cross that ran through the entire Tigres area and was finished off freely from the penalty spot by Guzmán.
After scoring, the midfielder ran to the corner of the corner to celebrate with his teammates and fans present at the Miguel Hidalgo Stadium and he did it with a dance that left no one indifferent, because after playing injured, he danced and moved his hips as if the grass were a reggaeton track.
The celebration caused a stir on social networks and received positive comments and reactions and was even considered by some as “the best celebration in Liga MX”; “HAHAHA he blew it”; “Why didn’t they show it on the broadcast?”, were some responses to the video uploaded on the TikTok social network by the TUDNUSA chain and which has already reached more than 110,000 views.
Finally, those led by Almada would end up taking the victory with a score of 2-1, thus eliminating Tigres UANL and getting into the semifinals of the contest. The second goal came from Javier ‘Chofis’ López. With that goal the overall was equal to two. Thanks to this and due to their better position in the table, the Tuzos entered the next round of Apertura 2022. The score for the university team was scored by Guido Pizarro.
Pachuca will play the semifinal against Rayados de Monterrey, who eliminated Cruz Azul 3-0. The first leg will be at the Miguel Hidalgo Stadium this Thursday, October 20, while the second leg will be played at the BBVA Stadium on Sunday, the 23rd.
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