CF Monterrey (also known as Rayados) appeared unbeatable until the Leagues Cup semifinals and their match with Santos Laguna. Unfortunately, injuries and tired legs eventually caught up with them and forced their exit from competition.
Monterrey and Tigres will renew their fierce rivalry during the October FIFA International Window in Houston. The matchup will take place during a competitive FIFA international window matchup.
2. The Consequences of a Draw
Monterrey and Santos Laguna have become fierce regional rivals over recent seasons, playing four finals each – Monterrey taking three wins while Santos taking one – while also meeting in Copa MX and Concacaf Champions League competition. Alineaciones De Club De Futbol Monterrey Contra Portland Timbers
Monterrey are Mexico’s dynamo of this decade, regularly competing in CONCACAF competition and boasting four league championships and two domestic cups on top of three Champions League victories – making them the most decorated club ever seen at Mexico XIX.
Monterrey will play for more than just a place in the Mexican playoffs on Thursday – their matchup could have far-reaching ramifications on both teams’ seasons, so this match should not be missed! You can watch it live via TUDN and UNIVISION linear and streaming platforms.
3. The Consequences of a Loss
CF Monterrey’s Mexican League Cup quarter-final loss to FC Tigres wasn’t entirely unexpected: their struggles had become apparent throughout most of the competition and several of their star players had gone overseas on international duty, leaving CF Monterrey without enough players at home to compete effectively in Mexico City.
Monterrey entered the final with a strong chance of victory; however, its star player German Berterame sustained a foot injury and will miss out for the duration of competition.
RAMON CARDENAs CORRADO, ENRIQUE AYALA MEDIANA, PAUL C. PROBERT, ROGELIO CANTUG GOMEZ AND MIGUEL MARTAIN ZOZAYA established Monterrey Rayados just after World War II was over by six industrial businessmen: RAMON CARDENAS CORADO; ENRIQUE AYALA MEDIANA; PAUL C. PROBERT; ROGELIO CANTUG GOMEZ AND MIGUEL Margain Zozaya decided on Monterrey after they decided on its name; commonly known as the Rayados; this nickname derives from their traditional navy blue uniform.
Monterrey and Tigres’ rivalry, known as Clasico Regiomontano, is widely followed in Liga MX. Nearly all stadium capacities are filled for these matches – especially during regular season matches!
4. The Consequences of a Draw Against Tigres
At an electric Estadio Universitario, the atmosphere was electric; yet Tigres UANL and Chivas USA struggled in the opening stages to find any form of play on the field. Fullbacks Jesus Angulo and Javier Aquino put in subpar performances while Diego Lainez and Cordova struggled to connect with their attacking teammates and find space on the pitch.
At halftime, the hosts began playing more aggressively thanks to attacking-minded substitutions from manager Robert Dante Siboldi. While visitors did manage to break through an otherwise stubborn defense at times, none looked likely of scoring.
Clasico Regiomontano’s 133rd edition was an intense encounter, pitting two teams against each other for supremacy and the championship title. Tigres and America currently find themselves tied on aggregate score; therefore it will come down to Monterrey to decide the victor.