Club América: Santiago Solari would equal Mario Carrillo’s mark in short lathes

The defeat before Red Devils of Toluca ended up condemning the America club in his fight for the leadership with Cruz Azul; However, the Argentine strategist has been impressive, since, in his first tournament, he would be surpassing and equaling the marks of two historical team technicians.

Yes OK, Solari has as a priority the game against Portland Timbers in the quarterfinals of the Concacaf Champions League, the game against Pumas would put him on the club’s record books in short tournaments.

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A data from Rub Sainz indicated that in case of getting the three points, Solari would have passed the best tournament of
Miguel Herrera on the Azulcrema bench, who scored 37 points in the 2013 Apertura,

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However, that would not be all, as it would be matching the historic team of Mario Carrillo, America of 2005, who has the mark of more points since the MX League has 18 teams, obtaining that Apertura, 38 units, the same that the strategist Solari would reach this Sunday and it should be remembered that three units were withdrawn against Atlas.

Although that Carrillo’s America was not champion when they were eliminated by Tigres, a large part of that tournament, ‘Las Águilas’ did not know defeat, imposing a mark of 32 matches without losing.