Club America vs Pumas EN VIVO Online Coverage Liga MX SemiFInal Leg 2

Club America vs Pumas EN VIVO

Pumas UNAM Club América live score (and video online live stream*) starts on 7.12.2018. at 02:45 UTC time at Estadio Olimpico Universitario stadium, Mexico City, Mexico in Liga MX, Apertura Playoffs – Mexico. Here on SofaScore livescore you can find all Pumas UNAM vs Club América previous results sorted by their H2H matches. Links to Pumas UNAM vs. Club América video highlights are collected in the Media tab for the most popular matches as soon as video appear on video hosting sites like Youtube or Dailymotion. We’re not responsible for any video content, please contact video file owners or hosters for any legal complaints.You can watch Pumas UNAM vs. Club América live stream online if you are registered member of bet365, the leading online betting company that has streaming coverage for more than 70.000 live sports events with live betting during the year. If this match is covered by bet365 live streaming you can watch football match Pumas UNAM Club América on your iPhone, iPad, Android or Windows phone. It’s also easy to find video highlights and news from the most popular sports leagues in the world. Live bet365 odds are viewable in SofaScore’s football livescore section. Club America wasted no time in making sure these playoffs would be different.After four scoreless matches in the Apertura playoffs, America opened the scoring in the first minute of Thursday’s first leg against Pumas, with Mateus Uribe nodding a goal home.Uribe would add to his total and Jeremy Menez added a pair of goals from the penalty spot as America eased to a win at the CUCenter back Emanuel Aguilera remains out with a sprained ankle suffered on the final weekend of the season.

Club America vs Pumas Live

Paraguayan duo Cecilio Dominguez and Bruno Valdez were involved in a car accident Thursday but were unharmed.Potential starting XI: Marchesin; Aguilar, Alvarez, Valdez, Vargas; Uribe, Rodriguez; Ibarra, Menez, Dominguez; PeraltaThings should be mostly academic for Club America in this one. With four away goals thanks to a 4-1 stomping of Mexico City rival Pumas on Wednesday, Las Aguilas have an enormous advantage going into Saturday’s second leg.Mateus Uribe starred in the first leg with Jeremy Menez’s return from injury also serving as a big boost for Club America.Miguel Herrera’s men, of course, can’t simply focus on the semifinals just yet. Pumas were frustrated after the match, as evidenced by Alejandro Arribas flipping off his own supporters (who were launching profane attacks on the players they claim to support)But several players, including Arribas and Marcelo Diaz said they’re still confident they can get a result. With America having four away goals and the second tiebreaker as well, thanks to a better regular season finish, Pumas would need to win by four in any reasonably likely scenario.That could spell trouble. While Nicolas Castillo scored from the spot in the first leg, the Chilean forward didn’t get the support he needs from wide players Jesus Gallardo and Pablo Barrera, nor was second striker Matias Alustiza as involved as he needs to be with Guido Rodriguez marking him out of the matchPumas manager David Patino has had a roller coaster of a season, but unless he’s able to dream up a magical game plan, the ride is over for Pumas.