With a hat trick from the Colombian, José Rodríguez and one more from Raúl Castillo, the champion beats the northerners (2-4) at the 'Héroe de Nacozari' stadium, on the ninth day of the 2024 Clausura Tournament of the Expansion League

Hermosillo, Sonora March 10, 2024.- Cancún FC signed a great victory (2-4) against Cimarrones de Sonora at the 'Héroe de Nacozari' stadium, at the conclusion of the ninth day of the 2024 Clausura Tournament of the Expansion League .

True to his style, the champion proposed the game from the whistle of Aldo Ballesteros.
In the sixth minute it was reflected on the scoreboard, with an action initiated by the African, Junior Moreira, who in the center enabled Raúl Castillo to the right, so that he could escape at full speed and finish with a cross shot at the base of the right post. of the goalkeeper, Gabino Espinoza.

After the score, Cancún FC took advantage of the moment they were experiencing in the game. Now, it was José Juan 'Gallo' Vázquez with a shot from very far away that managed to deflect the goalkeeper, Espinoza, with one hand.

Almost at the end of the first half, Cimarrones reacted with a shot from Diego Jiménez to the left post, which the goalkeeper, Gustavo Gutiérrez, managed to deflect.

Already in the compensation, the northerners converted the tie (1-1) with a header from Daniel Cisneros, anticipating the Cancun defense, after a great service from Fernando Monarrez on the left.

In the complement, the champion immediately regained the advantage. Exactly at 49', Raúl Castillo shot from long distance, however, the goalkeeper, Gabino Espinoza, rejected the center, which the Colombian, José Rodríguez, took advantage of in the counterattack. Thus, the coffee grower began his show.

Now, at 53', Rodríguez scored his second and third for the Iguanas. Hedgardo Marín touched 'Gallito', who first looked for the Colombian and he, without hesitation, escaped, to shoot Espinoza with a shot at the right post.

There was more. When Cimarrones was preparing four changes, at 64', Rodríguez took a cross shot from the right, to the far post. In this way, he achieved the first hat-trick in history for a Cancún FC player. In total, he already has seven and is the biggest network breaker in the contest.

The whistler, Aldo Ballesteros, forgave the red card to Aldo Arellano for a devious tackle on Raúl Castillo. Then, he forgave the expulsion of Ernesto Monreal for kicking Walter Ortega.

Still at 85', Cimarrones would make it 2-4, thanks to a shot by José López in the six-yard box. Almost at 95', Gustavo Gutiérrez avoided the home team's third.

With the victory, his fourth of the campaign, he now has 14 points, positioned in fifth place. Cimarrones stagnated at nine points.

On the tenth day, the Caribbean team will visit Atlético Morelia, on Thursday, March 14 at 8:05 p.m. (Quintana Roo time).
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