Liga MX Matchday 3 Roundup and Results

Last Updated on January 23, 2023 7:14 pm by Erwin Noguera

Matchday 3 of the Torneo Clausura 2023 of Liga MX ended, which continued to have Tigres at the top but did not dominate as expected, and some other surprises at the beginning of the championship.

Pumas, which was in the news this week due to the case of Dani Alves in Spain, gave one of the surprises of the weekend by beating León 4-1 and moving up to fourth place in the tournament. Juan Dinenno scored a double for the ‘universitarios’ while Gustavo del Prete and Diogo scored the others. Lucas Di Yorio made the discount.

Mazatlán is the only team that has not yet scored any points and lost at home with Santos by 1-2. Ariel Nahuelpán, one of the reinforcements this season, scored the only goal for the ‘cañoneros’, while Juan Brunetta and Harold Preciado did it for the ‘laguneros’, who are fifth in the tournament.

América, which was the top candidate before the tournament began, is disappointing a lot at this start and drew 2-2 with Puebla at the Azteca stadium. The ‘águilas’ have not been able to win and have 3 draws in 3 games. Henry Martín and Alejandro Zendejas scored for them, while Gastón Silva and Emanuel Gularte did it for ‘La Franja’.

In the most entertaining game of the weekend, Querétaro and Atlas drew 3-3. It was an up and down of emotions and the ‘gallos blancos’ were always below the score but they managed to match it 3 times, one of those at minute 45+9 of the first half, from a penalty, and the final goal was at 90+9. Rodrigo López, Ángel Supúlveda, and Ettson Ayon Calderón scored for the locals, while Julio Furch, Julián Quiñones, and Christopher Trejo scored for the visitors.

In the other game of the weekend, Necaxa added their first points by beating Cruz Azul 1-0 thanks to a goal from Edgar Méndez.

Liga MX Matchday 3: Tijuana vs. Tigres

When:

Friday, January 20 at 10:10 pm ET at the Estadio Caliente

Moneyline odds:

Tijuana +250 

Tigres +100

Draw Offs:

+250

Where Can I Watch it?

ESPN+

Tigres, who still have not been able to count on Nicolás Ibáñez, could not win on their visit to Tijuana and drew 1-1. Alexis Canelo scored the first goal after a very good play by Fernando Valenzuela, and André-Pierre Gignac scored for the ‘felinos’ and continues to demonstrate his great value. Those from Monterrey have 7 points and the Xolos only 2.

Liga MX Matchday 3: Pachuca vs. Juárez

When:

Sunday, January 22 at 8:10 pm ET at the Estadio Hidalgo

Moneyline odds:

Pachuca -157 

Juárez +430

Draw Offs:

+300

Where Can I Watch it?

TUDN USA

Pachuca, despite losing their striker Ibáñez, continues to crush their rivals and this time defeated Juárez 4-1 with goals from Alejandro Arribas (own goal), Mauricio Andre Isais, José Castillo, and Roberto de la Rosa, who is the call to replace Ibáñez. Darío Lezcano scored for the visit and it is the third goal he has scored in the first two games. The Tuzos are second with 6 points and are the team that has scored the most (10).

Liga MX Matchday 3: Monterrey vs. Atlético San Luis

When:

Saturday, January 21 at 6:05 pm ET at the Estadio BBVA Bancomer

Moneyline odds:

Monterrey -168 

Atlético San Luis +460

Draw Offs:

+310

Where Can I Watch it?

ESPN+

Third place goes to Rayados, who defeated Atlético San Luis 3-1 this weekend thanks to a hat trick by Rogelio Funes Mori. The Argentine striker, a naturalized Mexican, is the team’s all-time top scorer (143) and continues to enlarge his story. The Brazilian Léo Bonatini scored his second goal since his arrival in Mexican soccer a few weeks ago.

Liga MX Matchday 3: Chivas vs. Toluca

When:

Saturday, January 21 at 10:10 pm ET

Moneyline odds:

Chivas +101 

Toluca +270

Draw Offs:

+250

Where Can I Watch it? 

VIX+

Two teams that can have a good tournament are Chivas and Toluca, and this weekend’s game in Guadalajara was for the ‘Diablos Rojos’ who won 1-2 with a goal by Marcel Ruíz at minute 84. Valber Huerta had scored an own goal after 31 minutes, but first Carlos González and then Ruíz turned the score around.

Results of Matchday 3 of the Liga MX

  • Mazatlán 1-2 Santos
  • Tijuana 1-1 Tigres
  • Monterrey 3-1 Atlético San Luis
  • América 2-2 Puebla
  • Chivas 1-2 Toluca
  • Necaxa 1-0 Cruz Azul
  • Pumas 4-1 León
  • Querétaro 3-3 Atlas
  • Pachuca 4-1 Juárez

Matchday 4 of the Liga MX

  • Atlas vs. Santos
  • Puebla vs. Monterrey
  • Tijuana vs. Pumas
  • Querétaro vs. Cruz Azul
  • Tigres vs. Atlético San Luis
  • América vs. Mazatlán
  • Juárez vs. Chivas
  • Toluca vs. León
  • Pachuca vs. Necaxa
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