Liga MX: After three dates without a victory in Clausura 2022, Solari has the weakest start with America

The Eagles of America led by the Argentine Santiago Solari have had a shaky start in the Grita México Clausura 2022 tournament of the MX League, in which they have played two games out of the three dates played, and have failed to win, this being the team’s weakest start under the command of the former Real Madrid coach.

Santiago Solari arrived on the bench of América for the Guard1anes Clausura 2021 of the MX League, in which he had a great debut, finishing second in the general table, but was eliminated in the quarterfinals of the competition, losing to Pachuca.

In the Clausura 2022, the America Under Solari’s command he has had the weakest start, because after three days of the contest, he only adds one point, placing himself in fourteenth position with just one point, taking into account that he has one less game, after his match of the date two against Mazatlán FC was rescheduled due to poor conditions on the Kraken Stadium field.

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In the match of day 1 of the Grita México Clausura 2022 tournament of the MX League, América tied 1-1 in their visit to the Cuauhtémoc Stadium against Puebla, while last Saturday they made their presentation to their fans at the Azteca Stadium, falling to Atlas by a score of 2-0, in a match where those led by Solari were not forceful and with two great goals from the champion they suffered the first defeat of the tournament.

Under the command of Santiago Solari America adds its weakest start, because in Clausura 2021 after three dates they added 6 points with two wins and one loss, starting that tournament with a victory over Atlético San Luis, losing on their visit to Monterrey and beating FC Juárez in the Aztec.

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In the last Apertura 2021 tournament of Liga MX, in the first three days America added 7 units, with a draw and two wins; They started with a goalless draw with Querétaro, then added victories against Necaxa and Puebla, respectively. Even though he still has the matchday two match pending, Solari cannot afford a wrong step, because this is the tournament where he must deliver results after being eliminated in the past two competitions in the quarterfinals.

He has a degree in Communication Sciences from the Universidad de Occidente, Guasave Unit, specializing in Media. In his journey as a journalist, he has carried out works focused on the agricultural, fishing, health, and economic sectors, among others. In 2016 he joined EL DEBATE, where he worked as a local reporter in Guasave, where he also covered the news, sports and police sections. Since 2017, he entered the digital area as a reporter for the EL DEBATE newspaper portal at, specializing in the Sports section. In addition to studying and passing the “Sports Journalism Workshop” at the University of Guadalajara in its Virtual University system. [email protected]

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