The Liguilla del Apertura 2021 of the Liga MX Femenil has already started with the quarterfinals that gave us memorable encounters. Some already defined from the first leg and others too even. Then we have America against Chivas, which without a doubt we can say was the best of the four first leg matches.
America returned to the Fiesta Grande after not qualifying in the last edition after experiencing his worst season under Leonardo Cuéllar, who was dismissed in the middle of the tournament. This time, those of Coapa led by Craig Harrington, who came to the nest to face this tournament and who has also given a new face to the team.
Although America was not dazzling and suffered several painful defeats for not knowing how to close the matches, there was an improvement in Coapa and this was more than noticeable, because in the end, the team managed to return to the Liguilla and close the tournament in good shape.
On the other hand, we have Chivas del Chore Mejía, who has done a sensational job with the rojiblancas and even managed to get them to the final of the last tournament where they were beaten by the powerful team of Tigres Femenil.
With a Licha Cervantes in a state of grace, Guadalajara had a great Apertura 2021 tournament, however, in the last stretch of it, Chivas began to stumble and give results that were below what was shown in previous days, which created uncertainty facing the league.
For this game that crossed to the fourth and fifth of the general table, the bipolarity of both teams was more than reflected in the Azteca Stadium field, because during the first half, America passed over the Sacred Flock and went to the break with a score of 2-0 by Sarah Luebbert and an own goal by Miriam Castillo.
But in the second half, Chivas totally changed the face and dominated América, managing to discount through Licha Cervantes and generating several dangerous occasions for the visitors who, despite everything, could not tie the score and ended up falling 2-1 in territory hostile.
The 90 minutes that América and Chivas gave us at the Azteca Stadium have been considered by many the best that these two teams have given in all the confrontations they have had, because the intensity and emotions were on the surface and only left us to we, the fans with enormous expectations for the return that will be played this Monday, December 6 at the Akron Stadium.
Without a doubt, whoever passes, will be a rival to beat in the semifinals. The question is, will the rojiblancas or those from Coapa give a coup of authority after the failure of the previous tournament?