With a view to facing Atlas in one of the most important games of the semester, Club Deportivo Guadalajara is mired in the bottom of the standings, and much of this is due to bad moment that their forwards are going through.
Not even Ángel Zaldívar, Paolo Yrizar, José González or Santiago Ormeño have successfully replaced the injured José Juan Macías, and in the midst of this scoring crisis Chivas here we review those who have been the greatest rojiblancos scorers in the history of the Clásico Tapatío.
The first place could not be other than the legendary striker Salvador Reyes, who was the greatest figure of the “Champion” and who until now remains as the biggest breaks rojiblanco nets in duels against the Foxes.
In total, this emblematic striker from Guadalajara counts 13 goals against Atlas, the same ones that contributed so that his legacy has been indelible in the history of the rojiblanco club.
Another member of the “Championissimo” who made life impossible for the foxes was the historic Crescencio Gutiérrez, a striker who came just one goal short of equaling “Chava” Reyes’ scoring quota against Atlas.
In total “Mellone” scored 91 goals during his stay with the rojiblanco club, and a dozen of those many he did them in the Clásico Tapatío.
The popularly known as “Panchito” Flores was a fantastic soccer player for the Flock, this to the extent that he appears in the top three long-distance goal scorers in the history of the Guadalajara club.
His shooting power led him to literally break a net in a friendly game against America in 1964, and when it comes to his goals against Atlas, “Panchito” scored 10 times to the red and black
Fourth place, with triple tie
To talk about the fourth place of the top rojiblancos scorers against Atlas, we must take into account that this place is occupied by a total of three forwards, since both Javier Valdivia as Pablo González and Omar Bravo each scored nine goals against the Foxes.
Between these attackers they managed to score more than 300 goals for the cause of Chivas, and of all those goals, 27 were against the red and black Atlas.
As a player, Javier “Chicharito” Hernandez’s grandfather he won a league title with Guadalajara, this to later become part of the coaching staff of Javier de la Torre, the mythical coach of the “Champion”.
With the red and white shirt he scored a total of 54 goals, and seven of them were made in the Classic Tapatio against Atlas.
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