Monterey vs. Lion LIVE Fox Sports: They will face each other this Saturday, August 6 from 7:05 pm (Peruvian and Mexican time) for the seventh date of the Opening Tournament of the MX League. The match will also be broadcast on Fox Deportes, while you can follow all the incidents, with videos of the goals, through this minute by minute.
The actions will take place at the BBVA Bancomer Stadium and referee Marco Antonio Ortíz will be in charge of dispensing justice. Currently, the ‘Rayados’ are in third place, with 13 points; while the ‘Fiera’ is located in the sixth box, adding nine units.
On which channel to watch Monterrey vs. Lion?
Mexico: Fox Sports Mexico, Fox Sports Premium
USA: Foxsports.com, FOX Sports App, Fox Sports 1, FOX Deportes
What time to watch Monterrey vs. Lion?
United States – 5.05 pm Los Angeles time
Mexico – 7.05 p.m.
United States – 7:05 p.m. Texas time
Peru – 7.05 pm
Ecuador – 7.05 pm
Colombia – 7.05 p.m.
United States – 8.05 pm Miami time
Bolivia – 8.05 p.m.
Chile – 8.05 p.m.
Paraguay – 8.05 p.m.
Venezuela – 8.05 p.m.
Uruguay – 9.05 p.m.
Argentina – 9.05 p.m.
Brazil – 9.05 pm
England – 1.05am (Sunday 7th August)
Spain – 2.05 am (Sunday, August 7)
Italy – 2.05 am (Sunday, August 7)
The first game in Monterrey generated great concern in its fans, since the team allowed Santos Laguna to come back 4-3, after leading by 0-2 and 2-3 partially. However, those led by Víctor Manuel Vucetich recovered from the painful blow and are marching steadily.
After that initial setback, the ‘Rayados’ won four in a row and recently drew against Pumas UNAM (1-1). Despite the recent parity, the squad remains solid and could climb to the top of the Apertura with a new victory, hoping that Tigres does not defeat Pachuca or Toluca Tijuana.
The main weapon of the ‘Albiazules’ is Rogelio Funes Mori, a striker who has scored four goals in the tournament. Rodrigo Aguirre, a brand new player who celebrated twice at the beginning of the campaign, has been recovering from the injury to the medial collateral ligament in his right knee and will be considered.
For its part, Club León has shown a good collective performance, although the problem has been taking advantage and sustaining it against its rivals. The team won on the first date (1-2 over Atlético San Luis), then took three parities and one defeat; until they celebrated again last weekend, against America (3-2).
Trainer Renato Paiva will try to keep up with his coaches to fight for the title. One of the good news in the ‘Fiera’ is that the Ecuadorian Ángel Mena and the Chilean Víctor Dávila returned to the goal; while the Argentine Lucas Di Yorio (four goals) is still at a good level.
Monterey vs. Leon: match history
Since February 2018, the Monterrey vs. León met 10 times and the balance is favorable for the ‘Fiera’: he won four times. In that period of time, the ‘Rayados’ only imposed conditions on three occasions and tied the remaining three matches.
03-01-2022: Leon 0-0 Monterrey – Liga MX
10-16-2021: Monterrey 0-1 Leon – Liga MX
03-10-2021: Monterrey 1-1 Leon – Liga MX
08-03-2020: Leon 1-0 Monterrey – Liga MX
02-08-2020: Leon 3-1 Monterrey – Liga MX
08-03-2019: Monterrey 3-2 Leon – Liga MX
07-07-2019: Monterrey 0-1 Leon – Friendly
01-12-2019: Monterrey 2-2 Leon – Liga MX
07-29-2018: Leon 0-2 Monterrey – Liga MX
02-03-2018: Monterrey 5-1 Leon – Liga MX