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Fox Sports 2, Monterrey vs. Atlas live online: broadcast of the Liga MX match

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Monterrey vs. Atlas LIVE Fox Sports 2 this Wednesday, November 24 from 9:05 pm (Mexican time) and 10:05 pm (Peruvian time) for the first leg of the quarterfinals of the 2021 Apertura Tournament of the MX League. Follow the incidents, with video of the goals and best plays instantly, through this minute by minute.

The actions will take place at the BBVA Bancomer Stadium and the referee Jorge Issac Rojas Castillo will be in charge of delivering justice. It is worth mentioning that Atlas directly advanced to this round due to his good classification in the regular stage, while Monterrey beat Cruz Azul in the playoffs.

What time to watch the game Monterrey vs. Atlas?

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United States – 7.05 pm Los Angeles time

México – 9.05 p. m.

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United States – 9.05 pm Texas time

Perú – 10.05 p. m.

Ecuador – 10.05 p. m.

Colombia – 10.05 p. m.

United States – 10.05 pm Miami time

Bolivia – 11.05 p. m.

Venezuela – 11.05 p. m.

Argentina – 12.05 am (Thursday, November 25)

Chile – 12.05 am (Thursday, November 25)

Uruguay – 12.05 am (Thursday, November 25)

Brazil – 12.05 am (Thursday, November 25)

Paraguay – 12.05 am (Thursday, November 25)

Portugal – 3.05 am (Thursday, November 25)

England – 3.05 am (Thursday, November 25)

Italy – 4.05 am (Thursday, November 25)

Spain – 4.05 am (Thursday, November 25)

On which channels to watch Monterrey vs. High?

Mexico: Fox Sports 2 Cono Norte

Panama: Fox Sports 2 Cono Norte

Venezuela: Fox Sports 2 Cono Norte

The ‘Rayados’ showed good football during this round of previous direct elimination and, despite being away, they defeated the ‘Machine’ 4-1. Maximiliano Meza, Vincent Janssen and a double by Rogelio Funes Mori determined the resounding victory, which delighted all the fans.

Precisely, the Mexican naturalized Argentine striker is the institution’s top scorer, with a total of four goals. In the same vein is the Colombian Duván Vergara (in addition to an assist), but he is not emerging as a starter for this hard road towards the Liga MX title.

However, if they will be from the start Arturo González and Maximiliano Meza, the pair of flyers that has been shining until now: each one has three annotations and four goal passes. Coach Javier Aguirre seeks to exploit the good performance they have been showing to gain an advantage at home.

For its part, Atlas became one of the surprises throughout the Apertura of the Mexican championship, since they consolidated in second place with 29 points. Since the arrival of coach Diego Cocca, the performance of the squad has improved notably, leaving bad past campaigns in oblivion.

The key behind the great sporting moment is with the offensive power they won with the duo made up of Julio Furch and Julián Quiñones (six and five celebrations respectively). In addition, the presence of Peruvian Anderson Santamaría in defense has been a guarantee of security: only his goal fell 10 times in 17 presentations.

Monterrey vs. Atlas: match history

In the last 10 direct matches between Monterrey vs. Atlas, the statistics have been favorable for the ‘Rayados’: they won seven times. For their part, the ‘Foxes’ only register two wins, one of them this season. Here we leave you all the details.

11-09-2021: Atlas 2-1 Monterrey – Liga MX

09-01-2021: Atlas 0-2 Monterrey – Liga MX

08-09-2020: Monterrey 1-1 Atlas – Liga MX

11-23-2019: Monterrey 2-0 Atlas – Liga MX

05-05-2019: Atlas 2-0 Monterrey – Liga MX

11-24-2018: Monterrey 3-1 Atlas – Liga MX

02-23-2018: Atlas 0-1 Monterrey – Liga MX

11-26-2017: Monterrey 4-1 Atlas – Liga MX

11-23-2017: Atlas 1-2 Monterrey – Liga MX

09-16-2017: Monterrey 2-1 Atlas – Liga MX

Monterrey vs. Atlas: possible alignments

Monterrey: Esteban Andrada; Héctor Moreno, Jesús Gallardo, Sebastián Vegas, Matías Kranevitter, Maximiliano Meza, Érick Aguirre, Celso Ortiz, Arturo González, Carlos Rodríguez and Rogelio Funes Mori.

Atlas: Camilo Vargas; Hugo Nervo, Anderson Santamaría, Luis Reyes, Diego Barbosa, Jesús Angulo; Ángel Márquez, Jairo Torres, Aldo Rocha, Julio Furch and Julián Quiñones.

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