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07/02/2004 Sábado

Veracruz
vs
Atlas

15:00

Toluca
vs
M. Morelia


15:00

Tigres
vs
Querétaro F.C.

17:00

Cruz Azul
vs
Club San Luis

17:00

Guadalajara
vs
Pachuca


19:00

Necaxa
vs
J. Chiapas

20:30

08/02/2004 Domingo

U.N.A.M.
vs
Santos


12:00

Irapuato
vs
Monterrey

12:00

Puebla
vs
Atlante

14:00

U. A. de G.
vs
América

16:00
 

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saturday results (week 4)

Estadio La Bombonera
Toluca 2 - 0 Morelia :rolleyes:
Goles .
Manuel de la Torre (38)
Paulo César Da Silva (75)

Luis Pirata Fuente
Veracruz 1 - 1 Atlas
Goles
V: Gustavo Biscayzacú (7 pen)
A: Robert de Pinho Souza (65 pen)

Estadio Azul
Cruz Azul 1 - 4 San Luis Potosí :eekani:
Goles
CA: Marcelo Alejandro Delgado (31)
SLP: Ángel Sosa (10)
Sergio Blanco (22)
Sergio Blanco (33)
Christian Patiño (45 pen)

Est. Universitario
U. de N. León 1 - 2 Querétaro :eek:
Goles:
U: Andrés Silvera (29)
Q: Jorge Elio Cervera (44)
Jorge Elio Cervera (71)

Estadio Jalisco
Guadalajara 1 - 0 Pachuca
Gol:
Héctor Reynoso López (45)

Estadio Victoria
Necaxa 0 - 1 Chiapas
Gol:
Salvador Cabañas (64)
 

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sunday results

Est Olímpico Universitario
UNAM 3 - 2 Santos
Goles :
U: Bruno Marioni (21)
Bruno Marioni (34)
Jaime Lozano (62)
S: Johan Rodríguez (65)
Carlos Cariño (90)

Est Sergio León Chávez
Irapuato 2 - 1 Monterrey
Goles :
I: Rónald Gómez (33)
Mauricio Solís (78)
M: Walter Erviti (51)

Estadio Cuauhtémoc
Puebla 1 - 1 Atlante
Goles :
P: Gilberto Jiménez (90 pen)
A: Aarón Padilla (87)

Estadio 3 de Marzo
U.A. de G. 1 - 1 América
Goles:
U: Marco Tejera (3)
A: Cuauthémoc Blanco (68 pen)

STANDINGS AFTER WEEK 4
 

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Pachuca lose unbeaten record

MEXICO CITY, Feb 9 (Reuters) - Defending champions Pachuca lost their unbeaten record in the Mexican championship at the weekend, going down 1-0 at Guadalajara.

Defender Hector Reynoso headed the winner following a corner for the Chivas, the only team in the country who do not field foreigners.

Volatile Mexican international striker Cuauhtemoc Blanco scored his fourth goal in four games to save America again. The 1-1 draw at UAG was America's third in four outings.

Blanco converted a 67th-minute penalty after Uruguayan Marcelo Tejera had given the Tecos a second-minute lead.

Cruz Azul, one of the championship's most expensive teams, were thumped 4-1 at home by modest San Luis, two of the visitors' goals coming from Uruguayan Sergio Blanco.

Chiapas, from the southern city of Tuxtla Gutierrez, continued their surprising run, beating Necaxa 1-0 with a goal by Paraguayan Salvador Cabanas.
 
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