Miguel Herrera seeks ‘revenge’ against the Eagles

Miguel Herrera seeks ‘revenge’ against the Eagles
Miguel Herrera seeks ‘revenge’ against the Eagles

The UANL Tigers will face the Club America Eagles This Saturday, September 3, on the field of the Azteca Stadium, a venue where the technical director of the felines lived moments of glory in his career when he directed the creams, a team from which he left through the back door due to indiscipline problems.

Almost two years after leaving the Club America, the Piojo Herrera He continues with a great thorn in his side and this weekend he will try to take revenge against the creams in a game in which he appears as an apparent victim due to the history that both teams and the same coach have against the creams.

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Although the statistics do not play, the trend that both clubs bring puts the felines as ‘victims’, since they have lost the last six games against America, two of them already with Piojo Herrera as their DT.

How has Piojo Herrera fared against America?

Herrera already tasted the taste of defeat against América directing the UANL Tigres in their first two matches. El Piojo fell 1-0 in the Apertura 2021 and 0-2 in the Clausura 2022.

El Piojo has only linked 3 defeats against America on one occasion; from 2022 to 2023, when he directed Atlante. He lost 0-1, 1-4 and 1-0.

His best streak against América was directed by Rayados and Veracruz between 2005 and 2007, adding 4 wins and 2 draws.

In total he registers 7 wins, 7 draws and 11 losses. He scoring 28 goals and receiving 38.

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