‘El Rebaño Sagrado’ defeated the Águilas in the second leg of the semifinals with goals from Ronald Cisneros at 19′, Alan Mozo at 76′ and Jesús Orozco at 88′.
In the second leg, Guadalajara took the lead after 19 minutes when Cisneros scored inside the area after eluding the goalkeeper and a defender after receiving a pass from Roberto Alvarado.
América, for its part, tied at minute 57 when Chilean Diego Valdés headed in a cross sent by Spanish Álvaro Fidalgo, who was sent off at 63′ for committing a foul on Fernando Beltrán.
Chivas retook the lead at 75′ with a shot by Mozo from outside the area, and the third goal came from Orozco, who headed in a cross sent from the right sector.
When do Chivas vs Tigres play?
The first leg of the Clausura 2023 grand final between Rebaño and Los Felinos will be next Thursday, May 25 and will be played at El Volcán.
Game of return
While the second leg, which will be played in the Akron State, will be on Sunday, May 28. The schedules for each match are yet to be defined, however they are expected to start at 8:00 p.m.
Where to watch the final Chivas vs Tigres 2023?
The first leg can be seen on TUDN, Channel 5 and Channel 7.
The transmission of the return game would be in the same way through TUDN and Channel 5, as well as Channel 7.