2011 Primera División de México Clausura Liguilla Final

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Primera División de México 2011 Clausura Liguilla Final
Event 2011 Clausura Liguilla
On aggregate
First leg
Date May 19, 2011 20:30 (UTC-6)
Venue Estadio Morelos, Morelia, Michoacán
Referee Roberto García Orozco (Mexico)
Attendance 40,000[citation needed]
Second leg
Date May 22, 2011 12:00 (UTC-6)
Venue Estadio Olímpico Universitario, Coyoacán, Mexico City
Referee (Mexico)
Attendance 63,000[citation needed]

The 2011 Clausura Liguilla Final is a two-legged football match-up to determine the 2011 Clausura champion.

After 17 matches on regular season, and 2 two-legged rounds of Liguilla, UNAM and Morelia have reached the final.

Final rules[edit]

Like other match-ups in the knockout round, the teams will play two games, one at each team's home stadium. As the highest seeded team determined at the beginning of the Liguilla, UNAM was to have home-field advantage for the second leg.

However, the tiebreaking criteria used in previous rounds will not be the same in the final. If the teams remained tied after 90 minutes of play during the 2nd leg, extra time will be used, followed by a penalty shootout if necessary.

Final summary[edit]

First leg[edit]

May 19, 2011
20:30
Morelia 1 – 1 UNAM
Rojas Goal 72' Report Palencia Goal 68'
Estadio Morelos
Morelia, Michoacán
Referee: Roberto García Orozco (Mexico)
Monarcas Morelia
UNAM
Monarcas Morelia
GK 3 Argentina Federico Vilar (c)
CB 2 Mexico Enrique Pérez
CB 16 Mexico Adrián Aldrete
CB 33 Mexico Joel Huiqui
CM 8 Mexico Jorge Gastélum
CM 11 Ecuador Joao Rojas
CM 21 Mexico Jaime Lozano
RW 77 Mexico Elías Hernández
LW 81 Colombia Aldo Leão
RF 7 Mexico Rafael Márquez Lugo
LF 18 Colombia Luis Gabriel Rey Substituted off 86'
Substitutes
MF 13 Mexico Manuel Pérez Substituted in 86'
Manager
Mexico Tomás Boy
UNAM
GK 1 Mexico Alejandro Palacios
RB 2 Mexico Efraín Velarde Booked 48'
CB 3 Mexico Marco Antonio Palacios
CB 4 Paraguay Darío Verón (c)
LB 14 Mexico Luis Fernando Fuentes
DM 5 Mexico Israel Castro
DM 20 Mexico David Cabrera Booked 46' Substituted off 59'
RW 9 Paraguay Dante López
LW 10 Argentina Martín Bravo Substituted off 59'
SS 15 Mexico Javier Cortés
CF 17 Mexico Francisco Palencia Substituted off 71'
Substitutes
MF 13 Mexico Jehu Chiapas Substituted in 71'
MF 7 Mexico Leandro Augusto Substituted in 59'
FW 11 Mexico Juan Carlos Cacho Substituted in 59'
Manager
Mexico Guillermo Vázquez
Man of the Match
Dante López[citation needed]
Assistant referees
Mexico José Luis Camargo Callado
Mexico Alberto Morín Méndez
Fourth official
Mexico Jorge Eduardo Gasso Flores

Second leg[edit]

May 22, 2011
12:00
UNAM 2 – 1 Morelia
Palencia Goal 14' (pen.)
Cortés Goal 77'
Report Lozano Goal 25' (pen.)
Estadio Olímpico Universitario
Coyoacán, Mexico City
Referee: Marco Antonio Rodríguez Moreno (Mexico)
UNAM
Monarcas Morelia
UNAM
GK 1 Mexico Alejandro Palacios Booked 24'
RB 2 Mexico Efraín Velarde Booked 30'
CB 14 Mexico Luis Fernando Fuentes Substituted off 54'
CB 4 Paraguay Darío Verón Booked 87'
LB 3 Mexico Marco Antonio Palacios
DM 15 Mexico Javier Cortés
DM 20 Mexico David Cabrera
RW 5 Mexico Israel Castro (c)
LW 17 Mexico Juan Francisco Palencia Substituted off 71'
SS 10 Argentina Martín Bravo Substituted off 46'
CF 9 Paraguay Dante López
Substitutes
MF 78 Mexico Carlos Emilio Orrantía Substituted in 46'
MF 7 Mexico Leandro Augusto Substituted in 54'
FW 11 Mexico Juan Carlos Cacho Substituted in 71'
Manager
Mexico Guillermo Vázquez
Monarcas Morelia
GK 3 Argentina Federico Vilar (c) Booked 12'
CB 2 Mexico Enrique Pérez
CB 16 Mexico Adrián Aldrete
CB 33 Mexico Joel Huiqui
CM 8 Mexico Jorge Gastélum Substituted off 56'
CM 11 Ecuador Joao Rojas Booked 80' Substituted off 90'
CM 21 Mexico Jaime Lozano
RW 77 Mexico Elías Hernández Substituted off 79'
LW 81 Colombia Aldo Leão
RF 7 Mexico Rafael Márquez Lugo
LF 9 Mexico Miguel Sabah Booked 18'
Substitutes
MF 14 Mexico Luis Miguel Noriega Substituted in 56' Booked 57'
DF 18 Mexico Luis Gabriel Rey Substituted in 79'
DF 13 Mexico Manuel Pérez Substituted in 90'
Manager
Mexico Tomás Boy
Marco Antonio Rodríguez Man of the Match
Javier Cortés[citation needed]
Assistant referees
Mexico Alberto Morín
Mexico Carlos Ayala
Fourth official
Mexico Francisco Chacón

References[edit]