2010 Primera División de México Bicentenario Liguilla

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Primera División de México 2010 Bicentenario Liguilla
Country Mexico
Teams 8
Defending champions Monterrey
Champions Toluca
Runners-up Santos Laguna
Matches played 14
Goals scored 43 (3.07 per match)

The Liguilla (English: Mini League) of the Primera División de México 2010 Bicentenario was a final mini-tournament involving eight teams of the Primera División de México, in an elimination two-legs playoff.

The first leg Final of the Liguilla was on Wednesday May 20, between Santos Laguna against Toluca.

Defending champions Monterrey, were not able to defend their past championship, as they were knocked out in the first round of the "Liguilla" by Pachuca

Teams[edit]

As the 18 teams of the 2010 Bicentenario were divided in three groups of six teams, it was determined that the two top of each group advanced to the Liguilla, even though having had a low performance at the general table. Alongside those six teams, the two best teams at the general table of the remaining 12, regardless of their group, advanced to the Liguilla.

S Team Manager Captain Performance at the Apertura 2009
Pld W D L GF GA GD Pts P Qualified as
1 Monterrey Mexico Víctor Vucetich Mexico Luis Ernesto Pérez 17 10 6 1 30 15 +15 36 1st First place Group 2
2 Guadalajara Mexico José Luis Real Mexico Luis Ernesto Michel 17 10 2 5 28 21 +7 32 2nd First place Group 1
3 Toluca Mexico José de la Torre Mexico Zinha 17 8 6 3 27 15 +12 30 3rd Runner-up Group 1
4 UNAM Brazil Ricardo Ferretti Mexico Sergio Bernal 17 7 7 3 20 10 +10 28 4th First place Group 3
5 Santos Laguna Argentina Rubén Omar Romano Mexico Oswaldo Sánchez 17 8 4 5 27 25 +2 28 5th Runner-up Group 3
6 América Mexico Jesús Ramírez Mexico Pável Pardo 17 7 4 6 29 20 +9 25 6th Runner-up Group 2
7 Morelia Mexico Tomás Boy Argentina Mauricio Romero 17 7 4 6 22 13 +9 25 7th2 Third place Group 21
8 Pachuca Argentina Guillermo Rivarola Colombia Miguel Calero 17 7 4 6 27 26 +1 25 8th Fourth place Group 21
1.^ Best ranked out of the two top of each group.
2.^ Although having been tied with points and goal difference with América, Morelia scored less goals throughout the season as opposed to América.
Locations of the 2010 Bicentenario Liguilla teams

Tie-breaking criteria[edit]

The Liguilla has a particular tie-breaking criteria: In case of a tie in the aggregate score, the higher seeded team advance.

The exception for this tie-breaking criteria is the final, where the higher seeded team rule is not used. In this case, if the teams remained tied after 90 minutes of play during the second leg of the finals, extra time were used, followed by a penalty shootout if necessary.

Bracket[edit]

The Liguilla hade those teams play two games against each other on a home-and-away basis. The winner of each match up was determined by aggregate score.

The teams were seeded one to eight in quarterfinals, and re-seeded one to four in semifinals, depending on their position at the general table of the season. Higher seeded teams play on their home field during the second leg.

Also, the highest seeded can choose when, if Saturday or Sunday, they want to play the second leg. As the rules mentioned that one half of the matches must be on Wednesday/Saturday, and the other in Thursday/Sunday, the rest of the teams must suit on that choice.

  Quarterfinals Semifinals Final
                                         
3 Toluca 2 2 4  
6 América 2 0 2  
  3 Toluca 2 1 3  
  8 Pachuca 2 0 2  
1 Monterrey 0 1 1
8 Pachuca 1 2 3  
  3 Toluca 2 0 2 (4)
  5 Santos Laguna 2 0 2 (3)
4 UNAM 0 1 1  
5 Santos Laguna 2 0 2  
  5 Santos Laguna 3 7 10
  7 Morelia 3 1 4  
2 Guadalajara 2 0 2
7 Morelia 4 1 5  
1.^ Advanced by best position on the general table.

Quarter-finals[edit]

The quarterfinals were played on May 1 or 2 (first leg) and May 8 or 9 (second leg).

Team 1 Agg. Team 2 1st leg 2nd leg
Monterrey (1) Mexico 1–3 Mexico (8) Pachuca 0–1 1–2
Guadalajara (2) Mexico 2–5 Mexico (7) Morelia 2–4 0–1
Toluca (3) Mexico 4–2 Mexico (6) América 2–2 2–0
UNAM (4) Mexico 1–2 Mexico (5) Santos Laguna 0–2 1–0

Kickoffs are given in local time (UTC-6).

First leg[edit]

May 1, 2010
17:00
Pachuca 1 – 0 Monterrey
Álvarez Goal 29' (Report)
Estadio Hidalgo
Pachuca, Hidalgo

Referee: Jaime Herrera Garduño (Mexico)

May 1, 2010
19:00
Morelia 4 – 2 Guadalajara
Cabrera Goal 23'
Rey Goal 55'
Pereyra Goal 63'
Borgetti Goal 66'
(Report) Enríquez Goal 39'
Bravo Goal 45'
Estadio Morelos
Morelia, Michoacán

Referee: Marco Antonio Rodríguez Moreno (Mexico)

May 2, 2010
19:00
Santos Laguna 2 – 0 UNAM
Jiménez Goal 27'
Vuoso Goal 47'
(Report)
Estadio Corona
Torreón, Coahuila

Referee: Miguel Ángel Ortega Rojas (Mexico)

May 2, 2010
21:00
América 2 – 2 Toluca
Beausejour Goal 5'
Layún Goal 23'
(Report) Mancilla Goal 2'
Dueñas Goal 26'
Estadio Azteca
Coyoacán, Mexico City

Referee: Armando Archundia Téllez (Mexico)

Second leg[edit]

May 8, 2010
18:00
Monterrey 1 – 2 Pachuca
Martínez Goal 32' (Report) Brambila Goal 47'
Montes Goal 87'
Estadio Tecnológico, Monterrey, Nuevo León
Referee: Paul Enrique Delgadillo Haro (Mexico)

May 8, 2010
20:00
Guadalajara 0 – 1 Morelia
(Report) Hernández Goal 57'
Estadio Jalisco
Guadalajara, Jalisco

Referee: Jorge Eduardo Gasso Flores (Mexico)

May 9, 2010
12:00
Toluca 2 – 0 América
Zinha Goal 29'
Pérez Goal 89'
(Report)
Estadio Nemesio Díez
Toluca, State of Mexico

Referee: Francisco Chacón Gutiérrez (Mexico)

May 9, 2010
17:00
UNAM 1 – 0 Santos Laguna
Íñiguez Goal 53' (Report)
Estadio Olímpico Universitario, Coyoacán, Mexico City
Referee: José Alfredo Peñaloza Soto (Mexico)

Semi-finals[edit]

The semifinals were played on May 12 (first leg) and May 15 (second leg).

Team 1 Agg. Team 2 1st leg 2nd leg
Toluca (1) Mexico 3–2 Mexico (4) Pachuca 2–2 1–0
Santos Laguna (2) Mexico 10–4 Mexico (3) Morelia 3–3 7–1

Kickoffs are given in local time (UTC-6).

First leg[edit]

May 12, 2010
19:00
Pachuca 2 – 2 Toluca
Manso Goal 60'
Cvitanich Goal 86'
(Report) Novaretti Goal 47'
Mancilla Goal 81'
Estadio Hidalgo, Pachuca, Hidalgo
Referee: Mauricio Rafael Morales Ovalle (Mexico)

May 12, 2010
21:00
Morelia 3 – 3 Santos Laguna
Peralta Goal 7'
Hernández Goal 64'
Rey Goal 86' (pen.)
(Report) Borgetti Goal 34'
Rodríguez Goal 56' (pen.)
Estrada Goal 65'
Estadio Morelos
Morelia, Michoacán

Referee: Francisco Chacón Gutiérrez (Mexico) [1]

Second leg[edit]

May 15, 2010
18:00
Santos Laguna 7 – 1 Morelia
Arce Goal 1'
Quintero Goal 12'
Peralta Goal 15'51'81'
Estrada Goal 49'
Vuoso Goal 83' (pen.)
(Report) Rey Goal 5' (pen.)
Estadio Corona
Torreón, Coahuila

Referee: Armando Archundia Téllez (Mexico)

May 15, 2010
20:00
Toluca 1 – 0 Pachuca
Ríos Goal 41' (Report)
Estadio Nemesio Díez
Toluca, State of Mexico

Referee: Marco Antonio Rodríguez Moreno (Mexico)

Final[edit]

The first and second legs of the final were played on May 20 (first leg) and May 23 (second leg).

Team 1 Agg. Team 2 1st leg 2nd leg
Toluca(1) Mexico 2(4)–2(3) Mexico (2) Santos Laguna 2–2 0–0

Kickoffs are given in local time (UTC-6).

First leg[edit]

May 20, 2010
20:00
Santos Laguna 2 – 2 Toluca
Quintero Goal 14'
Vuoso Goal 84'
(Report) NovarettiGoal 22'
Zinha Goal 67'
Estadio Corona
Torreón, Coahuila

Attendance: 30,000
Referee: Marco Antonio Rodríguez Moreno (Mexico)

Second leg[edit]

May 23, 2010
12:00
Toluca 0 – 0 Santos Laguna
(Report)
  Penalties  
Zinha Penalty missed
Marín Penalty scored
Mancilla Penalty missed
Novaretti Penalty scored
Romagnoli Penalty scored
Dueñas Penalty scored
4 – 3 Penalty scored Rodríguez
Penalty scored Ludueña
Penalty scored Lacerda
Penalty missed Vuoso
Penalty missed Morales
Penalty missed Arce
Estadio Nemesio Díez
Toluca, State of Mexico

Attendance: 27,000
Referee: Armando Archundia Téllez (Mexico)

Goalscorers[edit]

4 goals
3 goals
2 goals
1 goal

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Designaciones Arbitrales Para las Semifinales de Ida" (Press release) (in Spanish). Femexfut.com. 2008-11-30. Retrieved 2009-12-01.