Julián Quiñones at risk of missing the second leg final due to a calf injury – La Opinión

Julián Quiñones at risk of missing the second leg final due to a calf injury – La Opinión

América striker Julián Quiñones, scorer of the goal that caused a 1-1 draw with Cruz Azul in the first leg of the grand final of the Clausura 2024 tournament could be a significant casualty in the tactical scheme of Brazilian coach André Jardine due to a left calf injury that required The Águilas medical service attended to the affected area of the American attacker.

Quiñones scored the tying goal in the 16th minute, becoming the banner of the American forward who at all times sought to cause damage with changes of speed and throws towards the front where he brought the cement defenders badly.

The striker has become a headache for Cruz Azul, just remember the three disallowed goals he suffered on matchday 8 of the current Clausura 2024 tournament, where the striker A naturalized Mexican Colombian even scored the winning goal 1-0.

For this reason, the América medical service has been instructed by the coaching staff to try at all times to ensure that Julián Quiñones is ready for this important match, taking into account the specific weight he has in the Águilas attack and where the light blue defenders the Colombian Willer Ditta, the Argentine Gonzalo Piovi and Carlos Salcedothey have had a lot of problems neutralizing it.

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In América they hope that forward Julián Quiñones can be ready for the second leg of the grand final vs. Blue Cross. Photo: Etzel Espinosa/Imago7.

Not to go any further, in this match, Quiñones was a constant threat to the cement goalkeeper, the Colombian Kevin Mier, who miraculously stopped two actions that would have placed Quiñones like a true boss of the American front in duels against the cement workers.

It will be in the next few hours when the evolution of Quiñones will be known to find out if he can be ready for this important commitment where the champion of the Clausura 2024 tournament will be known and where América seeks the two-time championship that would represent the 15th title in its history, while for the Machine it would be the tenth championship since its appearance in soccer of Mexico in the 60s.

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