Nicolas Lopez and German Bertiram scored nine goals after 17 dates and participated in the scoring tournament at Apertura 2021.
With nine goals in the personal account, the attackers Nicholas Lopez And German Bertram, who plays for Tigres and Atlético San Luis respectively, is the top scorer in Apertura 2021 That for the second time in the history of Mexican professional football, a footballer who did not reach double digits in the scoring record is crowned.
The only previous lead goes back to Clausura 2017, a competition in which the Peruvian participated Raul Ruediaz, the current Seattle Sounders footballer, has broken the net nine times with Morelia He contended that the puck is the maximum break he’s got in a championship comeback, thanks to eleven shots at the net.
Nicolas Lopez began his path to individual glory against Puebla in the fourth round, with a 1-1 draw with the Gaza Strip at Cuauhtemoc Stadium. A week later, “Diente” signed a duet against Queretaro, in a 3-0 win.
In view of Mazatlan FC, on day 6 he restricted his third duel to cooperation in electronic duel, because again he signed a double in victory 3 to 0, while on date 7 the streak increased with a little more against atlas, In a duel culminated in a one-goal draw.
The Uruguayan went through six dates without seeing the door, until he scored again before Pachuca, in a 3-0 Cats victory in Round 14.
In the last match of the regular stage, the 28-year-old Uruguayan reached the top of the singles competition with his third double of the term, versus Juarez, in a 3-0 win.
for this part, Germain Bertiram started his scoring journey in the third round against Pumas and teamed up with the team 3-1 against the feline.. Four dates later, the Atlético de San Luis goal man scored another goal in a two-goal match against Mazatlan Club, the third result coming a week later in the points distribution with Puebla (2-2).
In the next two days, the 22-year-old Argentine showed muscle and collaborated in two more victories for his team by scoring 5 goals, each time he signed a hat-trick against Tijuana (4-1) and double against Toluca (1-2).
Finally, on the 15th date, he scored the ninth goal of the semester against Atlas, in the 6-2 win incurred by the club from Potosi.
It is worth noting that in the 1932-33 season, Peruvian Julio Lloris won the title as the tournament’s top scorer, but the professional era of Mexican football was born in the 1943-44 campaign.
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