• Tuesday Oct 17, 2017

    Well done, Boselli!

    Mauro Boselli (pictured) scored in eight consecutive Liga MX Apertura games before going goalless in Leon’s 1-0 win over visiting Tigres on October 14, 2017, in Leon, Mexico. (Photo: Mexsport)

    LEON, Mexico – On Saturday, for Leon, one streak continued and another ended.

    The Panzas Verdes moved up to third place in the 2017 Liga MX Apertura after their winning run was extended to five games on the strength of a 1-0 victory over visiting Tigres.  Elias Hernandez netted the only goal in a match that saw Mauro Boselli’s eight-game scoring streak be snapped.

    The 32-year-old Argentinean’s remarkable exploits started on August 12 with a 3-0 triumph at Necaxa.  He fell just short of equalizing the club record for goals scored in consecutive games, which was shared by Agustin Santillan (1953/54) and Milton Queiroz "Tita" (1995/96).

    Boselli scored one goal in each of the eight games, while striking a league-high nine times.

    Here’s a listing of his goals:


    2017 Liga MX Apertura Eight-Game Scoring Streak

    1) August 12, 2017: away v Necaxa (3-0 win)

    90’+5: 3-0 (right foot, 13-yards out)

    2) August 19, 2017: home v Monterrey (1-2 loss)

    62’: 1-2 (right foot, 1-yard out)

    3) August 23, 2017: away v Puebla (1-0 win)

    22’ pen: 1-0 (right foot, 12-yards out)

    4) August 26, 2017: home v Santos (1-2 loss)

    60’: 1-2 (right foot, 3-yards out)

    5) September 9, 2017: away v Queretaro (2-1 win)

    81’: 2-1 (right foot, 14-yards out)

    6) September 16, 2017: home v Pachuca (3-1 win)

    4’: 1-0 (header, 8-yards out)

    7) September 27, 2017: home v Club America (2-1 win)

    88’: 1-1 (header, 5-yards out)

    8) September 30, 2017: away v Lobos BUAP (3-0 win)

    34’: 2-0 (header, 11-yards out)


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