AFP / T13
The Argentine coach Diego Maradona and his Dorados advanced this Saturday to the League of Ascenso (second division) championship of Mexican football despite losing 1-0 against the Braves in the second leg of the semifinal.
Los Dorados de Sinaloa, led by former world superstar they beat the Braves de Juárez in a draw, who were leaders in the regular round, with an overall score of 2-1.
On Wednesday in the first game of the series, Maradona's team took advantage 2-0 at home in the Banorte stadium.
This Saturday at the Benito Juarez Olympic Stadium, The Braves won 1-0 with a penalty scored in the 39th minute for Brazilian Leandro Carrijo.
At the end of the game, Maradona led the celebration to the pass to the final with songs in the dressing room.
"From the hand of Maradona all the return we are going to give!", the Golds sang as their coach danced with them with euphoria and intensity.
Maradona assumed the technical leadership of the Dorados on the eighth day, when the team had three points and was in thirteenth place among 15 participants.
The Sinaloan squad finished the regular phase in seventh place with 22 points.
Since the tenth date, Diego and his Dorados they managed a series of nine games without losing with a balance of seven wins and two draws.
This positive sequence came to an end this Saturday with the loss of Juarez.
The second finalist will be known this Sunday in the Andrés Quintana Roo stadium. In this tie Atletico San Luis has a 3-0 lead over Atlante.