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Cacho leads Pachuca to Mexican league title
May 29th, 2007 7AM

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Juan Carlos Cacho, whose two goals gave Pachuca a 2-1 victory over Club America on Friday in the first leg of Mexico's Torneo Clausura finals, scored in the 82nd minute of the second leg to give the Tuzos a 1-1 tie and their second straight Clausura title.

Playing his last game for America before joining MLS's Chicago Fire, Cuauhtemoc Blanco scored in the 68th minute to pull America even on aggregate, but Cacho once again came to the rescue and tallied his third goal in two games.

The title is the fourth for Pachuca in the last year. It has also won the Copa Sudamericana and CONCACAF Champions Cup. America's loss in the final of the Torneo Clausura capped a disappoiting week. It had been eliminated from the Copa Libertadores, falling to Santos of Brazil on Wednesday.

1996-1997
Winter Santos
Summer Guadalajara
1997-98
Winter Cruz Azul
Summer Toluca
1998-99
Winter Necaxa
Summer Toluca
1999-00
Winter Pachuca
Summer Toluca
2000-01
Winter Morelia
Summer Santos
2001-02
Winter Pachuca
Summer America
2002-03
Apertura Toluca
Clausura Monterrey
2003-04
Apertura Pachuca
Clausura UNAM
2004-05
Apertura UNAM
Clausura Club America
2005-06
Apertura Toluca
Clausura Pachuca
2006-07
Apertura Guadalajara
Clausura Pachuca



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