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Castillo gets start against former team
by Paul Kennedy, September 7th, 2009 7AM

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[AMERICANS ABROAD] On a World Cup qualifying weekend, Mexico's Primera Division was the only other major league besides MLS to hold games.

New Mexico product Edgar Castillo, whom FIFA has cleared to represent the USA, played the entire 90 minutes in Tigres' 1-1 against Club America, the club that loaned him to Tigres for the fall season.

MEXICO
Apertura
Sept. 4-6
UAG 2 (Bareiro 9, 72) Santos 4 (Luduena 34, 44, 90, Quinonez 48).
Atlas 0 San Luis 0.
Queretaro 1 (Chaves 31) Monterrey 3 (Perez pen. 23, Carreno 69, De Nigris 77).
Cruz Azul 2 (Valasco 22, Penuelas 62) Indios 0.
Tigres 1 (Fernandez 79) America 1 (Esqueda 78).
Pachuca 4 (Manso 10, Gimenez 20, Cacho 47, Manon 90) Chiapas 0.
Toluca 1 (Mancilla 60) Morelia 0.
Puebla 2 (Acosta 6, Borgetti 20) Guadalajara 2 (Bravo 9, Riveron 90).
Atlante 1 (Pereyra 84) UNAM 0.
Standings:
Group 1 - Toluca 15 points; Atlas 8; San Luis 7; Guadalajara 5; Indios 3; Queretaro 2.
Group 2 - Club America, Monterrey 14; Pachuca, Morelia 13; Puebla 11; Chiapas 8.
Group 3 - Cruz Azul 12; Santos 11; Atlante 10; Tigres 9; UAG 8; UNAM 3.

 



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