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Goals for Ozorco Fiscal and Guadarrama, red for Torres
by Paul Kennedy, July 30th, 2012 12:31AM
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[AMERICANS ABROAD] Michael Orozco Fiscal scored a goal in  losing effort for San Luis, Sonny Guadarrama scored the winning goal in the Second Division, but Jose Francisco Torres was red carded for dissent in Pachuca's 3-0 loss to Atlas.

Torres was sent off for sayng something to the referee in the 69th minute and could face a suspension for the incident.

Orozco scored the equalizer for San Luis in the 55th minute, but it later fell to Cruz Azul, 2-1, on Saturday.

Herculez Gomez started again Santos but had left the game when it scored to beat Guadalajara, 1-0.

In the Ascenso MX, Guadarrama scored as Merida beat Universidad de Guadalajara, 1-0.

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