The bulls, commanded by Mexican coach Roberto Hernández, had a positive income of two goals on December 30 in their own field.
That day, who was the top scorer in the competition in his qualifying phase, Matías Rotondi opened the scoring with a shot from outside the area, beating goalkeeper Kevin Moscoso.
Later, Wilson Godoy increased the account for his own, after a rude error by the man in blue Moscoso.
With this advantage, Hernández’s men seek to prevent those managed by Uruguayan William Olivera from managing to overcome the added score and thus add the first title for the Malacatán institution.
For its part, Comunicaciones, to achieve the feat, would be pocketing the second trophy of the campaign after achieving the international title of the Concacaf League by hitting the Honduran Motagua.
The bulls have already left for the capital city to face tomorrow the second leg of the opening tournament final.
Several fans have taken to the streets and roads to fire the players.#AllWe areToros pic.twitter.com/d2wy9GHCnD
– The Bulls (@DMalacatecoToro) January 1, 2022