All four ties end level
There is set to be drama in the second legs of the Mexico Liga Premier quarter-final second legs as all of the first legs ended in draws.
The most exciting first leg was between Colima and Inter Playa del Carmen which ended 2-2. Gerardo Madrid nodded home from a corner to put the hosts in front after 32 minutes, before Jose Luis Calderon also headed home from a corner six minutes later to put the visitors level.
Raul Suarez lifted a shot over the onrushing goalkeeper to give Inter Playa the lead but Colima forward Kevin Chaurand scored from the penalty spot with eight minutes remaining to level the scores going into the second leg on Friday.
Marcador Final | Termina el partido en el Estadio Olímpico Universitario de Colima. ¡Nos vemos en el #TerritorioInterPlaya!@fc_colima 2️⃣-2️⃣ #InterPlaya#VamosInter 🗣#PasiónINTERminable 🇺🇦#InterPlayaEnLiguilla pic.twitter.com/nkFzc65KpS
— Club Inter Playa (@Inter_Playa) April 18, 2021
Gonzalez equalises at the death
Irapuato drew 1-1 against Reboceros de La Piedad in the only other quarter-final where goals were scored.
Alberto Garcia scored to give Irapuato the lead after 20 minutes but with five minutes remaining, Diego Gonzalez equalised to leave the tie evenly poised.
— Reboceros de La Piedad (@ReboLaPiedad) April 20, 2021
The other two ties, where Group 1 and 2 winners Alacranes de Durango and Cruz Azul Hidalgo faced Gavilanes de Matamoros and Cafetaleros de Chiapas II respectively, the scores finished 0-0.
The first second leg to be played is Inter Playa del Carmen against Colima on Friday evening (BST), while the other three ties will be played over the weekend