En la jornada 14 del torneo apertura Xelaju perdió contra sacachispas que sólo llevaba 1 victoria en todo el campeonato, aquí te traemos el resumen y análisis ...
Resumen del partido entre Sacachispas vs Xelajú por la Jornada 14 de la Liga Nacional de Guatemala en el Torneo Apertura 2020. El equipo mutero logró su ...
¡Minuto de silencio por Diego Maradona e inicia el partido! Este es el once que presenta el #XelajúMC . Sacachispas 0⃣-0⃣ Xelajú MC 🏟 Las Victorias. ⌚ 4´. #SacachispasXela100
¡ Inicia el juego ! Sacachispas vs Xelajú #CiudadDeportiva #CDLNFG
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