These Liga MX Golazos Will Make Your Head Spin
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The air was thinner across Mexico this last weekend. Or at least that's what you'll think after watching the following absolutely amazing long-range goals.
A screamer is always exciting. There is something about watching the ball travel at full speed through the air and then piercing the net.
In Liga MX, this kind of goal is infrequent.
However, for some reason last weekend was full of them.
Watch them all here.
Brayan Beckeles (Necaxa vs. Club América)
Club América was leading the game as it visited Necaxa at Estadio Victoria on Saturday night.
However, five minutes before the end of regular time Los Rayos scored this remarkable equalizer.
Admittedly, there was some poor defending on behalf of Club América in this corner.
Nevertheless, the volley by the Honduras international Brayan Beckeles was worth the tie for Necaxa.
(Club Necaxa) pic.twitter.com/Bp1PSBEz6S
— Bantu Sports News (@BantuNews) 8 de abril de 2018
Keisuke Honda and Alejandro Chumacero (Puebla vs. Pachuca)
Puebla and Pachuca gifted fans with a true goal festival. Eight goals were scored in Pachuca's 6-2 away victory over La Franja.
And not only were there tons of goals in the match, there were some pretty good ones too.
Just look at this beauty by Keisuke Honda. Astonishing.
— Picón (@JorgeCPicon) 7 de abril de 2018
But then along came Puebla's Alejandro Chumacero, who struck an absolute screamer from long range and into the top corner.
[Vídeo] Golazo de Alejandro Chumacero en la caída 6-2 del Puebla frente el Pachuca pic.twitter.com/W6C7WWMrml— Juan Pasten (@juanpasten2010) 7 de abril de 2018
Raúl Ruidíaz (León vs. Morelia)
Peruvian international Raúl Ruidíaz had a remarkable performance against León.
Monarcas Morelia's forward is tied with Tigres' André-Pierre Gignac in second place of the Liga MX top scorer table. Each has scored eight goals in 14 matches.
Ruidíaz scored a hat trick. His second goal of the game was this absolutely wild strike from 25 yards out. Simply amazing.
— Raúl Ruidíaz M. (@RaulRuidiazM) 8 de abril de 2018
Ángel Reyna (Toluca vs. Tigres)
Ángel Reyna's career has been a roller coaster. Once considered to be one of Mexico's rising stars, the skilled player ruined his career as a consequence of his explosive character.
Furthermore, he failed to be consistent throughout the years.
However, this weekend he gave proof once more that he has what it takes to score incredible goals.
Ángel Pleititos Reyna's goal gave Toluca the victory and three points that got them to the very top of the Liga MX table.
— EraSandria (@era_sandria) 8 de abril de 2018
Which one is your favorite?