Cruz Azul traveled to Canada with 4 absences to face La Forge

Losses to Rodríguez, Aguilar and Romero were a technical decision by Juan Reynoso, while Aldrete continues to recover from injury

This Monday Blue Cross He went to Canada to measure himself heart rate in the CONCACAF Champions League and he did it with four confirmed injuries to face the Canadians. Charlie Rodriguez, Paul Aguilar, Angel Romero Yes Adrian Aldrete they didn’t make the trip to the country of the maple leaf and are excluded for next Wednesday’s duel in the city of Hamilton.

The absences of Rodríguez, Aguilar and Romero were a technical decision of John Reynosowho preferred to leave these elements in Mexico to give them rest and focus on physical work with the intention that they will be at 100% next Sunday when the Celestes face the Toluca team at the Nemesio Diez stadium.

In the case of Adrián Aldrete, the player has a calf injury that prevented him from making the move, the left side of the machine remained at La Noria to continue his rehabilitation under the supervision of club doctors and could be back as soon as possible. as possible with the rest of his companions.

Notably Blue Cross worked in the morning at La Noria before making the trip to Canadian lands, led by John Reynoso After Saturday’s loss to Necaxa, they began training with a discussion to close ranks, then began with physical and football work under the orders of the cement workers’ technical staff.

Blue Cross will have one last practice in Canada before making his tournament debut on Wednesday night against Forge FC, without a doubt one of the most complicated challenges you will have Blue Cross at its premiere concacaf Freezing weather will be prevailing at the moment, with the latest reports the temperature in Hamilton is hovering between minus 8 and -11 degrees Celsius at the moment and no big swings are expected at the time of the February 16 game.

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