Since his arrival at Cruz Azul in 2009, goalkeeper Jose de Jesus Corona has won a lot of trophies: the MX Cup twice (2013 and 2018), the MX Supercup (2019), the Champions League (2014) and the GNP Cup (2020). In addition, he was awarded four times as the best goalkeeper in Mexico (2003, 2009, 2010 and 2012).
However, he revealed that he still has an outstanding debt to Cruz Azul: winning the Liga MX, which is his biggest dream. The last time Cruz Azul won a championship was in 1998, when the team was led by Luis Fernando Tena, who lately has coached the Club Deportivo Guadalajara.
That is why the 39-year-old Mexican goalkeeper said he wants to bring glory back to the club and wants to end his career as a soccer player by becoming champion of the Liga MX. If he wants to fulfill his dream, the Mexican team must improve their soccer level and scoring effectiveness.
Cruz Azul is in fourth position in the Mexican Liga MX, with 26 points and a record of eight victories, two draws and four losses. In addition, they have scored 20 goals and conceded 13. The Mexican team lost its last two games: it was defeated by Tigres and Toluca (both 2-0).