Yesterday afternoon, Liga MX 2022 saw the Rayados vs San Luis duel, in which the Potosinos beat and then mocked Monterrey on social media.
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The achievement of Atletico San Luis was epic, as they managed to put La Pandilla in trouble, as they maintained their dominance on the scoreboard for almost the entire match until Monterrey managed to tie the game and take it to penalties.
However, in the penalty shootout, the Rayados failed and the score ended 1-3, with Atlético winning and making it to the Liguilla for the first time in its history, thus achieving a historic achievement for the Potosí team.
The Potosinos made fun of Monterrey on social networks as follows
After their victory over Rayados de Monterrey, Atlético San Luis' social networks made fun of La Pandilla with a tweet in which they showed Rayados' BBVA Bancomer Stadium in miniature size, next to Germán Berterame, who seems to be making fun of the club.
The image was accompanied by the text: "El Gigante Potosino", with which they mocked the failure of Víctor Manuel Vucetich's team, which caused the tweet to go viral and receive more than 1,600 likes.
"First they left them without water and now without Liguilla": the cruel comments that triggered the Atlético San Luis tweet
In addition, the tweet triggered more cruel mockery from San Luis fans, who unashamedly expressed: "first they left them without water and now without Liguilla". This cruel mockery stems from the water supply problems that Nuevo León is suffering.
During February, the government of Nuevo León asked the government of San Luis Potosí for help in an attempt to solve the water shortage, which the Potosino authorities refused.
Therefore, the cruel mockery made its appearance in the tweet in which Atlético San Luis also mocked the Rayados.
However, San Luis' victory also triggered positive celebrations, such as the one the club shared on its social networks in which a child can be seen crying with happiness for the team's qualification to the Liguilla.
In the video, the boy is seen crying and when his mother asks him why he is crying, the boy says that it is because his team made it to the Liguilla, which is undoubtedly a touching moment that reflects the passion of the people of San Luis Potosí for their club.
Now, the Rojiblancos can relax and concentrate on the Quarterfinals, where they will have to fight hard to put in a good performance and close their campaign on a high note.