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André-Pierre Gignac will not travel with Tigres for friendly against Dallas-FC

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Finally, the Incomparable fans in Texas will be left wanting to see André Pierre Gignac, as the historic feline goalscorer did not travel for this Saturday’s friendly against Dallas F.C. from MLS.

Until Thursday it was hoped that the Bombo could still get on the plane since in the United States it is not mandatory to present the vaccination schedule of Covid-19.

However, the decision was made not to expose it and it was not included in the travel List, in which Javier Aquino was not taken into account either. Remembering that the Frenchman does not have his vaccination schedule before the Covid-19 complete.

Who did travel was the Uruguayan Nicolás López to see if he can see the Texan team a few minutes beforehand, after he already has seven games in the tournament that he does not see action for a left knee injury.

Miguel Herrera made intersquads again and prepare following lineup: Nahuel Guzman; Luis chaka Rodríguez, Igor Lichnovsky, Samir Caetano and Jesús Garza; Guido Pizarro, David Ayala, Juan Pablo Vigón; Sebastián Córdova, Raymundo Fulgencio and Jordy Caicedo.

The game against Dallas FC will be at 5:00 p.m. at the Texan team house in Frisco, Texas.



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