Raptors Defeats Mexicas In Inaugural LFA Match

By Gustavo García MartínezNaucalpan, Mex, Feb 7, (Notimex) .- In the opening game of the 2020 season of the Mexican Professional Football League (LFA), Raptors defeated Mexicans 13 to five in a marked match because each team he had four turnovers. Bruno Márquez, Raptors quarterback of the State of Mexico, threw two scoring passes and one interception; The touchdowns went to receivers Rodrigo Aquino and Diego Yáñez. The interception was from Jerónimo Arzate, Mexicas defender. Mexicas defender captured Márquez in the diagonals in the last period to establish the score 13 to five with a “safety”. Moments later, Raptors suffered a loose ball in yard one, but in the subsequent play Mexicas returned the favor with a “fumble.” The “Sangre Mexica” had one last chance to tie, but an offensive pass interference, a pitch Incomplete and a loose ball prevented it. With the victory, Raptors is placed momentarily in the first position of the Northern Division of the LFA. Quarter-scoring Raptors 0 7 6 0 – 13 Mexicos 3 0 0 2 – 5-End of note – NTX / GGM / MRG