Pumas boss Antonio Mohamed prepares to face former club América
The Argentine head coach is preparing Pumas for their Clásico Capitalino clash with América.
On Saturday, Pumas face rivals América at the Azteca Stadium in the Clásico Capitalino. Pumas head coach Antonio Mohamed, joined América at the end of 2013, after the departure of Miguel Herrera, who at the time left to take charge of the Mexican national team.
For a year, the Argentine tactician was heavily criticized for his style of play and despite the negativity, he helped the club to a league title in the 2014 Apertura.
Mohamed’s record versus América
In 10 games against América, the South American has a record of five wins, three draws and two defeats. In five visits to the Azteca, the 53-year-old has collected three wins, two draws and suffered one defeat.
Pumas want to extend winning run against América
Pumas will be looking for their third win in a row against América. They beat Atletico San Luis (3-2) and Puebla (2-0) in their two most recent matches to move into sixth place in the standings with 15 points and are currently only three points behind América in second place.