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Main article: Primera División de México Apertura 2009 Liguilla Primera División de México Apertura 2009 Liguilla Final Event Apertura 2009 Liguilla Monterrey Cruz Azul 6 4 On aggregate First leg Monterrey Cruz Azul 4 3 Date December 10, 2009 21:00 (UTC-6) Venue Estadio Tecnológico, Monterrey, Nuevo León Referee Jorge Gasso (Mexico) [1] Weather Rainy Second leg Cruz Azul Monterrey 1 2 Date December 13, 2009 18:00 (UTC-6) Venue Estadio Azul, Benito Juárez, Mexico City Referee Marco Antonio Rodríguez (Mexico) [2] ← Clausura 2009 Bicentenario 2010 → The Apertura 2009 Liguilla Final is a two-legged football match-up to determine the Apertura 2009 champion. After 17 matches on regular season, and 2 two-legged rounds of Liguilla, Cruz Azul and Monterrey have reached the final. Contents 1 Final rules 2 Final summary 2.1 First leg 2.2 Second leg 3 References Final rules Like other match-ups in the knockout round, the teams will play two games, one at each team's home stadium. As the highest seeded team determined at the beginning of the Liguilla, Cruz Azul was to have home-field advantage for the second leg. However, the tiebreaking criteria used in previous rounds will not be the same in the final. If the teams remained tied after 90 minutes of play during the 2nd leg, extra time will be used, followed by a penalty shootout if necessary. Final summary First leg December 10, 2009 21:00 Monterrey 4–3 Cruz Azul Estadio Tecnológico Monterrey, Nuevo León Referee: Jorge Eduardo Gasso (Mexico)[1] Villa  3' (o.g.) Suazo  47', 88' Santana  70' (Report) Riveros  6', 17' Villa  34' Monterrey Cruz Azul Monterrey GK 1 Jonathan Orozco RB 23 Felipe Baloy 33' 46' CB 5 Duilio Davino CB 15 José María Basanta LB 22 William Paredes DM 4 Diego Martínez 46' DM 8 Luis Ernesto Pérez (c) RW 28 Jesús Arellano 60' LW 20 Walter Ayoví RF 11 Aldo de Nigris LF 26 Humberto Suazo Substitutes GK 25 Omar Ortíz DF 2 Severo Meza 46' DF 21 Diego Ordaz MF 6 Gerardo Galindo MF 10 Osvaldo Martínez 60' FW 9 Sergio Santana 46' 87' FW 13 Abraham Carreño Manager Víctor Manuel Vucetich Cruz Azul GK 1 José de Jesús Corona RB 16 Rogelio Chávez 76' CB 4 Julio César Domínguez CB 13 Melvin Brown LB 2 Fausto Pinto DM 6 Gerardo Torrado (c) DM 7 Cristian Riveros RW 21 Jaime Lozano LW 18 César Villaluz 65' SS 11 Mario Ortiz 60' CF 30 Emanuel Villa Substitutes GK 25 Yosgart Gutiérrez DF 20 Alejandro Castro 65' 78' MF 22 Adrián Cortés MF 23 Edgar Gerardo Lugo 76' MF 28 Héctor Gutiérrez FW 9 Pablo Zeballos FW 27 Javier Orozco 60' Manager Enrique Meza Assistant referees Héctor Manuel Delgadillo Marcos Quintero Huitrón Fourth official Mauricio Rafael Morales Ovalle[1] Second leg December 13, 2009 18:00 Cruz Azul 1–2 Monterrey Estadio Azul Benito Juárez, Mexico City Referee: Marco Antonio Rodríguez (Mexico) [2] Castro  77' (Report) de Nigris  54' Suazo  90' "> Cruz Azul Monterrey Cruz Azul GK 1 José de Jesús Corona RB 16 Rogelio Chávez CB 4 Julio César Domínguez 58' CB 13 Melvin Brown LB 2 Fausto Pinto DM 6 Gerardo Torrado (c) DM 7 Cristian Riveros RW 21 Jaime Lozano LW 18 César Villaluz 33' 65' SS 11 Mario Ortiz 56' CF 30 Emanuel Villa Substitutes GK 25 Yosgart Gutiérrez DF 20 Alejandro Castro 65' MF 5 Gabino Velasco MF 14 Emilio Hernández 58' MF 23 Edgar Gerardo Lugo FW 9 Pablo Zeballos FW 27 Javier Orozco 56' Manager Enrique Meza Monterrey GK 1 Jonathan Orozco RB 2 Severo Meza 57' CB 5 Duilio Davino CB 15 José María Basanta LB 22 William Paredes DM 6 Gerardo Galindo 83' DM 8 Luis Ernesto Pérez (c) RW 9 Sergio Santana 59' LW 20 Walter Ayoví RF 11 Aldo de Nigris 54' 87' LF 26 Humberto Suazo 90' Substitutes GK 25 Omar Ortíz DF 4 Diego Martínez DF 23 Felipe Baloy 83' MF 10 Osvaldo Martínez 59' MF 28 Jesús Arellano FW 13 Abraham Carreño FW 17 Jesús Zavala 87' Manager Víctor Manuel Vucetich Assistant referees José Luis Camargo Callado Alberto Morín Méndez Fourth official José Alfredo Peñaloza Soto[2] References ^ a b c Femexfut.com (2008-12-08). "Jorge Gasso, Designado a la Final de Ida" (in Spanish). Press release. http://www.femexfut.org.mx/portalv2/aspx/WEB_DetalleNoticia.aspx?pnIDNtca=23514. Retrieved 2009-12-09.  ^ a b c Femexfut.com (2008-12-11). "Marco Antonio Rodríguez, Árbitro Para la Final de Vuelta" (in Spanish). Press release. http://www.femexfut.org.mx/portalv2/aspx/WEB_DetalleNoticia.aspx?pnIDNtca=23543. Retrieved 2009-12-11.