Ascenso MX (the second tier of Mexican football) clubs Correcaminos UAT and Dorados met in the Copa MX final on Wednesday and the match was an exciting one. Correcaminos led 2-1 at the start of injury time, but Dorados had a corner kick and one more chance at scoring. They brought goalkeeper Alfredo Frausto up for an extra bit of man power and when Correcaminos failed to clear the ball, Frausto got off a quick shot and scored the late equalizer.
The match eventually went to penalties and Dorados won 5-4, but even with all of that excitement, the best part of the match might have been the jacket worn by Correcaminos manager Jose Luis Sanchez Sola (aka "Chelis"). Chelis promised a surprise for the fans and delivered by wearing a traditional fringed jacket from the club's home region of Tamaulipas.
The ornate black and gold design instantly made anything managerial fashion icon Pep Guardiola has ever worn look inferior. Though his side lost the match, this needs to start a global trend.
Here's video of the Frausto goal at the end of regular time...
Goal video via 101gg
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