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Rogelio Funes Funes Mori scored a double in Rayados’ match against Pachuca and became the club’s top scorer, reaching an incredible 123 goals, surpassing the 121 mark recorded by Humberto ‘Chupete’ Suazo.
Rogelio Funes Mori has finally become the top scorer in the history of Club de Fútbol Monterrey.
Deserved distinction for one of the best strikers who have reached Mexican football in this century.
– Paco Villa (@Paco_Villa_) August 15, 2021
The Rayados striker had already equaled the mark in the game against Atlético San Luis and his scoring distribution with the Rayados has been as follows: 100 goals in Liga MX, 19 goals in Copa MX, 2 goals in the Concacaf Champions League and 2 annotations in the Club World Cup.
Rogelio Funes Mori with Rayados:
▪ 123 goals.
▪ 247 games.
▪ Champion of Liga MX.
▪ Two-time Copa MX champion.
▪ Champion of Concachampions.
▪ Top scorer in history (beat El Chupete).
▪ He scored in all the tournaments he played with Monterrey.
– Undefeated (@InvictosSomos) August 15, 2021
Funes Mori arrived in Rayados in 2015 to replace Suazo, who at that time had the mark of scorer and in 2017 he won his first title by becoming the champion of the MX Cup, while the MX League arrived in 2019 as well as the conquest of the Concacaf Champions League.