This Tuesday was a sad day for Mexican soccer, which had to fire two of its former figures when the death of Luis Alves and
The news was confirmed by the Mexican Soccer Federation, who sent their condolences through social networks.
In his time as a player, Gustavo Pena defended the colors of the Gold of Guadalajara, Cruz Azul, Monterrey, and Laguna. Rayados also fired the legendary central defender, who wore his colors and later served as his technical director.
✝| Lamentamos profundamente el fallecimiento del Sr. Gustavo "Halcón" Peña, defensa central y director técnico de nuestro Club en los años 70, y jugador histórico del futbol mexicano. pic.twitter.com/WIgAazqerr
— Rayados (@Rayados) January 19, 2021
With El Tri, he highlighted the goal he scored against Belgium in the 1970 World Cup; We were also represented in the 1966 World Cup in England.