Puebla were the worthy winners of the Copa MX on Tuesday, defeating Chivas Guadalajara 4-2 in a game that will be remembered for Mexico legend Cuauhtemoc Blanco bowing out of the game at 42 years old.
Here are three of the biggest talking points from the game:
Fitting farewell for a Mexican legend
It wasn't hoisting the Copa Libertadores or Liga MX with his beloved Club America, but "El Cuau" proudly lifted the Copa MX and capped off one of the best careers of any Mexican on a winning note.
At 42 years old, Mexico legend Cuauhtemoc Blanco drew the curtain down on his career by lifting a trophy, as Puebla defeated Chivas 4-2 in the Copa MX final on Tuesday.
Blanco came off the bench in the 70th minute to rapturous applause and the team was able to hold on to its two-goal lead, with Chivas' Aldo de Nigris putting a late penalty wide.
The forward almost set up a goal deep into injury time and could have scored himself when he was put clean through, but couldn't get the ball under control...
Mexico legend Cuauhtemoc Blanco, set to retire from the game on Tuesday night, is looking to go out on a high note as his Puebla team hosts Chivas de Guadalajara in the Copa MX final (8:50 p.m. ET, ESPN Deportes/WatchESPN).
There had been some doubts about whether the 42-year-old would be able to play, with the soon-to-be politician requiring permission from Mexico's electoral institute, but that came through on Monday.
Blanco announced on Feb. 11 that he would retire in order to run for mayor of...