On Saturday night the Chivas team drew a bitter draw against Rayados de Monterrey, which left more questions than answers. After the win they received at home against the Panzas Verdes del León, it was expected that the rojiblancos would get the victory against La Pandilla, however, it was difficult for them to be able to show themselves.
The game was tough, with few opportunities and emotions in each of the goals. In fact, at minute 56 ‘Monterrey was at a numerical disadvantage when César Montes was sent off. The advantage of having an extra man was not taken advantage of by those led by the coach Victor Manuel Vucetich.
Once again, ‘King Midas’ made modifications from the start of the match, leaving men who were starters against La Fiera on the bench, as was the case of Fernando Beltrán, Uriel Antuna, Antonio Rodríguez, Gilberto Sepúlveda and Alejandro Mayorga; to give Miguel Ponce, Jesús Molina, Isaac Brizuela, Luis Olivas and Raúl Gudiño an opportunity, although little happened.
The only footballer from the chiverío that is saved is Jesus Angulo. The ‘Canelo’ was the most dangerous man in the Sacred Flock. He opened the spaces, went to the front, took men off of him and put goalkeeper Estebán Andrada to the test with various shots from outside the area; however, and when he was living his best moment in the game, in a strange way Vucetich took him off the field.
That was how the match at the Steel Giant ended with a disagreeable draw for Chivas, although that point was pure oxygen for Victor Manuel Vucetich, who will continue in the position and will now seek their second victory of the tournament, when next Saturday they host Rayos del Necaxa at home.