This Saturday Chivas consummated a new failure by being eliminated in the repechage by Puebla in the Cuauhtémoc Stadium, unable to reach the League of the Grita Mexico 2021 Tournament of the MX League.
Guadalajara took the lead twice on the scoreboard, however, La Franja never lowered their arms, drawing 2-2 in the last minute, forcing the penalty shootout where they won 6-5.
Here are the qualifications for each ward of Marcelo Michel Leaño:
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Raúl Gudiño (7.5)
The goalkeeper cannot be blamed too much, because at least he managed to stop the charges of Daniel Alvarez and Javier Salas and he managed to guess the charges for the rest, without being able to arrive on time.
And even when the Uruguayan Christian Tabó He applied the same dose twice in the penalty area of the first half and during the round, Gudiño had other interventions that gave life to the team. He fumbled with a center that was going towards the goal, saved a shot from Salas and avoided being caught in a corner charge.
Gilberto Sepúlveda (4)
He was one of the great villains of the night because when the Flock went to the front on the scoreboard and nothing happened, he wanted to look imposing when he swept over the Uruguayan Maximiliano Araujo, committing a penalty at minute 17 that caused the tie, in addition to being booked.
In the rest of the match he was good, anticipating correctly, but in the end his failure played against.
Luis Olivas (7.5)
Speaking defensively, the Guadalajara He was up to the task except for those last few minutes that brought everything down.
The canterano anticipated several times, prevailed in hand-to-hand duels, rejected several approaches and even covered shots, without forgetting that he took his respective turn to the penalty spot.
Alejandro Mayorga (7)
It’s sad to go from hero to villain. The Duranguense was one of the best that was in the field of play, because he continuously stepped on the rival area to send centers or overflow, he was even the author of the 1-2 when closing a great center of head Brizuela.
The Alacrán was the starting point, he got on well with Vega and he prevailed in his band constantly, extinguishing the Puebla attack on that side, however, when he missed his penalty, the elimination of Guadalajara came.
Carlos Cisneros (6)
Once again, El Charal was launched as a right-back, doing a good job because he also continuously launched himself forward, recovering balls along the way and emerging victorious in hand-to-hand matches.
He saw the yellow at 37 ‘for stopping the Uruguayan Araujo when he ran away. In the complement it lowered its level a lot and to top it off, its collection also failed.
Alan Torres (7)
In the match he was always free to receive the passes, he went down to recover a dangerous ball in a counterattack and had correct crosses.
At the time of collecting the penalty, he did not shrink and he did it in a great way.
Jesus Molina (6.5)
His pressure from the midfield helped in large part so that Chivas could go to the front without problems, intervening rival passes and also supported the attack with two headers.
After bending his ankle, he left at 74 ‘.
Isaác Brizuela (7)
Very early in the match he put the team up with a shot on the edge of the area that beat the Paraguayan Antony silva. Likewise, he always sought to face and outwit to center or test the shot. However, he also lost several balls that became dangerous counterattacks. At 48 ‘he was cautioned, but later the goalkeeper covered a header and put the center of goal that he connected Mayorga.
He left at 75 ‘.
Ricardo Angulo (4)
He was never in the game, even though he should be the benchmark to move the midfield. He lost a lot of balls, his crosses were inaccurate and his few shots were not either.
He went to 75 ‘.
Alexis Vega (6.5)
He recovered from his injury and tried to make a difference through filtered passes, crosses and feints inside the area, apart from getting along well with Mayorga.
He was also reprimanded, since he faced Tabó at 64 ‘. He said goodbye to 85 ‘.
Angel Zaldívar (5)
As happened with the ‘9’ throughout the tournament. He did not have facility to be in contact with the ball, receiving few centers or passes.
However, he always fought in the area with the Puebla towers and came down to try to support the recovery. He was relieved at 85 ‘.
Uriel Antuna (5)
He entered 75 ‘, without appearing in all the time he was there. It is applauded that he received his penalty well.
Fernando Beltran (4)
He also entered 75 ‘. Same situation as Antuna, little contact with the ball, without being able to take control of the midfield.
Cesar Huerta (5)
Another of the villains of history. El Chino relieved at 75 ‘, adding pressure to the Puebla exit, recovering and defending hard.
However, in his hands was the pass to the League, but he missed his maximum penalty.
Antonio Briseño (5)
He was chosen at 85 ‘with the aim of defending and winning bypass, however, he failed in his work when he lost in the air game with the Brazilian Lucas maia with two minutes to go.
He took his turn on penalties in a great way.
Cristian Calderon (5)
I floor the field at 85 ‘. In the same head butt that he lost Briseño he could not get in the way either, although he also hit his maximum penalty.
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