The Chivas del Guadalajara team ended up drawing a bittersweet draw in the final minutes against the Bravos de Juárez. In a match where the frontiersmen were the expert in candy, they stood up to Akron and made a match against those led by Víctor Manuel Vucetich. The goals fell at the feet of Ángel Zaldívar and José Godínez; while for Juárez Mathias Fernández discounted with a double.
Here we introduce you how was the performance of each of the Chivas footballers.
The goalkeeper guessed Fernández’s shot, however, the charge was powerful and ended up folding his hands. He could do little in the goals of the border team.
With the club’s losses, the 24-year-old returned to receive minutes in the first team. However, he had some inaccuracies, which the coach did not like and he no longer jumped for the complementary part.
With the movements of ‘King Midas’, Antonio Briseño continues as Chivas. He reached the covers on time and managed to remove the danger from his area. He left at 57 ‘to give entry to Sergio Flores. It was not the afternoon of the ‘Pollo’.
Putting the body to win spherical in hand-to-hand. It was one of the least worst of the afternoon in Guadalajara, as he fought in every action and carried out each of the coverages correctly.
It fell short on toppings. In fact, in the play of the goal against he could not reach the mark in time and, in the end, the infraction was marked within the area.
He had good heads up against José García. Despite his speed, he was sometimes outmatched by the Mexican defender. He was short in the marking of the second goal of Bravos, by not jumping in time for the ball. He left at 70 ‘for Miguel Ponce.
Stealing balls in the middle of the field. He went to the front to cause danger and shoot from medium distance. However, for tactical reasons and after going down on the scoreboard, he ended up going out at minute 57.
In one action, the double containment hit the ball from medium distance, crashing his shot off the crossbar. It was the little that he did and as the minutes went by he ended up getting lost. He came out of change at minute 70 ‘.
He was in charge of distributing the balls. He became one of the leaders alongside Jesús Molina due to his experience. He stole the ball and sent the pass for Zaldívar to put the goal to equalize 1-1. One of the most skilled in the afternoon.
He was about to shoot the first of the afternoon, however, his shot was covered and it rebounded for Zaldívar to open the scoring. He really had few opportunities at the front and it is expected that with the return of Alexis Vega he will end up going to the bench.
He was in charge of putting the tying goal after a good team triangulation. He came to push the ball after a rebound. Every time he had the opportunity, he took powerful shots from the outskirts of the area, although with less success.
Pavel Pérez (7): He entered at minute 1 ‘of the complementary part. He did not tire of going up and down. In one action, he made a luxury move, removing a rival from the sixth year.
Sergio Flores (4): Entered at 57 ‘by Antonio Briseño. Few were presented to him. He didn’t really weigh in in the match and he was outmatched in hand-to-hand matches.
Jesús Godínez (10): He entered to give Jesus Molina rest. Since he touched the ball he was confident, looking for plays and serving. He was seen stepping on most of the field to try to cause danger. The reward would come at minute 86, when he was alone in front of the goal and defined the tie.
Miguel Ponce (8): Entered by Alejandro Mayorga. He made sweeps in a correct and timely manner, without a doubt, a good change the one made by coach Vucetich,
Jesus Sánchez (5): He entered to give Alan Torres rest. He was seen little in the game.