GUADALAJARA – Chivas rescued a point at home against Santos, after equaling 1 to 1 with Jesús Angulo’s goal in the complementary part of the match.
In the first minutes of the match Alexis Vega in a great individual play eluded the mark of three rivals and took a cross shot that hit the post, the rebound was a way for Ángel Zaldíva, who finished with a header and goalkeeper Carlos Acevedo rejected the shot to avoid the first goal of the afternoon.
When Guadalajara was experiencing its best moment, in a defensive zone exit Hiram Mier lost the ball and later stumbled, so Jesús Ocejo took advantage of the error and went to the rival frame to open the scoring for Santos.
After the visitor’s goal, the Guadalajara fans turned to boos against Hiram Mier and Antonio Rodríguez, so at the end of the first half they went to the locker room amid whistles and reproaches.
Santos opened the scoring after an error by Mier. Imago7
In the complementary part, Víctor Manuel Vucetich sent Cristian Calderón and José Juan Macías to the field of play.
Around the 53rd minute, Santos Laguna defender Ronaldo Prieto ended his participation in the match, after he ended up knocked out on the pitch after a hard hit to the face by a cross from Uriel Antuna. The defender left the field in the assistance cart and left the property by ambulance.
In a long hands-off down the right side, Santos’ rear rejected the ball and reached the edge of the area, Jesús Angulo volleyed the ball to beat Carlos Acevedo and place the 1 to 1 on the scoreboard.
Guadalajara added its fourth consecutive game without victory, in addition to registering its seventh draw in the current championship to reach the fourteenth place with 14 units, complicating its classification to the final phase.
In their next match, Chivas will face Cruz Azul on the Azteca Stadium field. For his part. Santos will visit La Corregidora Stadium when he faces Querétaro.
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