This game was marked by controversy because Fernando Guerrero, the referee, did not receive a clear penalty for North, despite having reviewed it in VAR.
Mexico City (proces.com.mx). – Cruz Azul was defeated by Rogelio Funes Monterrey in the Mexico Football Playoffs’ last match. The group will now face Atlas in the Liga MX quarterfinals.
The final match of 2021 Apertura resurrection saw Monterreyados defeat Cruz Azul in Santa Ursula. This secured their place in the big football party. It is marked by controversial arbitration. Although Fernando Guerrero, the referee, reviewed the match in VAR and did not give the North team a penalty, it did not affect their classification.
Rayados was the first to appear on the scoreboard at the 10th minute. This information was provided by the national team Rogelio FUNES Mori, who started from 11 steps. This was after Julio Cesar “Cata” Domínguez, a hand in the cement area. The player proved that he was not in his place. He made another branding error in the 27th minutes that directly affected scoreboards. Maximiliano Mesa scored with an impressive 2-0 score from the man of the north.
Peruvian Eusemar Urtun scored a goal in 32 minutes to bring Tenjin close to the score. However, Monterrey and Senfunez signed the goal in the 59th minute. An audience penalty was given. Vincent Janssen tied the score at 4 in the 85th minutes.
Javier Aguirre’s group reached the quarter-finals in the 2021 Apetura Championship. Monterrey remains ranked seventh in this classification table. This means that Monterrey will face Atlas black and red.