Puebla defeated Guadalajara’s Chivas 2-2 (6-5 on penalties). The “Camotro”, team, reached the quarterfinals in the Grita Mexico 2021 Championship. .
Mexico City (proces.com.mx). – Puebla beat Guadalajara’s Chivas by 2-2 (6-5 penalty) In the penalty shootout, “Camotro” team entered the final stage for the 2021 Grita Mexico Championship.
Both teams started aggressively, preventing Guadalajara from reaching its destination. After Guadalajara recovered, Alexis Vega said to Puebla defender George Co. Lar (“George Corral”) that he rejected the downtown area and threw a fresh serve to the area.
But Isaac “El Conejo”, Brizuela was there to receive it and shot enough to beat Anthony Silva Paraguayan goalkeeper. The 5th minute saw the first goal for Chivas.
After the goal, the intensity rose and led to several fouls from both teams. Until the 17th minute, Gilberto “El Tiba” Sepúlveda knocked down Maximiliano Araujo at the edge of the penalty area and called the referee Marco. Antonio Ortiz fouls. Point to the area for a penalty.
Puebla forward Cristian Tabó rushed to the center of the goal and defeated Guadalajara goalkeeper Raúl Gudiño. It was already 1-1 at the 19th minute.
Brizuela “Rabbit”, an association of decouplings, took control of the center already in the second-half. Guarda won the match with a goal from Alejandro Mayorga, who scored from the penalty box to defeat the Paraguayan goalkeeper. Lahala team.
The game was almost over when Chivas appeared to be judging it. In the 88th minute the corner kick center arrived, and the player whom the opponent had just replaced became the protagonist. Lucas used Maya to win the game after Antonio “Elpollo” Brisenio had lost points. It was equalized by Lucas in the final minutes after his header sent the ball into the net.
Although the “Camotro’ team was on the verge of turning the tide in overtime, fate had other plans. The final whistle was blown, signaling the end of regular-time and the start of a penalty shootout.
Gudinho stopped Daniel Lopez “El Fideo”, Silva stopped Carlos Cisneros in the first shot.
No one has failed since then, which led to a terrible “sudden death”. This began with Gudinho’s stay in Javier Salas. Silva saved Putrajaya when Chivas won. Ebra. Cesar “Chino” Huerta.
Gudinho, who was unable to touch the ball before it hits the back, was defeated by Lucas Maya, the regular hero.
Then, Anthony Silva managed to stop Alejandro Mayorga’s last charge, allowing Puebla to reach the quarter-finals, even though they will be at Atlas and Leon’s on Sunday. After the match, he met his opponent.