College students don’t know how to use the place
Mexico City- The Cougars suffered the absence of several starters and today drew 0-0 with Chivas in the game between the two most popular teams in the country, which did not match the expectations it generated.
Washington Koroso from Ecuador, who was playing for his country on FIFA dates, but joined the exchange in the second period, was the other absent.
College students cannot have Alfredo Talavera, the injured goalkeeper, as well as Angel Garcia, the defender, and Juan Dinano the forward from Argentina, who were fired the day before.
This is a poor harvest for the college team and it could miss the league for the second consecutive year.
Pumas is now 16th in the 18-team Apertura league, having scored 6 points.
Three weeks ago, bad moments have led to the departure of sports chairman Jesús Ramírez, which may make people doubt the continuity of Argentine coach Andrés Lillini.
The Cougars are one of Mexico’s most beloved teams and haven’t won a league championship since the 2011 Clausula Championship.
This is more important to Chivas. He has 10 points and ranks tenth in league playoffs.
Next Wednesday, Chivas will face Leon in the League Cup semi finals. This will give them the opportunity to meet their fans and wash their faces.
Guadalajara’s victory in the final game gave their coach Víctor Manuel Vucetich a sigh of relief. In the beginning, he had proposed to attack by means of a transition. Instead of attempting to cause damage, he decided to attack through a transition.
On this premise, with Chivas’s consent, Puma controlled the ball in the first half with the 29-year-old and 44-year-old Argentinian Fabio Alvarez’s two feet clearly receiving the ball. Raul Gudinho, goalkeeper, refused to allow the play.
In the first half Chivas did not play much, except for Jesus Angulo who shot wide at 39.
Guadalajara moved the line for their replacement team, but it was not too dangerous until the 75th, when Yuriel Antuna and Julio Gonzalez joined forces, who intervened as necessary.
In a counterattack, Chivas again struck. Carlos Cisneros, who was at 87 points, entered the penalty box and avoided Gonzalez. However, his attempt to avoid Gonzalez was biased towards the frame.