Chivas Vs Mazatlán match summary (1-0). Goal and half time

Chivas made his cup debut for Mexico and saw the goal and victoryLuis Fernando Puente changed the face of the team thanks to his entry in a 1-0 win over Mazatlán FC at the Jalisco Stadium.

It was a fourth preseason win for a team led by Veljko Paunovic, who struggled to beat the Gunneros, a night of ups and downs and a poor entry in Jalisco with just 5,000 spectators.

Their fifth friendship Guadalajara tried, but the team looks shortSince neither Alexis Vega nor Roberto Alvarado are available.

Guadalajara looked better in the second half when homegrown players Zahid Muñoz and Luis Fernando Puente were on the field and he scored in the last minute of the game.

There were sparks for Chivas and they didn’t start all that early because in the 17th minute, Fernando Beltran wanted to spice up the match and tried with a powerful right-footed shot after settling the ball with a small cap. The ball went past Daniel Gutierrez’s goal.

The men from Perla del Pacifico tried to respond, David Coleman hit the ball on a 21′ run that was denied by the Chivas defense.

Chivas followed and in the 28′, Alan Moso recovered the ball and put it into the area, where Carlos Cisneros headed it aside, and in the 39′, Cristian Calderon took a free kick that went over.

The Gunneros went close before the break in the 41st minute when Brian Rubio put in a harmless sock.

Was it by hand?

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There were changes at half time and the filly was excellent. In the 51′, Brian Colula was sent off early in the game after a header from one side to the other.

Angel Saldivar scored a great goal with a small hat in the 56′, with which he tried to surprise Nicolas Viconis, but the Uruguayan, recently admitted, deflected him with a corner kick.

Mazatlán searched and in the 58′, Édgar Yoel Barcenas shot with power and placement which, thanks to a Rojiblanco deflection, went wide.

In the 63′, Isaac Prizuela started on the right side, a great game of football from Chivas, leaving the ball to Luis Fernando Puente, who made a screen. Zahid Muñoz finished as a heel; To the misfortune of Rojiblanco teammate, Viconis kicked the ball off the line..

Already in the final half, Eduardo Torres scored for Chivas with a fine header past Viconis’ goal; It was a good shot that actually went inches off target.

It was in the 91′ when Chivas found victory when Puente deflected a shot from outside Isaac Brizuela’s area and the ball hit Viconis’ goal. At first the score was disallowed by the referee, but seconds later he deemed it good.

Chivas didn’t like it, but they won and that’s all that matters.

Wilmot Chandler

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