A controversial penalty is against cutting the right Sivas It contains Will open in 2023It ended in a 1-1 draw FC JuarezIn a fight related to matchday 4.
Holy flock Veljko BaunovicPresented in Benito Juarez Olympic StadiumTries to add his fourth straight win and record his second best start since 2010 Fernando Hernandez And VAR, they decided to score the most demanding penalty.
Hernandez returned to action after serving a 12-game suspension for hitting a player, the first of which involved Sivas With a penalty kick in the final half of the match, it created a tie.
Yes right Sivas He’s the leader and undefeated, 10 points from 12 controversial, on a night when he had many chances to score, he was right to let go.
The night was very even and Chivas were slow to strike and did so on 20 minutes VegaHe started the play by filtering up to Robert AlvaradoBane shot, cut him down Alfredo TalaveraBut he was out again, which Guadalajara’s ’10’ did not forgive, making it 1-0.
FC Juarez He tried to respond, and in the 31st minute, Amuri Escoto had a cross from the right side that ended up in the hands of goalkeeper Miguel Jimenez.
In the second half, the Border team tried 52′, Sebastian SaucedoA free kick he headed onto the crossbar beat Wacho Jimenez to divert the danger.
Chivas got it back in the 55′ when Vega took a free kick, which he headed in. Gilberto Sepulveda, in the end neither Fernando González nor Alejandro Mallorca could divert a goal. Saucedo tries again and in the 59′ he makes a shot without an angle that goes past the side.
Sivas did not endure
Chivas seemed to be having a quiet night until the 82′. Gilberto Ororzco ChiqueteHe made a mistake in the box that day Aviles Hurtado, Hernandez marked the penalty. It was a sweep that looked perfectly clean, but not so much for the refereeing system.
The ball was picked up by Aviles and in the 83′, he scored from 11 steps to make it 1-1 unbeaten. BravosAs seven minutes were added without a message on the scoreboard.
For Matchday 5, Chivas open it at home and get it The Xolos of Tijuana at Akron Stadium.