Guadalajara vs. Santos – Match Report – March 4, 2023

Victor Guzmán and Fernando Beltrán shined with goals in a key tussle.

Veljko Paunovic’s Chivas beat Santos 2-0 at Akron Stadium with scores from Victor Guzmán and Fernando Beltrón to keep Guadalajara in the top four qualifiers from Clausura 2023 for one more day.

El Rebano, through high pressure, won the first moments of the match against Santos, in which, in the 16′, Fernando Beltran’s long-range shot vibrated the bow of Carlos Acevedo.

A minute later, in a play that appeared to be from a corner kick, Roberto Alvarado from the right wing sent a cross into the visitors’ area, where Victor Guzmán appeared unmarked to open the scoring with a chipped header.

Chivas got their second of the night with another build-up from the right wing, in which Alan Moso sent a past cross that was finished by Victor Guzmán, who sent the ball onto the crossbar. Carlos Acevedo’s flight, which came back to block Ronaldo Cisneros’s goal, was a counter-attack.

Already in extra time, Fernando Beltran made it 2-0 on the scoreboard with a volley shot, a corner kick was deflected by Mathias Doria, which prevented Carlos Acevedo from reacting to prevent the arc falling. Second time.

Chivas extended Santos’ dominance into the penalty area, which opened with another approach to the visitors’ goal, with Fernando Gonzalez’s long-range shot saved by Carlos Acevedo.

Santos took 63 minutes to create a dangerous play on goal for Miguel Jimenez after Juan Brunetta’s ‘taquito’ was dismissed by Diego Medina, who sent a cross to Javier Correa, despite him not being there. A goalkeeper, whose shot flew, with Chivas calmly handling the process of the match in the final moments.

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