Juarez- The brave Necaxa woke up early on a foul that Luis Garcia used well to enter the area to shoot Hugo Gonzalez and hand FC Juarez their fourth defeat at Apertura 2021 yesterday under coach Ricardo Toca Ferretti.
Team Juarense still doesn’t know what a win is after six dates in the current Liga MX Championship and are placed in the penultimate position of the overall table by two points, just above Tijuana’s Xolos.
In the 84th minute, Rios del Necaxa hit a free kick on the left wing. The Braavos defense was not in place yet when the home team moved the ball, which reached the boots of Luis Arcadio Garcia who led him into a large area and with his right finger he beat goalkeeper Hugo Gonzalez.
In the last minutes, the eleventh Juarez sought to equalize, but with greater enthusiasm than the system and the clearest opportunity they brought in collecting a foul on the outskirts of the area. Maxi Oliveira hit the ball straight into the goal and forced goalkeeper Luis Malagón to use himself fully and deflect the ball from above to a corner kick.
The game in general had few goals in both goals.
In the first half, Necaxa created a little more danger with two shots that goalkeeper Gonzalez saved. Bravos looked a bit more organized than in previous games, but with a few more ideas to generate an attack hazard.
The highlight of Toca’s bravery was every time his players missed a pass or missed. Carlos Rosell in the last minutes of the first half was falling from the left wing, reached the outskirts of the large area, encouraged himself to shoot, but sent the ball over the door of Malagón.
The Frontiers used the ball a lot from their defensive zone, but each time they split the ball they ended up losing it.
In the 78th minute, the Guarins reached the enemy area in a rather orderly manner, the ball reached the foot of Paul Aguilar, who made his debut with Braavos, but the former American player shot wide.
Next Sunday, FC Juarez visits Santos de Torreon for a match in the seventh round, then there will be a week off by FIFA and they will return to “Benito Juárez” on Friday 10 September to face Cruz Azul, the current Mexican football champion.
Necaxa: Luis Malagón, Fabricio Formiliano, Jesus Escopoza, Julio Gonzalez, Fernando Meza (Luis Garcia), Brian Garcia, Alejandro Zendegas, Fernando Gonzalez, Mauro Quiroga (Alan Medina), Angel Sepulvedo (Alan Medina).
The Braves: Hugo Gonzalez, Maximiliano Oliveira, Paul Aguilar, Victor Velasquez, Alberto Acosta, Martin Galvan (Plas Armoa), Flavio Santos, Carlos Russell (Francisco Contreras), Matias Garcia, Jefferon Entreago, Fabian Castillo.
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