The Queretaro tied this Tuesday 1-1 with the Americawith a last minute penalty from Ángel Sepúlveda, which confirmed the crisis of the azulcremas of Argentine coach Santiago Solari in the Mexican Clausura.
In an eventful game, with an expulsion from each side and little football, the Paraguayan Bruno Valdez converted for the Águilas and Solari equalized for the Querétaro of the Argentine strategist Hernán Cristante.
América, in need of the three points, came out aggressively in his stadium, the Azteca, and in the 5th minute he took the lead. In a corner kick, the Chilean Diego Valdés put a ball to Bruno Valdez, who headed it 1-0.
The home team insisted on the attack, but in the 46th minute Alejandro Zendejas was sent off.
The Roosters did little with one more man on the court and in minute 58 they suffered, losing Argentine Juan Bautista Romagnoli by red card, which returned calm to America, which gave priority to defending the advantage.
In stoppage time, when it seemed that the victory of the locals was a matter of time, there was a foul in the area and Sepúlveda beat goalkeeper Guillermo Ochoa to make it 1-1.
Querétaro climbed to tenth place with one win, five draws, two losses and eight points, two more than the Eagles, with one win, three draws and four failures.
Monterrey draws against León and Necaxa, against Mazatlán
In other games, Monterrey drew goalless with Leon, after midfielder Luis Romo missed a penalty, and Necaxa pulled out a 0-0 home win against Mazatlan.
A couple of hours before, the Chilean Joaquín Montecinos scored the winning goal for the Xolos de Tijuana, 1-2 over Toluca. Montecinos and Marcel Ruiz converted for the Xolos and Toluca discounted with an own goal from Colombian Christian Rivera.
In another duel, Puebla drew 1-1 with Juárez FC and remained the leader. Alberto Herrera scored for Puebla and Fernando Arce did it for the visitors.
This Wednesday Pachuca will visit Atlas, Cruz Azul will visit Tigres UANL, Guadalajara will visit San Luis and Pumas UNAM will visit Santos Laguna.