The ‘gunners’ went ahead through Emilio Sánchez, Zaldívar equalized on the rebound of a missed penalty and Alanís made the final 2-1
The locals did not open the scoring until the expulsion of Fernando González
The Mazatlan FC won this Friday at home by 2-1 at Chivas from Guadalajarawho still do not win in the Apertura 2022 tournament of Mexican soccer who disputes his seventh day. Emilio Sánchez and Oswaldo Alanís scored for Mazatlán, who got their first win of the tournament and moved up to fifteenth place with six points. Ángel Zaldívar scored for Guadalajara, which fell to sixteenth place with five.
Chivas came out in a revolution in the first moments of the game and in minute 3 Cristian Calderón took a free kick that required the Uruguayan goalkeeper Nicolás Vikonis. In another free kick, in the 9th minute, Alexis Vega served the ball stopped on the right and crossed a cross that Luis Olivas sent just over the crossbar. After that, Guadalajara lowered its intensity and Mazatlán settled in the field at the hands of Colombian Nicolás Benedetti, who made a couple of shots on goal in the 31st minute and in the 37th that goalkeeper Miguel Jiménez rejected.
Guadalajara dominated the opening minutes of the second half, however Nicolás Vikonis prevented them from taking the lead by stopping shots from Carlos Cisneros and Zaldívar. Mazatlan took advantage of the expulsion of Fernando Gonzalez at 62 to open the scoring. Panamanian Edgar Yoel Bárcenas, in the 69th minute, assisted from the left wing to emilio sanchezwho with a header scored the 1-0.
Chivas reacted and in an individual play Pavel Pérez caused a penalty that Zaldivar he failed, but on the rebound of Vikonis’ save he compensated for his mistake to make it 1-1 in the 78th minute. And when it seemed that the equalizer would be signed, Mazatlán got the victory. On a free throw play, Oswaldo Alanis he hit the ball, which crashed into the barrier and became 2-1 in 87.
The seventh day of the Apertura began this Thursday with the triumph of the two-time champion Atlas by 3-1 over the Gallos Blancos del Querétaro. This Saturday, the Lion will visit the Rayados del Monterrey and the Cruz Azul to Santos Laguna. On Sunday, Toluca will host Tijuana, San Luis Necaxa, Pachuca Tigres UANL and América Juárez FC. Puebla-Pumas UNAM, which will take place on September 23, will be pending on the seventh day.