World News – USA – Match Recap: Club Tijuana 0, Guadalajara 0


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Xolos and Chivas needed a win to pursue their ambitions at Liguilla, but the game ended in a 0-0 draw

Neither Tijuana coach Pablo Guede nor Chivas coach Víctor Manuel Vucetich are known to embrace attractive and attacking football, and the match between Xolos and Chivas did nothing to change that as the teams played a 0-0 draw at Estadio Caliente Jonathan Orozco got his third shutout of the season while Raúl Gudiño got his first

Chivas started the game in full control, retaining possession and moving at will José Juan Macías had a great opportunity in the second minute when he hit a curling shot, but Jonathan Orozco made a good save to prevent the ball from entering Chivas had another promising run in the seventh minute, but a center of centering missed its mark and gave Xolos a throw-in Tijuana got his first chance two minutes later when Fabián Castillo raced to the left and hit a brilliant back pass to Luis Leal, who made his first start with Tijuana Leal’s run was perfectly timed, but a Chivas defender managed to hit the shot to deflect it away from the net

Both sides looked pretty dangerous in fits and starts, although both were prone to self-inflicted injuries Tijuana often attempted passes that ended up going out of bounds while Chivas apparently shot just to shoot. Tijuana had a great chance in the 35th when Castillo made a great move to go through the defense and return the ball to Christian Rivera, but the shot was well recorded On the ensuing corner kick Edgar López hit the crossbar, and in the ensuing scrum Lainez hit him, but the referee ruled that goalkeeper Raúl Gudiño had been hit and refused. the goal

At the end of half time the coaches of both teams started pushing and jostling and yelling at each other They would eventually split up and head to their respective locker rooms

The second half started as a continuation of the first, minus the coaches yelling at each other Neither team presented the other much danger until the 53rd, when Tijuana was finally able to move on. a decent streak that ended with Leal on Gudiño and shooting, attempting to muzzle the goalkeeper Gudiño was able to sit on the shot as it passed between his legs, holding it to Leal’s amazement

Fabian Castillo had a good opportunity in the 68th when he managed to break the trap and put a header on a ball, but Gudiño had a pearl on it and was able to easily stop the opportunity Chivas has a good chance in 72nd place when on a set piece Hiram Mier came a few inches from Antonio Briseño’s header Instead of connecting with the ball, he connected with Jonathan Orozco and both players spent some time on the pitch in pain but were able to shake it and continue

Xolos had a good amount of possession in Chivas’ box in the 85th minute, but a shot never materialized Then in the 86th, Kevin Balanta had a long shot that Gudiño was forced to make a save But neither side managed to break through and score a winning goal, and the match ended in a 0-0 draw

Tijuana will take advantage of the international break to play a makeup match against Santos Laguna on Sunday October 11 in Torreón and then face Necaxa in Aguascalientes on Friday October 16 Chivas, meanwhile, will host Atlas at Clésico Tapatío on Saturday, October 17

Club Tijuana: Jonathan Orozco; Aldo Cruz, Víctor Guzmán, Jordan Silva, Vladimir Loroña; Mauro Lainez, Christian Rivera, Kevin Balanta, Edgar López (Bryan Angulo, 54 ‘); Fabián Castillo (Clifford Aboagye, 79 ‘), Luis Leal (David Barbona, 79’)

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Guadalajara: Raúl Gudiño; Cristian Calderón (Miguel Ponce, 87 ’), Antonio Briseño, Hiram Mier, Jesús Sánchez; Jesús Angulo (Fernando Beltran, 66 ‘), José Juan Vázquez, Isaac Brizuela, Uriel Antuna (Ángel Zaldívar, 85’); Alexis Vega (Oribe Peralta, 85 ‘), José Juan Macías (Dieter Villalpando, 66’)

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World news – United States – Match recap: Club Tijuana 0, Guadalajara 0


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