Mexico City /
At the table and at the bets Blue Cross was favorite to beat Queretaro in La Corregidora. However, the mind of Alex Diego he focused on how to neutralize one of the title candidates and he succeeded. With 26 minutes to go, Gallos opened the scoring and made sure to safeguard that goal until translating it into the first win of a project that has few positive reviews.
The Machine lost an unbeaten 18 games (between Liga, Concachampions and GNP Cup) due to the low individual level shown by some players who ended up leaving the field, although their respective changes were of little use, as time was the worst enemy of Robert Dante Siboldi, who He had not lost since Matchday 2 of the 2020 Clausura.
Men like Elías Hernández and Luis Romo looked aimless. The tense atmosphere was later infected with the little action of Santiago Gimenez and a missing person Jonathan Rodriguez. And also backwards, where a novelty sin of Josué Reyes ended up giving the annotation to Kevin Ramirez after a dazzling little heel of Angel Sepúlveda.
In the second half, Siboldi’s risk was seen with the departure of Adrian Aldrete and leave the defense with three before the entrance of Misael Domínguez, while Santi left his place to Milton Caraglio. However, the move that gave the Machine some play was the one that Yoshimar Yotún, who regained control a bit, but it was not enough.
On the part of the cement bank there was no surrender message, since the last change was the departure of Baca for Jonathan Borja in search of that tie. In the meantime, Alex Diego he asked for measure, tranquility in his players who saw salvation thanks to a great action of Sebastian Sosa on the line before Escobar’s shot. Without further ado, the game ended with the three points for the locals in a surprising way.