Necaxa 2-2 Monterrey: Goals Round 1 Clausura 2020, Crónica VIDEO

Editorial Half Time

Victoria Stadium, Aguascalientes / 05.02.2020 22:59:38

In a duel where Rayados and Necaxa sought the rival goal, Monterrey was nowhere to achieve its first triumph of the Clausura 2020, but a last-minute goal snatched from the Gang that flavor of victory to keep a bitter draw 2- 2, in the pending duel of Day 1 in Aguascalientes.


The Gang has since the first leg of the 2019 Opening Final that does not win in the League, added five games in a row without knowing the victory, today they only have two points in their pocket; while hydrochlorides reached eight units and remain undefeated in the current campaign.

A goalkeeper Fernando Arce wanting to clear the danger of his goal 84 minutes into the wall against the wall, when Jesus Gallardo focused and the Necaxa player was swept sending the ball to his own goal for 2-1 that seemed definitive.

However, the home team did not give up and looked for the equalizer, it was at 93 ’that they got it, after the ball was loose inside the small area, Rodrigo Noya finished off to seal the tie in that time of compensation.

Monterrey twice failed to maintain the advantage, since it was the whole of Cerro de la Silla who opened the scoring to 14 ‘of action, when Vincent Janssen yielded to Carlos Rodríguez and this one of first intention passed to Rogelio Funes Mori, who within the area cut the goalkeeper and sent a perfect service for Miguel Layún, who came from behind to finish off powerful 1-0.

The joy of having the advantage did not last so long for Rayados, because before leaving at halftime, Maxi Meza committed a maximum penalty on Mauro Quiroga; Juan Delgado charged impeccably to equal 1-1.

During the complementary part there were some circumstances such as a hand requested by Antonio Mohamed within the area, but that was not marked; however, Rayados cannot be justified by losing the advantage twice.

For this weekend, on Day 5, Rayados will visit León on February 8 and the next day, Necaxa will do it with Juárez.