With a goal in compensation time, the ‘Rayos’ of Necaxa defeated the ‘Cañoneros’ of Mazatlán 2-1 this Friday in a match of the sixteenth day of the Apertura-2021 tournament of Mexican football played at the Victoria stadium.
At minute 38, the ‘Rayos’ attacked through the center, and Alejandro Zendejas scored the 1-0 with a sweep to the edge of the small area to pass from Alan Medina.
The ‘Cañoneros’ evened the score at 1-1 with a penalty charged at 71 by Brazilian Camilo Sanvezzo, who placed the ball close to the left post.
The 90 + 4 was played when Necaxa got the 2-1 with a penalty charged by the Argentine Maximiliano Salas to the lower right corner.
With this result, the ‘Rayos’ reached 20 points and overtook Mazatlán; both teams are looking to get into the play-off zone.
Later, at the Benito Juárez Olympic Stadium, Puebla beat the ‘Braves’ 2-0.
Uruguayan Christian Tabó scored 1-0 for the Puebla team in minute 67 with a touch inside the area. Guillermo Martínez sentenced it 2-0 with a header at 70.
With this result, Puebla reached 21 points and Juárez was left with 16 points.
The day got underway on Thursday at the Jalisco stadium where the Tijuana squad ‘Xoloitzcuintles’ surprisingly beat the Atlas ‘Zorros’ 2-0, second in the standings, who have not yet secured their place in the league. (AFP)
–Results of the day
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