Puebla vs Querétaro – Jornada 13 Recap and Highlights

Puebla twice took the lead and twice failed to hold it as Querétaro fought back for a 2-2 draw. The result keeps the Poblanos unbeaten in two but leaves them winless in seven, while the Gallos Blancos are unbeaten in two but winless in eight.

Both teams were looking to end their long winless streaks against another struggling team, and Querétaro began to create chances early. However, it didn’t take Puebla long to find chances of their own, although it wasn’t until the 34th minute that the hosts were able to take the lead.

In the 34th minute, Pablo González set up Christian Marrugo, whose right-footed finish made it 1-0 for Puebla.

The hosts took the lead into halftime, and they came close to adding to it just moments after the second half began. However, Lucas Cavallini hit the post to keep the lead at just one goal.

Then, in the 63rd minute, Querétaro tied it up through Camilo Sanvezzo, who headed home a cross from Erbin Trejo to make it 1-1.

In the 72nd minute, Alexis Pérez was called for a foul in the box on Jerónimo Amione, giving Puebla the chance to reclaim the lead from the penalty spot. Francisco Torres took the spot kick and he scored with a “Panenka” to make it 2-1 for the hosts.

However, deep in stoppage time, Querétaro found a response once more. In the 93rd minute, Camilo Sanvezzo scored his second of the night with a free kick from distance to tie the game at 2-2 and ensure the two teams would split the spoils.

With the 2-2 draw, Puebla reaches nine points while Querétaro reaches 11.

Highlights

Lineups

Puebla: Fabián Villaseñor, Luis Venegas, Brayan Angulo, Hugo Rodríguez, Alonso Zamora, Patricio Araujo, Francisco Acuña (Francisco Torres 71′), Christian Marrugo, Pablo González (José Daniel Guerrero 56′), Lucas Cavallini, Félix Micolta (Jerónimo Amione 62′).

Querétaro: Tiago Volpi, Alexis Pérez, George Corral, Jaime Gómez, Hiram Mier, Gerardo Lugo (Jordi Cortizo 75′), Javier Güémez, Erbin Trejo, Luis Noriega (Yerson Candelo 56′), Everaldo Stum (Édgar Benítez 63′), Camilo Sanvezzo.

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