Chivas de Guadalajara took a late lead, only for Querétaro to score a stoppage-time equalizer as this one finished 1-1. The result keeps El Rebaño unbeaten in two while the Gallos Blancos remain winless in the same span.
The game started off at a good pace, with Chivas going on the attack from the opening whistle. In the first minute, the hosts won a corner and Alan Cervantes headed it towards goal, only for Tiago Volpi to make the save.
Chivas continued to have the better of the run of play, and before the 10-minute mark, Volpi also made stops against Isaác Brizuela, who tried his luck with a shot from outside the box, and Ángel Zaldívar, who had a dangeorus header.
Guadalajara continued to pour the pressure on, with Zaldívar and Miguel Basulto having more chances, but Querétaro’s defense stood firm as Hiram Mier and Javier Güemez made timely interventions.
Despite all the chances, however, the game remained 0-0 at halftime. In the second half, it was more of the same as Chivas attacked with intent but without result. Then, in the 82nd minute, the hosts won a penalty kick as Alan Pulido was fouled in the box.
Pulido, who had recently come on as a sub, took the PK himself and he converted it to make it 1-0 for Chivas.
Despite fighting so hard for it, Guadalajara was unable to hold the lead. In stoppage time, Querétaro got a penalty of their own as George Corral was fouled; Camilo Sanvezzo stepped up and the Brazilian converted it to make it 1-1 at the death.
With the 1-1 draw, Chivas reaches 14 points while Querétaro reaches 15.
Chivas: Raúl Gudiño, Josécarlos van Rankin, Jair Pereira, Hedgardo Marín, Edwin Hernández (Alan Pulido 75′), Juan Miguel Basulto, Isaác Brizuela, Walter Gael Sandoval (Javier López 71′), Alan Cervantes, Fernando Beltrán, Ángel Zaldívar (José Godínez 45′).
Querétaro: Tiago Volpi, George Corral, Luis Romo, Areli Hernández, Hiram Mier, Javier Güemez, Jaime Gómez, Marcel Ruíz (Jordi Cortizo 73′), Camilo Sanvezzo, Daniel Villalva (Jonathan Suárez 80′), Carlos Acosta (Everaldo Stum 59′).