Chivas de Guadalajara took a two-goal lead but couldn’t hold it as Atlético San Luis scored in stoppage time to salvage a 2-2 draw. The result keeps both teams unbeaten this season although Chivas is also now winless in three.
The game seemed to start off well for the visitors, who earned an early penalty kick after Uriel Antuna was fouled in the box. Javier López stepped up to take the spot kick, and “Chofis” converted it to make it 0-1 for Chivas in the 14th minute.
Atlético San Luis took the lead but couldn’t hold it as Necaxa scored late to earn a 1-1 draw. The result keeps the Rayos unbeaten this season, but winless at home, while the Potosinos are also unbeaten, but winless on the road.
The game started off at a good pace, with several early chances. The visitors had the better of the run of play, and a set piece gave them the lead in the 15th minute, when Matías Catalán finished off a corner kick at the far post to give San Luis the 0-1 lead.
Atlético San Luis made their home-field advantage count with a 2-1 victory against Cruz Azul. The result gives the Potosinos their first win of the Clausura 2020 and keeps them unbeaten, while La Máquina remains winless.
San Luis started the game off strongly, with Nicolás Ibáñez testing Jesús Corona early; Matías Catalán also looked dangerous in the final third. In the 27th minute, the game was briefly interrupted by a dog running onto the field, but Germán Berterame scooped up the friendly pup and carried it over to a steward and play quickly resumed.
It didn’t take long for Guillermo Vázquez to find a new team after parting ways with Necaxa following the Rayos’ elimination from the playoffs, as Atlético San Luis confirmed his arrival as head coach on Sunday.
✍ | ¡Bienvenido a tu nueva casa Guillermo Vázquez!
Cruz Azul wrapped up their season on a positive note with a 3-1 victory against Atlético San Luis. Both teams were eliminated from playoff contention before kickoff, but La Máquina managed to end their Apertura with a second straight home victory, while the Potosinos end their season with back-to-back losses.
The hosts opened the scoring early on, with Milton Caraglio heading home a long free kick from Elías Hernández in the 10th minute to give Cruz Azul the 1-0 lead.
Playing behind closed doors as a result of fan violence, Atlético San Luis fell 0-1 to América . The result is a third straight loss for the Potosinos while the Águilas have now won two in a row and are unbeaten in three.
The empty stadium made for a strange atmosphere and a somewhat listless game. América looked the better team, though, and they nearly opened the scoring in the 15th minute when Andrés Ibargüen was alone in the box but hit the crossbar with his attempt.
Atlético San Luis twice took the lead and twice failed to hold it as León came back for a 3-2 victory. The result is a second straight win for La Fiera, who remain unbeaten in three, while the Potosinos have now lost two in a row.
The visitors surprised León by taking the lead in the 20th minute. Nicolás Ibáñez got to a cross just ahead of his marker and his header beat Rodolfo Cota to make it 0-1 for San Luis.
León looked for a response and in the 28th minute, the unfortunate Mario Álvarez redirected a cross into his own net to make it 1-1 with his own-goal.
The Disciplinary Committee has handed out sanctions to both Atlético San Luis and Querétaro for the brawl between their supporters that led to the abandonment of the Jornada 14 game between the clubs.
San Luis, who hosted the game, was given a two-game stadium ban for the Estadio Alfonso Lastras. A stadium ban leaves teams with two options: either to find an alternate venue for the game, or to play in the sanctioned stadium behind closed doors, with no fans admitted. In a press release, San Luis stated that out of respect for the spirit of the sanction, they will play behind closed doors and fans will be reimbursed for previously purchased tickets.
The Disciplinary Committee has suspended 3 players in the aftermath of this weekend’s Jornada 14 games.
Guido Rodríguez of América and Jesús Dueñas of Tigres UANL were given one-game suspensions for serious foul play; Tigres filed a petition of non-conformity regarding Dueñas’s red card, but the petition was overturned and the suspension stands.
Maximiliano Salas of Necaxa was given a one-game suspension for yellow-card accumulation after receiving his fifth caution of the season.
The Disciplinary Committee investigation into the violence that marred the San Luis vs Querétaro game is still ongoing.