Querétaro took the lead but couldn’t hold it as 10-man Monterrey came back for a 1-2 away win. The result is a third straight loss for the Gallos Blancos, while the Rayados remain unbeaten this season.
Querétaro was looking to get their Clausura 2019 season on track after a pair of losses to open the season, and they started this game with some good chances. Camilo Sanvezzo and Ake Loba were dangerous up top and they came as close as hitting the post in the 12th minute.
Querétaro vs Monterrey – 6:00 PM – Univision Deportes
Querétaro (17th) fell 3-0 to Pachuca last weekend to give them two losses in a row. The Gallos Blancos are also tied for the worst defensive record in the league, having given up multiple goals in both of their league games to date, while having managed to score just one of their own. Querétaro didn’t have a good outing in midweek either, as they suffered a 1-3 loss to Dorados de Sinaloa in the Copa MX. They will also be without the suspended Daniel Villalva for this one.
As for Monterrey (4th), the Rayados drew 2-2 with León last weekend to remain unbeaten this season. They’ll look to keep that streak alive when they hit the road for the first time in the Clausura, and they’ll have the advantage of not having played a midweek game. Monterrey is also the highest-scoring team in the league to date, with seven goals, which doesn’t bode well for Querétaro’s porous defense.
Pachuca earned their first win of the Clausura 2019 with a 3-0 victory against 10-man Querétaro. The result helps the Tuzos bounce back from their opening-week thrashing, while the Gallos Blancos have now lost two in a row.
Both teams were looking for their first wins in this one, and the game started off at a good pace with chances at either end. But Querétaro quickly found themselves at a disadvantage as Daniel Villalva was given a straight red card in the 14th minute for a hard tackle on Jorge Hernández, leaving the visitors with just 10 men.
Monterrey vs León – Fox Deportes
Monterrey (1st) started their season in style with a 5-0 thumping of Pachuca last weekend. The Rayados will now look to make it two home wins in a row as they aim to remain atop the standings. Monterrey is traditionally hard to beat at home, where they fell just once in the Apertura; with six wins and a draw rounded out their home record. They’ll be looking for similar dominance this season, and they’ll be full of confidence after last weekend’s goal-fest.
As for León (7th), La Fiera gave up a stoppage-time penalty to draw 2-2 with Tigres UANL last weekend. They failed to win in midweek as well, where they fell 0-1 to Alebrijes de Oaxaca in the Copa MX, and they’ll now be looking for their first win in all competitions. Getting that win in the Estadio BBVA Bancomer won’t be an easy feat, but León earned the majority of their points on the road last season and they’ll look to remain a dangerous visiting team in the Clausura.
Querétaro took the lead but couldn’t hold it as Atlas came back for a 1-2 away win in their Clausura 2019 opener. The result ends a 17-game road winless streak for the Rojinegros that stretched back more than a calendar year.
The game started off without any great rhythm, with more fouls than goal-scoring chances. The Gallos Blancos did have one good early look in the 5th minute, with Camilo Sanvezzo sending a dangerous free kick into the mixer, but Atlas was able to clear their lines.
Querétaro did their part with a 1-0 victory against Necaxa, and now must wait on other results to see if it will be enough to put them into the playoffs (update: with Pachuca’s draw, Queréaro has qualified for the playoffs). The result keeps the Gallos Blancos unbeaten in three while the Rayos finish the season with an eight-game winless streak – and zero road wins.
The hosts came out attacking and had the better of the run of play, with Marcel Ruiz and Camilo Sanvezzo combining well. Jimmy Gómez was also active in attack for the Gallos, and in the 28th minute he had a good chance but Necaxa’s defense recovered well.
Veracruz took a two-goal lead but failed to hold it as a stoppage-time goal gave Querétaro a 2-2 draw. The result ends a three-game losing streak for the Tiburones Rojos, but leaves them winless in nine as they remain last in both the league and relegation tables. The Gallos Blancos, meanwhile, remain unbeaten in two.
The hosts came out looking to end their poor run of form in front of their home fans, and in the 19th minute they look the lead. Veracruz mounted a quick counterattack, with Adrián Luna playing in Bryan Carrasco, who sent the ball over the onrushing Tiago Volpi to make it 1-0 for the hosts.
Tijuana took the lead but couldn’t hold it as Querétaro came back for a 1-1 draw. The result keeps the Xolos winless in two, but unbeaten at home this season, while the Gallos Blancos remain winless in four.
The hosts took the lead early on. In the 12th minute, Miler Bolaños sent a pinpoint cross into the box for Fabián Castillo, whose header beat Tiago Volpi to make it 1-0 for the Xolos.
Tigres UANL earned their first away win of the season with a 0-2 victory against Querétaro. The result keeps the universitarios unbeaten in six overall, while the Gallos Blancos are now winless in three.
The first half was a largely even affair between two teams who came in to tonight’s game with the same number of points. Marcel Ruiz had the best chance of the half with his shot from the edge of the box, but the midfielder was stopped by the woodwork as the game remained goalless.
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.