Querétaro took the lead but couldn’t hold it, with Pumas UNAM tying the game at 1-1. However, the draw is a good result for the Gallos Blancos considering that they finished the game with just nine men. The result also prevents Pumas from moving out of last place in the table, where they will end the season.
The game started off well for the hosts, who took the lead in the 8th minute. Camilo Sanvezzo sent a free kick into the box and Everaldo Stum sent it past Alfredo Saldívar to make it 1-0 for Querétaro.
Querétaro earned a 0-1 away win against Pachuca to mathematically eliminate the Tuzos from playoff contention. The result keeps the Gallos Blancos unbeaten in two while Pachuca remains winless in two.
Pachuca needed a win here to keep their playoff hopes alive, and they came out attacking from the opening whistle. But although the Tuzos dominated possession, Querétaro defended well and the visitors were able to keep them off the board.
América took the lead but couldn’t hold it as Querétaro came back for a 1-1 draw in this Copa MX quarterfinal. The Águilas ultimately triumphed from the penalty spot, however, as they beat the Gallos Blancos 2-0 in the shootout to advance to the semifinals.
América opened the scoring in the 13th minute through Oribe Peralta, whose header beat Tiago Volpi to make it 1-0.
Both teams had the lead at one point or another, but in the end they had to settle for a share of the spoils as Querétaro and Atlas drew 2-2. The result ends a two-game losing streak for the Gallos Blancos, but keeps them winless in 11, while the Rojinegros are unbeaten in two.
Luis Fernando Tena was on the bench for his first game in charge of Querétaro as he looked to turn the Gallos’ fortunes around, but the game couldn’t have started worse for the hosts. In the second minute of the game, Tiago Volpi tried to play the ball out of the back but sent it directly to Ravel Morrison, who took a few touches and then beat the stranded keeper to make it 0-1 for Atlas.
The Apertura 2017 Copa MX knockout rounds got underway this Tuesday with the first four Round of Sixteen games. Three of them were decided by penalty shootouts as Tijuana, Atlante, América, and Querétaro moved on to the quarterfinals.
Monarcas Morelia 2-2 Tijuana (2-4 shootout)
Tijuana took a 2-0 lead before Morelia fought back to 2-2, but the Xolos ultimately triumphed in the penalty shootout. Damián Pérez put the Xolos ahead in the 26th minute when he brought the ball down with his chest and then sent a volley into the left corner.
After their 1-2 loss to Santos Laguna on Saturday, Querétaro has parted ways with coach Jaime “Jimmy” Lozano, as well as sporting president Joaquín Beltrán and administrative president Arturo Villanueva.
Santos Laguna made it two wins in a row with a 1-2 away victory against Querétaro. The result is a second consecutive loss for the Gallos Blancos, who remain winless in 10 games overall.
The first half was high-intensity, and both goalkeepers were kept busy. The hosts had their first good chance through Camilo Sanvezzo, but Jonathan Orozco was there to make the save on the Brazilian’s header.
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.
Querétaro scored in stoppage time to snatch a 2-2 draw against Monterrey. The result snaps a three-game losing streak for the Gallos Blancos – but keeps them winless in seven – while the Rayados remain unbeaten this season.
The first half was a hard-fought affair, with two teams battling for control of the game. There were few chances of note, but Querétaro was able to turn their first real chance into the opening goal in the 38th minute. Javier Güémez received the ball from a free kick and stabbed it home to make it 1-0.
Necaxa extended their home unbeaten streak to four games with a 0-1 victory against Querétaro. The result extends the Gallos Blancos’ losing streak to three games and leaves them winless in six.
The first half was an intense affair, with both Querétaro and Necaxa pushing forward with intent. Tiago Volpi and Marcelo Barovero were both called into action to preserve the scoreline, and despite a number of attempts by both teams, the game remained 0-0 at halftime.