Chivas de Guadalajara’s comeback attempt fell just short as León held on for a 4-3 victory. The result keeps La Fiera unbeaten at home this season, while ending a three-game unbeaten run for El Rebaño.
León started the game off strongly and they kept the ball in the visitors’ defensive third. Then, in the 16th minute, Josécarlos van Rankin brought down Jean Meneses in the box and León had the chance to open the scoring from the penalty spot. José Juan Macías took and converted the PK to give the hosts the 1-0 lead.
Chivas de Guadalajara looked confident in this 3-0 victory against Atlético San Luis. The result keeps El Rebaño unbeaten in three – and perfect at home – while the Potosinos have yet to record a point on the road.
The game started off well for the hosts, who took the lead in the 14th minute. Javier López received the ball just outside the box, turned, and sent his low shot just inside the post to make it 1-0 with his first goal in nearly a calendar year.
The Disciplinary Committee has suspended 5 players in the aftermath of this weekend’s Jornada 3 games – although one of those suspensions has been appealed.
Cruz Azul’s Jonathan Rodríguez, Querétaro’s George Corral, and Puebla’s Lucas Cavallini were all given one-game suspensions for serious foul play.
Puebla filed a petition of non-conformity regarding Cavallini’s red card, which the Disciplinary Committee overturned. However, Puebla appealed the Committee’s decision and the Appeals Commission is now meeting to make a determination.
Chivas de Guadalajara took the lead but couldn’t hold it as Puebla came back for a 1-1 draw in a game that finished 10 vs 10. The result keeps the Poblanos winless this season, but gives them their first point, while el Rebaño is now unbeaten in two.
The game started off well for the visitors, who took the lead in just the 8th minute. Alejandro Chumacero was called for a foul on Javier López in the box, giving Chivas the chance to open the scoring from the penalty spot. Oswaldo Alanís stepped up to take the penalty, and he converted it to make it 0-1 for Guadalajara.
The Disciplinary Committee has suspended three players and a coach in the aftermath of this weekend’s Jornada 2 games.
Fernando Navarro of León was given a one-game suspension for serious foul play, while Alexis Peña of Necaxa was suspended one game for denial of a clear goal-scoring opportunity.
Carlos Salcedo of Tigres UANL will miss the next two games; he was given a one-game suspension for serious foul play, and an additional game for using offensive and/or insulting language and/or gestures.
Chivas de Guadalajara closed out Jornada 2 with a 2-0 victory against 10-man Tigres UANL. The result gives el Rebaño their first win of the Apertura, while the universitarios suffered their first loss of the season.
The hosts opened the scoring early and from an unexpected source. In the 9th minute, Antonio Briseño recorded his first Liga MX goal since 2015 when he headed home a corner kick to make it 1-0 for Chivas.
Santos Laguna earned a comfortable 3-0 victory against Chivas de Guadalajara to see them start the Apertura 2019 season at the top of the table.
Santos came out looking to make their home field advantage count, and they looked dangerous from the beginning, with Brian Lozano hitting the woodwork in the 11th minute. Chivas struggled to make their mark on the game, displaying a lack of creativity in the final third.
Chivas de Guadalajara earned the surprise result of the weekend with a 2-1 victory against León. The result snaps La Fiera’s historic 12-game winning streak, and also snaps El Rebaño’s five-game losing streak and eight-game winless streak.
The first half started off slowly, with neither team able to take control. Chivas seemed more focused on keeping León off the board than on trying to score themselves, while La Fiera seemed in no hurry to attack either.
Chivas de Guadalajara took the lead but couldn’t hold it as Puebla stormed back for a 1-3 away win. The result snaps a two-game winless streak for Puebla, while giving El Rebaño their fifth straight loss – and eliminating them from playoff contention.
The hosts started the game off well, with an early chance by Eduardo López and a dangerous low cross from Alexis Vega that somehow no one got on the end of. Chivas got on the board in the 19th minute thanks to an own-goal, as the unfortunate Brayan Angulo turned a corner kick into his own net to make it 1-0 for the hosts.
Despite a new coach, Chivas de Guadalajara was unable to get back on track as they fell 1-0 to Monarcas Morelia. The result ends La Monarquía’s own long winless streak – 10 games – while extending El Rebaño’s losing streak to four and their winless streak to seven.
The game started off slowly, with both teams struggling to find a rhythm. Chivas thought they had found the breakthrough in the 26th minute, but the referee had already whistled for a foul instead of allowing play on; Javier López’s would-be goal was disallowed, and they were unable to finish off the resulting free kick.