Lot PUmas of the UNAM tied this Sunday without goals with Pachuca and advanced to the semifinals of the 2020 Guardians of the MX League in an unfortunate day of the Chilean Víctor Dávila, who missed several scoring options.
The tuzos suffered from lack of forcefulness during the two matches, although they had mastery of the ball, but let go four scoring opportunities, two very clear missed by Dávila.
Pumas barely made two feints of attack, with Carlos Gutiérrez, although they were not as clear as those of the visiting team.
– PUMAS (@PumasMX) November 29, 2020
Forced to score two goals without receiving in order to qualify for the semifinals, Pachuca came out with advanced lines, but found themselves with an orderly university cadre.
The Uruguayan Paulo Pezzolano, coach of Pachuca, made changes in 57, including sending Dávila to the bench. Nothing happened and 10 minutes later he sent the Colombian to the field Felipe Pardo and the Panamanian Roberto Nurse, in search of the two necessary goals.
Pumas was well planted on defense. Pachuca insisted on the attack; at 86 Bryan González he finished off with the defeated goalkeeper and threw the ball aside in a great wasted option.
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