Summary of the match between Tigres and Monterrey (1-2). Quarter-finals

Summary of the match between Tigres and Monterrey (1-2).  Quarter-finals

In the first leg of the quarter-finals, a plan Take an important step to aim for the semi-finals next They beat Tigres 2-1 At the University Stadium in Clasico Reggio 136, a duel that witnessed a lot of events Controversy with referee Marco Antonio Ortiz.

The first half started with a draw With a lack of goal opportunitiesJust an attempt to put the ball into the upper left corner for Esteban Andrada by Juan Brunetta and it ends up rising.

The controversy began in the 22nd minute when Germain Berteram headed into the area and the ball bounced Samir Caetano's hand hita play in which referee Marco Antonio Ortiz did not review VAR.

These were the goals of the match between Tigres vs. Monterey

The scoring opened in the 27th minute when Monterrey snatched a ball from midfield and shot it Sergio Canales fled through the center for identification To the far post of goalkeeper Carlos Felipe Rodriguez.

Diego Laines tied the game Before he went to rest, in the 45th minute, when he one-on-one beat Gerardo Arteaga and hit a low shot that hit the post, unstoppable for the team. Andrada Firmin.

A minute later another controversy arose, when Lainez entered the area and was felled by Jorge Rodriguez, an action that He doesn't seem to be touching the ball The whistle ended with Ortiz scoring a goal kick.

Now the gang struck at the beginning of the second half, when Samir failed to mark Germain Berteram, so the Argentine shot a ball that was cleared by Sergio Canales, and it hit the post, fortunately for him. Maxi Meza could have pushed the ball 2-1 in favor of the visit.

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In the 69th minute, Berteram entered the penalty area again, now from the left side and cut into the middle to fire a shot that Felipe Rodriguez was able to block and the defense helped him clear the ball.

Rodrigo Aguirre came on as a substitute and had a chance in the 73rd minute, when a ball fell to him inside the area, but when he tried to shoot. The Uruguayan striker slipped The ball went over Oriazol's goal.

Ozil Herrera missed the opportunity to equalize in the 74th minute when he received a cross from the right side. The Mexican merely blocked it, but his shot went wide of Andrada's goal.

André-Pierre Gignac also had the tying play In the 77th minute, a ball reached him from the right wing, but his header went too high.

A rematch will be next Sunday, May 12 at 9 p.m In Steel Giant, where the team that advances to the semi-finals will be decided, Rayados have the advantage of position in the table to qualify, so even a one-goal loss can advance to the round.

Oliver Walton

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