The Atlas of Guadalajarawhere the goalkeeper of the Colombian team saves, Camilo Vargas, remains undefeated in the 2022 closing tournament with 11 points obtained in five games played.
Los rojinegros, current champions of Mexican first division football, They faced Puebla at the Cuahtémoc Stadium on the night of Friday, February 11 wearing a yellow uniform and They equalized 1-1, letting the three points slip away in added time with an impressive Chilean goal converted by striker Guillermo Martínez..
The Bogota goalkeeper was chosen as the best player of the championship in the consecration as champion of the Atlas of Guadalajara after almost 60 years (opening 2021) and he has only conceded three goals in the five games so far this season: against Lion Club on January 19; against Santos Laguna on February 6 and now against Puebla on February 11.
Another of the figures of the meeting was the center forward from Nariño, Julian Quinonesthat converted the first goal of the night at minute 85 after the VAR annulled a goal against Puebla and the Paraguayan goalkeeper Antony Silva saved the Argentine from a maximum penalty Julius Furch of Atlas.
Camilo Vargas became immense at minute 17 of the match after being in a one-on-one against the right side of Puebla, Gustavo Ferrareis. The Brazilian received a brilliant deep pass from Argentine Federico Mancuello and Camilo was able to stretch his right leg in time to prevent his goal from falling in the first clear approach of the match:
At minute 35, the Colombian goalkeeper saved his goal again and gave his teammates and coach Diego Cocca a sigh. A shot executed by the Venezuelan Fernando Aristeguieta and blocked the Argentine defender from Atlas, Hugo Nervoleft the entire arc served to Gustavo Ferrareis, who He finished point-blank with his right foot.
Ferrareis’s shot bounced and deflected off Hugo Nervo bound for goal, but Camilo Vargas was able to send the shot to the side taking advantage of his reflections in the air:
Vargas was beaten enough two minutes after the save after a divided ball in which his humanity crashed with the head of midfielder Diego de Buen.
Before the partial whistle for halftime of the game between the Stripe and the aurinegro club, Atlas had a way of going up on the scoreboard with a deflected header that right-back Diego Barbosa registered:
Colombian striker Julián Quiñones received a yellow card for protesting to referee Víctor Cáceres after that action.
In the 51st minute of the match, the VAR annulled Puebla’s mid-range goal converted by Israel Reyes. A double fault that was converted against Édgar Zaldívar in an action prior to the auction was reviewed on several occasions by the referee who charged an infraction against Federico Mancuello and Lucas Maia:
At minute 60, a hand inside the area by Juan Pablo Segovia led to a maximum penalty in favor of Atlas. The visitors appointed the Argentine Julio Furch to collect from the twelve steps and the one who looked perfect was the Paraguayan goalkeeper Antony Silva after guessing the shot destined for the post of his left hand:
Atlas drowned out the goal cry again at minute 83, after the Colombian striker Julián Quiñones will score in an advanced position the one that would have been the 0-1 of the night in the Cuahtémoc Stadium:
The defending champion was able to react and shout the first goal at minute 85 when Julian Quinones He made a diagonal enabled in the central lane of the field and after controlling and receiving Édgar Zaldívar’s pass, got rid of his mark and broke Antony Silva’s goal with a left-footed shot to his nearest post, thus dedicating the goal to his daughter in celebration:
Camilo Vargas, who was not so demanding at the end of the second half, scored the goal of the date and worthy of a Puskás award. But nevertheless, at 90+4′, Guillermo Martínez invented a goal in luxury and in an acrobatic way he sentenced the final 1-1.
It all came from a throw-in. The Mexican forward controlled a ball combed by the Uruguayan Kevin Ramírez inside the Atlas area and with his head he raised the ball to make a perfect Chilean and sentence the tie with the euphoria and encouragement of the entire stadium on his side.:
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The goal converted by Memo Martínez returned the leadership of the Aztec championship to Puebla, which along with Atlas, Cruz Azul and Monterrey are the only undefeated clubs so far in the tournament.
Puebla is first in the table with 11 points and a goal difference of +6, while Atlas is also the pursuer with 11 points and goal difference of +4. Cruz Azul is third with 10 points and a goal difference of +4, while Monterrey will return from the Club World Cup in the United Arab Emirates to play its fourth game of the Mexican season and improve on 10th place with 5 points and a goal difference of +4. +4.