Chivas and Tigres were unharmed during their preseason matchup. In a classic preparation duel where errors prevailed, rojiblancos and auriazules could not break the equality even though there were some scoring chances.

For the first half, where both are blocks, they started with what would aim to be their star box for the debut in the tournament, rojiblancos and auriazules divided the leading role, where the cats imposed conditions from the start.

Nico López was the most insistent in the university offensive, since the ‘Diente’ had a couple of approaches to the Guadalajara gate, where the first one sent it to one side after closing a diagonal behind Ávalos. Subsequently, he attempted a cross shot that stopped Toño Rodriguez.

Minutes later, Guadalajara took the baton and generated danger in the goal of Nahuel Guzman, first in a corner kick that Antonio Briseño finished off, but Miguel Ponce was unable to send the ball to the back of the goal on the rebound.

A few minutes later, ‘Chicote’ was about to surprise with a cross shot, but that ‘Patón’ easily stopped.

For the complementary part, Miguel Herrera made multiple adjustments, while Víctor Manuel Vucetich decided to give continuity to his stellar team until minute 65, when he began to refresh his squad.

Juan Pablo Vigón was about to open the scoring after a ball was at his mercy inside the area after a rebound, so he sent a shot looking for the second post, although the ball passed a few centimeters from Rodríguez’s door.

Tigres’ next preparation match will be on July 10 against America, while Guadalajara will face Rayados de Monterrey on July 11.

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