Pumas are still covered by a gray cloud and lose to Pachuca

cougars still covered by a gray cloud. The results continue to turn their backs on them and after the 0-2 defeat against Pachuca in University Citythe hostility of his fans with the coach Raphael Bridge It increased, because to the constant “Get out of the bridge!” was added: “Players, players, if you no longer want to play, take off your shirt!”, a chant that came out of the cauldron and to which more people from the stands ended up joining.

Despite everything, it was inevitable that University received the Pachuca in a task that is not easy for cats; and although Raphael Bridge He moved his starting eleven, at least in the first half it was not seen where they could damage the still Champion of Mexican soccer. Fortune even turned its back on the auriazules again, because after 28 minutes they were left with one less man due to the expulsion of Gustavo del Prete; it was the sixth red card of cougars at the tournament.

And although the tubes They have shown their offensive capacity, it seemed to be having a hard time getting ahead on the scoreboard. So for the second half, river bridge He made changes and ‘played it’ by taking out his scorer, because he changed to money by the entrance of Diego de Oliveira.

So, Pachuca recovered his memory and cougars he kept up with the defensive errors that have been constant in recent games and in set pieces, they ended them.

First, after a corner kick, jose castillo (55′) alone, without any defense, he finished off with a header, and then in the final stretch (80′) andre isais he took advantage of a rebound from a free kick and scored the second goal from Hidalgo.

cougars in the second half it did not generate any danger. And everything ended up costing them dearly, as they came away with one more defeat, booed and with their fans increasingly angry with them.

Set of crestfallen Pumas after losing on the scoreboard


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