Few saw it coming in the National Classic that is celebrated in the Aztec stadium, but the Chivas coach, Victor Manuel Vucetich, decided to leave on the bench Angel Zaldívar, who had played first in the repechage and the quarterfinals of Ida, to place Oribe Peralta, who saw very few minutes in the regular phase, always coming in relief.
Víctor Manuel Vucetich returns to surprise with his line-up
-Oribe Peralta boot
-Lalo Torres instead of Fernando Beltrán
-Chicote Calderón starter instead of Jesús Angulo pic.twitter.com/M6siuaVvwS
– León Iturbide (@Leon_Iturbide) November 29, 2020
Also, two other changes that King Midas made in his lineup was to place Alan Torres in place of Fernando Beltran Y Cristian Calderon replacing the injured Ricardo Angulo, movements that so far are working for the rojiblanco team, since they increased the advantage in the overall 0-2 key.
A formula that began in Guadalajara and was consolidated in the Azteca … ??
TWO GOALS, one player, ‘Chicote’ Calderón ?? https: //t.co/CtB82EFwFl pic.twitter.com/140yTK1sLb
– Spicy Soccer (@futpicante) November 29, 2020
Once again the great hero of Guadalajara is El Chicote Calderón, who apparently made an exact copy of the goal he scored on the field of Akron Stadium, with a strong shot from outside the area that left the goalkeeper without a chance Guillermo Ochoa.
The first part is over at the Azteca!
?? Chivas is winning it 2-0 on aggregate.
⚽ Great goal by ‘Chicote’ Calderón. #LiguillaW pic.twitter.com/wKqAUJbZAB
– W Deportes (@deportesWRADIO) November 29, 2020
It was at minute 30 when the Paraguayan Richard Sanchez he was wrong to deliver the ball to Henry Martin and the tapatío counterattack was armed with Calderón playing Isaác Brizuela, this way until near the boundaries of the area to pass to Cepillo, who stopped and delayed so that El Chicote had confidence and took a powerful shot that was nailed in the upper left corner.
Two Chicotazos in the National Classic in less than a week?
What a trace of GOALS from Chicote Calderón pic.twitter.com/896PrCky6J
– Jaime Sandoval (@JimmySandovaal) November 29, 2020
Last Wednesday after his goal that gave them victory in La Fortaleza, the left-back accepted that he did not have the confidence to shoot, but in the end he let himself go, although this time there is no doubt that he did have confidence to repeat the dose. .
GREAT GOAL from Chicote Calderón ?? pic.twitter.com/A1CKh8Pd71
– Alejandro de la Rosa (@adelarosa) November 29, 2020
“He did not trust me, but in the end if I said ‘fuck his mother to see what comes out’ and well if he scored a goal, the truth is I am very happy for having scored that goal,” he revealed to Chivas TV.
– Sublime Moments of Mexican Soccer ?? (@MomentosFutbolM) November 26, 2020
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