MAZATLáN. Necaxa overcomes Mazatlán 1-0 after R. Monreal scored just 1 goal (45′). Mazatlán was much better in terms of ball possession (62%).
The match was played at the Estadio de Mazatlán (Mazatlán) stadium in Mazatlán on Friday and it started at 8:10 pm local time. The referee was Daniel Quintero Huittrón who was helped by Jonathan Maximiliano Gómez Olmos and Jesús Lorenzo Soto Dávila. The 4th official was Yonatan Peinado Aguirre. The weather was cloudy. The temperature was pleasant at 22.2 degrees Celsius or 71.91 Fahrenheit. The humidity was 83%.
Mazatlán had a superior ball possession 62% while Necaxa was struggling with a 38% ball possession.
Attitude and shots
Necaxa was more pushing with 49 dangerous attacks and 11 shots of which 1 were on target. This is one of the reasons why Necaxa won the contest.
Mazatlán shot 9 times, 2 on target, 5 off target. On the opposite side, Necaxa shot 11 times, 1 on target, 9 off target.
Mazatlán received 1 yellow card (Aké Loba). Regarding the opposition, Necaxa received 2 yellow cards (Alexis Peña and Juan Pablo Segovia).
After this contest, Mazatlán will stay with 4 points to sit in the 18th place. Regarding the opposition, Necaxa will have 12 points like Atlas, Tijuana, Juárez and Atlético San Luis to soar in the 13th place.
In the next match in the Liga MX, Mazatlán will play away against Guadalajara on the 30th of April with a 3-1 head to head stats in favor of Guadalajara (1 draw).
Necaxa will play away agasint Toluca on the 30th of April with a 10-4 head to head stats in favor of Toluca (9 draws).
Mazatlán – Formation
Mazatlán started with a 5-4-1 line-up (5-4-1).
The manager Gabriel Esteban Caballero Schiker decided to play with the following team: Ricardo Daniel Gutiérrez Hernández, Néstor Vicente Vidrio Serrano, Oswaldo Alanís Pantoja, Bryan Colula Alarcón, Francisco Eduardo Venegas Moreno, Facundo Ezequiel Almada, Eduard Alexander Bello Gil, Roberto Ismael Meraz Bernal, Andres Montaño, Edgar Yoel Bárcenas Herrera and Ake Arnaud Loba.
The home team had on the bench: Jorge Antonio Padilla Leal, Alfonso Emilio Sánchez Castillo, David Josué Colmán Escobar, Gabriel López, Omar Fernando Moreno Villegas, Nicolás Vikonis Mureau, Efraín Orona Zavala, Miguel Ángel Sansores Sánchez, Enrique de Jesús Cedillo Ortíz and Luis Fernando Quintana Vega.
Mazatlán made 4 changes: Bryan Colula for Josué Colmán (56′), F. Venegas for Efrain Orona (57′), Eduard Bello for Miguel Sansores (68′) and Roberto Meraz for Alfonso Sanchez (90′).
Necaxa – Formation
Necaxa started with a conservative line-up (4-4-2).
Andrés Luciano Lillini played with: Hugo Alfonso González Durán, Juan Pablo Segovia González, Fabricio Orosmán Formiliano Duarte, José Joaquín Esquivel Martínez, Alexis Francisco Peña López, Agustín Oliveros Cano, Fernando Madrigal González, Bryan Eduardo Garnica Cortéz, Edgar Antonio Méndez Ortega, Damián Iván Batallini and Ricardo Saúl Monreal Morales, José Carlos Van Rankin Galland.
They had on the bench: Rafael de Jesús Ramírez Miranda, Heriberto De Jesus Jurado Flores, Vicente Poggi Sassi, Juan Pablo Domínguez Chonteco, Miguel Pedroza, Facundo Agustín Batista Ochoa, Rogelio Cortéz Pineda, Edson Jair Partida Almaráz and Maximiliano Joaquín Silvera Cabo.
Necaxa made 4 changes: R. Monreal for V. Poggi Sassi (64′), Edgar Méndez for Facundo Batista (76′), Brayan Garnica for Juan Pablo Domínguez Chonteco (76′) and Damián Batallini for Maximiliano Silvera Cabo (90′).
Results of the day
These are the results of the day in the Liga MX.
- Cruz Azul – Atlético San Luis – 1-0
- Tijuana – Toluca – 3-3
- Mazatlán – Necaxa – 0-1
- Puebla – Atlas – 0-4