Darío Lezcano came out as a ‘villain’ on Date Two, when he missed a penalty that could have given the Bravos de Juárez an important home win, which finally had to settle for a point against Tijuana, the product of a draw without goals (0-0) at the Benito Juárez Olympic Stadium.
Both also came from a tie in their respective matches on the first date and with this result, each one is left with two units in the table.
The match began with a lot of willingness on the part of the contenders, but their momentum was not enough to open the scoring, with a border box that took its precautions behind, against a rival who tried everything to show off to their fans.
Francisco Contreras ‘injury at 26’, led to the first change of Juárez very early, and as the game went on, the actions leveled off, without either of them being able to open the scoring.
Perhaps the most outstanding plays of the match were one at minute 53, where Enrique Palos had to work hard to save his goal, while at 76 ‘, Jonathan Orozco pounced on Darío Lezcano, committing a foul in the area.
The referee went to the VAR and ended up signaling a penalty, which Lezcano himself charged a minute later, but he did it so badly that he ended up sending the ball to the crossbar.
Later, the visitor took the end of the game to an inconsequential rally in the midfield, denoting that he was satisfied with the ‘dot’.