Aldo Rocha’s celebration unleashes a fight between Atlas vs. Chivas and expulsion of ‘Chicote’ Calderón

Aldo Rocha celebrated his goal in front of the Chivas bar, which bothered the players; Ían Torres received a blow from Cristian Calderón

Cristian ‘Chicote’ Calderón He was an ephemeral protagonist of the Classic Tapatío. The midfielder of Chivas was expelled because he attacked a rival of the Atlas, after the celebration of Aldo Rocha by scoring a Panenka penalty.

El Clásico Tapatió had intense minutes and it all started with the expulsion of Hiram Mier; later, the whistler scored a penalty in favor of Atlas, this after Luis Olivas knocked down Julián Quiñones in the area on a corner kick. The Chivas defender made contact with the ankle of the red-black striker and Guerrero did not hesitate to score the maximum penalty, which Aldo Rocha capitalized.

In the celebration of the rojinegros, an outbreak of anger was unleashed, same in which he was expelled Cristian ‘Chicote’ Calderón for fighting with Quiñones himself. The Flock player was expelled directly for an attack on the ram of Atlas.

Chicote ‘Calderón He drew attention prior to the meeting due to the look he presented, with pink hair, a style that he had previously used on arrival at Chivas at the start of the Clausura 2020 Tournament.

In the style of the ‘Bofo’, the ‘Chicote’ Calderón He emulated the former Guadalajara idol by presenting a new style in his hair dye, something that Bautista regularly performed in important meetings during his time with the Rojiblanco team.

Calderon had already done something similar in the beginning with Chivas, After the return game of the Copa MX tournament, against Dorados, he presented a silver tint with a ‘trensa’ in all his hair, a look with which he scored his second goal since his arrival with Guadalajara.

For his part, the ‘Bofo’ Bautista in his time with Guadalajara began with the traditional look of the shaved head, later he placed some dyes in his hair, white and for some games the colors of the Rojiblanco team.

Similarly, another of the most characteristic looks was placing dye on the usual edges of the hair, in addition to placing the traditional logo of Chivas in the head.

Likewise, in one of the matches he appeared with his nickname ‘Bofo’ shaved on his head, as in another Baptist match he appeared with the same number 100 that he used on the number of his shirt.