Chivas scores the first goal with Míchel Leaño on the bench this semester

Ángel Zaldivar opened the scoring against León, in a friendly match that was held in the United States

Chivas scored his first goal in the Marcelo Michel Leaño era, thanks to Angel Zaldívar scored in a friendly duel against Lion and ended the streak of four games without a goal, three of them official.

As part of the 2021 Herd Tour, Chivas collided on this date FIFA against the FAS of El Salvador, a team with which they drew without goals, and on Saturday night they faced León, a duel that was played without people due to the violent events that occurred midweek in a friendly game between San Jose and Cruz Azul.

In the duel against the Esmeraldas, Zaldívar combined with Isaac Brizuela on the right wing and the striker entered the area alone to take a rebound that sent to the back of the net. Although it was a friendly game, the celebration was effusive due to the bad streak that the team had brought.

Minutes later, Jesús ‘Canelo’ Angulo scored the 2-0 in favor of the Guadalajara in a counterattack in which the rojiblancos took advantage of the speed, so it seems that the moments without a goal were left behind.

Under the command of Marcelo Michel Leaño, Chivas accumulated three Liga MX games without a goal, which were against America, Querétaro and Atlas, only against the Eagles he rescued points after they tied without goals in the National Classic.

They lost 1-0 against Gallos Blancos, the same situation as in the Tapatío Classic against Atlas, in which they were defeated 0-1 and finished the game with nine men due to the expulsions of Hiram Mier and Cristian Calderón.