Necaxa against Pumas represents the game for Pumas to stay in direct positions in the Liguilla because Rayos is last in the tournament and will no longer qualify for the ‘Play-In’. However, the game went wrong for the Cats from the 12th minute.
Chino Huerta was sent off against Necaxa
The game that left the Pumas with 10 players happened 12 minutes into the game. César ‘Chino’ Huerta tried to clear one of his opponents, but the Necaxa element complained about an elbow and VAR warned Abraham De Jesús, the match referee, to go to the screen to determine the action.
After a few minutes, the 31-year-old whistler was clear and showed the red card to Chino Huerta, who couldn’t believe the dismissal.
Surprisingly, the red card he showed the Mexican team was the first for Abraham De Jesús Quirarte, a referee who was only at center back in Matchday 1 and 9.
In the Apertura 2023, he was also the fourth referee four times and several times a VAR assistant.
Julio González is about to leave the game
Despite falling by 10 from very early on, the Pumas kept the score at 0-0, although tragedies would continue to befall the university team.
In the 51st minute of the second half, an action by Julio González could not keep the ball, he tried to correct it, but he collided with Jesús Molina and remained lying on the ground.
Alarms went off. However, the goalkeeper was able to return to the event with a bandage on his fingers.
Pumas couldn’t do it and Necaxa made it 1-0
After many misfortunes, the Pumas could not keep their goal clean, and in the 74th minute, Braian Samudio hit the ball from a long distance and Julio González missed the ball crossing the goal line for Necaxa which was 1-0, a score of It. lasted until the end.