Not even against the teams at the bottom of the table can Chivas get good result, they are still without a win in the Apertura 2022, as this Friday they lost 2-1 against Mazatlán FC, a club that also won its first victory of the tournament, on a night when Jorge Abraham Camacho's refereeing was controversial.
Ricardo Cadena's team repeated history. They didn't play badly, they had some good moments on the field of the Kraken Stadium, but things didn't work out for them and they lost to leave the future of their coach in uncertainty, and now the Clásico Tapatío will be played next Saturday at the Akron Stadium against the reigning champions Atlas.
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Camacho had a bad job, as he had a Mazatlán player sent off, gave a penalty kick for a Chivas dive and again favored the Cañoneros by marking a foul that ended up being the Sinaloan victory.
Chivas lost to the second worst team in the tournament. They had yet to win and did so with a goal by ex-rojiblanco, Oswaldo Alanís.
The end of an era in Chivas?
Yes, Cadena won his first five games at the helm of the Rebaño Sagrado, but he has now gone nine games without a win (six draws and defeats). It seems that his time has run out.