This afternoon, Maximiliano Silvera was sent off in the Querétaro vs Juárez match, in which José Enrique Angulo opened the scoring, leaving Gallos Blancos with a 2-0 lead.
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The Uruguayan striker has not been able to score since his arrival to the Bravos and now, he has left his club with one player less in a match that Juárez are losing by 2 goals.
What was Maximiliano Silvera 's expulsion in the Querétaro vs Juárez match like?
It was just 14 minutes into the match at the Estadio Corregidora when Silvera committed his first foul. And when it seemed that he was going to be more careful in his actions in the match, Silvera committed another strong tackle.
This time, however, the referee showed him no mercy and gave him his second yellow card of the match, sending him to the dressing room and leaving his team a man down for the rest of the match.
As a result, the club coached by Ricardo Ferretti was unable to avoid conceding the second goal, which would put them on the ropes for the rest of the game.
Maximiliano Silvera is one of the worst centers forwards in Liga MX
So far, Maximiliano Silvera is one of the worst centers forwards in Liga MX 2022, as in 999 minutes and 13 games, he is still blank in the goals section.
The other striker who "competes" with Silvera in this category is Vincent Janssen, from Rayados de Monterrey, who has played more than 888 minutes without scoring a single goal.
Due to Rogelio Funes Mori's injury, Monterrey's head coach Victor Manuel Vucetich is giving him much more time as the team's striker, but the Dutchman has not been able to take advantage of this opportunity.
José Enrique Angulo opened the scoring
The game's score was opened in the 13th minute when José Enrique Angulo finished off a ball that was left alive in the box, the result of a corner kick by his team.
With his shot, the score was 1-0, a lead that would be extended in the 25th minute, when Leonardo Sequeira took advantage of a cross into the area provided by Pabño Barrera.
Sequeira headed the ball home to send his team into the halftime break with a comfortable 2-0 lead.
The first goal was definitely to the credit of the Gallos Blancos, but obviously, the second was a clear consequence of Silvera's expulsion, as Querétaro had to try to cover the rivals on the pitch with one less player.