Soccer and life tend to give you revenge where you have to show your character and prove who you are. This is what Fernando Beltrán has done, a Chivas player who a year and a half ago was considered just another member of the squad and is now one of the Rebaño's most decisive players.
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The 'Nene' is one of the pillars of the Rebaño due to his vision, individual technique, and ability to assist his teammates, which is why he is living one of the best moments of his still short career and reminded Víctor Manuel Vucetich, a coach who did not consider him and who constantly relegated him to the bench.
Vucetich criticized Beltrán
"A year and a half ago I was going through a bad time. The coach who was there told me that my passes were not productive, that I was not a decisive player, and that I was not a player who neither attacked nor defended. I went through a bad time, but today, thanks to God, I show it on the field, I feel happy, I am going through a great time and I owe it to my family," said the Chivas player in words to Telemundo.
Beltrán was the key to securing a place in the quarterfinals, as he was in charge of tipping the scales in Guadalajara's favor when the match with Pumas was tied, pulling off a genius move in the company of Pável Pérez and Alexis Vega to score the second goal of the night.
When will the Clasico Tapatio be played?
The first leg between Chivas and Atlas will be played on Thursday, May 12 at 9:05 pm at Akron Stadium and the second leg will be played on Sunday, May 15 at 6 pm at Jalisco Stadium.