Azteca Stadium, Mexico City / 03/15/2020 21:54:30
Paco Memo to Corcovado! As in his best moments in the World Cups, Guillermo Ochoa shone with brutal saves in America vs. Blue Cross that was played this Sunday behind closed doors at the Azteca Stadium because of the Coronavirus.
At least three spectacular saves from Ochoa Magaña They allowed the Eagles to go with the 0-0 draw at halftime after the clear dominance of the Machine, but in the end it was not enough because there were those who did manage to beat him for the Blue victory by the minimum.
Ochoa takes a shot from the corner to Elías Hernández
If the stadium had had an audience, it would surely collapse. Memo Ochoa made a huge detour in a shot to the upper angle after a right hand from Elías Hernández almost at the end of the first half.
Santi Giménez ran into Memo
Santiago Gimenez he started for the first time in a Classic Young and he was very close to scoring his first goal in this type of games, if not because Guillermo Ochoa took out his right hand in the cross shot to make his first big detour of the night at the Azteca Stadium just 3 minutes into the game.
Memo ‘Muralla’ Ochoa against Cabecita Rodríguez
The third save to highlight the goalkeeper America he did it after half an hour of play at Little Head Rodríguez, who within the area took off two rivals and faced Ochoa, took a powerful right hand to break the goal, but the man with the “golden curls” contained the “bombshell” less than two meters away and did not rebound.
Yes, Rodríguez had revenge in the second half and was the only one who managed to beat Ochoa to give the Celeste Machine the victory at Azteca.