Chivas of Guadalajara Shuts Out Estudiantes De Tecos in Their New Stadium

Roberto Alvarez-Galloso@AlvarezGallosoChief Writer ISeptember 5, 2010

CHESTER, PA - SEPTEMBER 01:  Patricio Araujo #5 of Chivas de Guadalajara heads the ball during the game against the Philadelphia Union at PPL Park on September 1, 2010 in Chester, Pennsylvania. The Union won 1-0.  (Photo by Drew Hallowell/Getty Images)
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Chivas of Guadalajara, also known as El Rebano, faced the Estudiantes de Tecos in their new stadium Estadio Chivas at Zapopan, in Mexico. It was an historic moment that every fan of Chivas of Guadalajra will remember. Roberto Garcia Orozco was the referee for the game.

The venerable team known as El Rebano effectively left Estudiantes de Tecos without any points due to the miracle of Omar Bravo, Ricardo Vasquez Gailien, and Marco Fabian De La Mora.

Omar Bravo celebrated his 300th game with Chivas of Guadalajara by using his head to score the first goal of the game in 37 minutes.

Ricardo Vasquez entered from the right side with a kick and the goalie did not react with time as the ball hit the net. The second goal was scored in 74 minutes.

The icing on the cake for Chivas of Guadalajara was when in the last minute of the game, Omar Arellano sent the ball from the right to left to Marco Fabian, who kicked the ball toward the center to score the third and final goal.

Chivas of Guadalajara had some problems within the Mexican League games of 2010-2011, but it was clearly the dominant force in this game. They knew what they were doing and proved themselves to be consistent and organized.

Estudiantes de Tecos were organized but demoralized after the first goal by Omar Bravo. Afterward, it was downhill as the team actually passed the ball around instead of playing the game.

Roberto Garcia Orozco was fair but firm when he handed out yellow cards to Diego Jimenez of Estudiantes de Tecos as well as Xavier Baez and Mario de Luna Saucedo of Chivas of Guadalajara.

Chivas of Guadalajara 3-0 Estudiantes De Teco

Place: Estadio Chivas at Zapopan, Mexico

Most Valued Player: Omar Bravo for scoring his first goal in his 300th game with El Rebano.