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Goals and highlights: Queretaro 3-0 Necaxa in Liga MX 2021

The project led by Leonardo Ramos at Gallos started off on the right foot by overcoming a Rayos team that once again made too many mistakes.

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Goals and highlights

The match ends!

Querétaro, now coached by Leonardo Ramos, convincingly defeats Necaxa at the Corregidora.

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Julio González makes a mistake, heads the ball towards the goal and scores an own goal.


Necaxa makes its last moves: Luis García and Rubén González are replaced by Maximiliano Salas and Sergio Bareiro.


It doesn’t count! The goal is disallowed for offside by Guillermo Madrigal, who went for the ball after Pablo Barrera’s free kick.

The score remains 2-0.


Pablo Barrera scored his brace from a free kick to further increase the Gallos’ lead on the scoreboard.


Necaxa forward Rodrigo Aguirre is cautioned for a foul on Kevin Balanta.


New Necaxa substitution: Raúl Sandoval comes on for Agustín Oliveros.


Querétaro makes its first changes of the game: Jesús Hernández and Kevin Balanta for Bryan Olivera and Nicolás Sosa.


Omar Mendoza, Querétaro defender, is the second to receive a yellow card.


Fabricio Formiliano, of Necaxa, cuts off an advance, and ends up receiving a yellow card.


Necaxa changes its lineup for the first time: Idekel Domínguez and Alonso Escoboza come out and Mauro Quiroga and Ángel Sepúlveda enter.

The second half begins!

The match between Querétaro and Necaxa resumes.


With this great goal, Querétaro increased its lead. 


Querétaro opened the scoring.  

The first half ends!

With goals from Pablo Barrera and Kevin Escamilla, Querétaro is beating Necaxa, a team that has not taken advantage of the clear opportunities it has generated.

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Two minutes are added to the time limit.


Kevin Escamilla scored after a shot from outside the area that Ángel Malagón could not save.


Guillermo Madrigal, of Querétaro, becomes the first caution of the match.


On a pass from Bryan Olivera, Pablo Barrera scored with a low, cross-shot that was impossible for Ángel Malagón to save to give Los Gallos the lead.


Almost! Washington Aguerre blocks Agustín Oliveros’ header, and on the counterattack, Rodrigo Aguirre fails to score. Necaxa came close.


For the moment, Querétaro has taken the initiative; in response, Necaxa has pulled back, trying to cut off any danger.


Unbelievable! Facing the goal, Idekel Domínguez misses his shot. Quickly, Necaxa let an important opportunity go.

The match begins!

Querétaro and Necaxa are playing their eighth match of the competition.

History between Querétaro and Necaxa

Historically, in short First Division tournaments, these two institutions have faced each other on 20 occasions, and so far, the record is four draws, six wins for the Gallos and ten for the Rayos.

Necaxa: substitutes

Edgar Hernández; Fernando Meza, Raúl Sandoval, Vicente Poggi, Fernando Arce, Jonathan González, Maximiliano Salas, Ángel Sepúlveda, Sergio Bareiro y Mauro Quiroga.

Necaxa: confirmed lineup

Ángel Malagón; Agustín Oliveros, Fabricio Formiliano, Julio González, Idekel Domínguez, Alejandro Zendejas, Rubén González (C), Alonso Escoboza, Luis García, Brian García y Rodrigo Aguirre. 

Queretaro: substitutes

Ricardo Díaz; Juan Meza, Osvaldo Martínez, Aristeo García, Pablo Gómez, Raúl Torres, Joe Gallardo, Kevin Balanta, José Ramírez y Jesús Hernández.

Queretaro: confirmed lineup

Washington Aguerre (C); Omar Mendoza, Erik Vera, Daniel Cervantes, Maximiliano Perg, Kevin Escamilla, Kevin Ramírez, Bryan Olivera, Pablo Barrera, Luis Madrigal and Nicolás Sosa.

Referee designations for the Querétaro vs Necaxa match

The referee will be Fernando Hernández; José López, first assistant referee; Leonardo Castillo, second assistant referee; and César Ramos, fourth official.

Let’s get started!

There is just under an hour to go before the Gallos Blancos of Querétaro and the Rayos of Necaxa face off at the Corregidora, in what will be the penultimate match of this Liga MX matchday.

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Necaxa: last lineup

Ángel Malagón; Agustín Oliveros, Fabricio Formiliano, Alonso Escoboza, Julio González, Brian García, Alejandro Zendejas, Rubén González (C), Ángel Sepúlveda, Rodrigo Aguirre and Luis García.

Queretaro: last lineup

Washington Aguerre (C); Omar Mendoza, Erik Vera, José Doldán, Maximiliano Perg, Kevin Escamilla, Kevin Ramírez, Bryan Olivera, Jonathan dos Santos, Pablo Barrera and Nicolás Sosa.

How is Necaxa doing?

On the other hand, last Saturday, in their visit to the AKRON Stadium, the Rayos were controversially defeated 2-1 by Chivas with a last-minute penalty kick goal by Luis Arcadio García.

How will Querétaro fare?

On Friday, August 27, in their visit to the Cuahtémoc Stadium, the Gallos were defeated 1-0 by Franjaof Puebla, a result that led to a change of coach.

Necaxa, back to winning ways

The team coached by Mexican Guillermo Vázquez has had an irregular performance so far this season; even so, it is in the reclassification zone, in tenth place with nine points, after accumulating three wins and four losses. They have scored nine goals and conceded the same number; their away record is 1-0-2.

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Querétaro, looking to get off the bottom

The feathered team has so far been the worst in the competition; it is in eighteenth place (last) in the standings with only three points, the result of three draws and four defeats. They have scored one goal for and eight against and are the only team that has yet to win. As a result of these figures, Mexican coach Héctor Altamirano was dismissed a couple of weeks ago and replaced by Uruguayan Leonardo Ramos.

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Gallos and Rayos will face each other

This Sunday afternoon, after the break in the First Division due to the FIFA Date, the Querétaro and Necaxa teams will play one of the matches that will close the activities of the eighth round of the competition. Both teams will be going into this match in different ways; the locals will be starting a new project, while the visitors are still trying to consolidate the one they have.

Welcome to’s coverage in the Week 8 of the 2021 Liga MX match: Queretaro vs Necaxa Live Updates!

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