The defending champion Tigres are starting to resemble the Tigres we saw at the beginning of the Clausura 2017-they’re not playing bad but the offense has fizzled after a strong start, a trend that continued yesterday in a 1-1 home tie against Queretaro. Luis Noriega gave the Gallos Blancos an early lead with a 9th-minute goal, which they held until Lucas Zelarayan pulled Tigres even in the 57th minute. After a 5-goal outburst in the season opener, Tigres has scored just 1 goal in each of their last 2 games.
Goals-Luis Noriega (Queretaro, 9′, 1st of tournament), Lucas Zelarayan (Tigres, 57′, 2nd of tournament)
Shots on Goal-Tigres 1
Corner Kicks-Tigres 3, Queretaro 1
Amarillas-Queretaro 4 (Marco Jimenez, 45′, Everaldo Stum, 56′, Noriega, 82′, Alexis Perez, 90+1′)
Venue: Estadio Universitario, San Nicolas de los Garza, Nuevo Leon
Attendance: 41,304 (99.2% capacity)
Tigres-at Pachuca (8/12)