Tigres beat the Bolivian outfit of San Jose 1-0 in the Copa Libertadores last night. Given it was being played at 3,800 metres above sea level, the match wasn’t a high tempo affair, as Tigres took a Mourinho-esque ‘park the bus approach’.
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After getting their noses ahead in the first half, all Tigres’ good work was almost undone after the ref gave the hosts a second half spot kick.
Luckily, and inexplicably, the San Jose keeper decided to take it. He is not the regular penalty taker.
His penalty was poor and was saved by Tigres keeper Guzman, but his follow up was even worse…!
Check it out in the clip below: