Toluca FC gave up a compensation time goal against Puebla FC for a 1-1 at the Nemesio Diez Stadium to wrap up week 4 action of the Clausura 2016 of La Liga MX. Puebla was looking for their first victory in Toluca since 1994, and to score points to leave the relegation zone.
The game was rather slow with neither team doing much to take the lead. The Red Devils were not the usual team that attacks, allowing the camoteros to make a few moves. However, the chorizeros did just enough to prevent Puebla from doing any damage.
Toluca scored in the 33rd minute on a counter run that caught the Puebla defense off-guard. Gerardo Flores took the ball down the far-wing just outside the area before he volleyed it to Enrique Triverio who was inbound. The Argentine headed the ball, and crossed it to goalkeeper Fabian Villaseñor’s left to put Toluca on the board 1-0.
The game returned to being slow with the occasional shot on goal. The home-side gave up many scoring opportunities, and they paid for it in the end. In compensation time, Flavio Santos did not give up on a loose ball and centered. The ball ultimately reached Alberto Acosta who put the ball past goalkeeper Alfredo Talavera for the final 1-1.