Atletico Madrid’s victory over Puebla was the first of three goals the club has scored in the last three matches, and they remain unbeaten in their last seven.
The defeat at Deportivo Guadalajara was the second consecutive in their recent history, and also means they are yet to score more than six goals in their previous five matches.
They have scored only once in their next four matches, but have scored at least once in four of their last five.
They also have the joint-second best goal difference in the league, with 10 points from eight games.
Atletico, who finished runners-up in the Liga MX standings in October, face Liga MX leaders Santos Laguna on Wednesday.