(CRHoy.com) The return to competition in the World-class tournament organized by Major League Soccer (MLS), has sat Very well to the Costa Rican side Ronald Matarrita.
After several months of inactivity, the Tico is the undisputed starter in New York City and it has been a fundamental piece for his team to qualify for the quarterfinals of the event.
Against Toronto FC, Matarrita was again from the game and he was on the field of play for 90 minutes, in a game that ended in a 1-3 victory for the New Yorkers.
The annotations were the work of Jesús Medina (5), Valentín Castellanos (55) and Maximiliano Moralez (81). While the discount was the work of the American attacker Patrick Mullins.
The total has played 360 minutes and is now enlisting for what will be a Ticos duel for a ticket to the semifinals, since in the next series the faces with the winner of the junction between Portland Timbers and FC Cincinnati.
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