MLS 2-1 Liga MX | All Star Game 2022: MLS suffers but maintains its hegemony over Liga MX

Cwith a controversial and listed party closure, Major League Soccer defeated Liga MX Stars 2-1 this Wednesday in All Star 2022 to maintain his hegemony over Mexican soccer.

People had just taken their places in the stands at Minnesota’s Allianz Field when LAFC’s Mexican striker appeared, Carlos Vela, just to the second post to post a powerful lead and open the scoring just three minutes into the action.

That’s where the Mexican team started working, with a very eager Luis Quiones but with very little fellowship with the companions, which prevented him from rising against the doorkeeper Blake.

The few efforts that managed to cross through Liga MX in the first half they were perfectly intercepted by the Jamaican goalkeeper and his defenders.

For the second half, Diego Cocca practically had a new eleven with many more Mexicans like Alexis Vega, Uriel Antuna, Luis Chvez, Kevin Alvarez and Luis Reyes, which did change the face of the team.

Chvez was perhaps the most participating player in Liga MX in the complement, planting himself outside the area on at least four occasions and shooting at goal.

When the Mexicans played better, the Spanish did Carles Gil fell in the area and the whistler did not hesitate to mark the maximum penalty, who was traded for a goal by another old familiar, the Peruvian Ral Ruidaz.

Shortly after that goal, the side of the Tuzos del Pachuca, Kevin lvarez, put an authentic riflazo that stopped the Americans and brought Mexican soccer closer to the scoreboard.

In the game immediately after the goal, the controversy with a clear hand inside the area that can be marked as a penalty but it didn’t even require to be reviewed by the VAR.

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