Chivas are humiliated by FC Cincinnati and the paternity of MLS over Liga MX is confirmed

Chivas are humiliated by FC Cincinnati and the paternity of MLS over Liga MX is confirmed

  • Pavel Pérez’s goal was not enough for Chivas, who ended up losing 1-3 against their similar team from FC Cincinnati in a friendly duel corresponding to the Leagues Cup

Chivas had nothing to show for Mexico and ended up falling this Wednesday 1-3 in their visit to FC Cincinnati, despite taking the lead with a goal from Mexican Pavel Pérez, in a friendly match corresponding to the Leagues Cup. The match served to ratify the dominance that MLS continues to have in recent games against rivals from Liga MX. It should be noted that a storm kept the match paralyzed and from there Cadenas’ pupils would lose their way against a Cincinnati who knew how to vaccinate.

When Pável Pérez overtook the “Flock” everything indicated that we would have a meeting full of tranquility for those from Guadalajara, but with the passing of time and with the minutes after the suspension of the meeting everything became different.

FC Cincinnati goals

At the beginning of the second half of the game, those led by Pat Noonan began what would be a one-way game, the disconcerted Chivas did not meet again and were outclassed in various aspects and above all things on the scoreboard. At minute 53, Kubo equalized the actions after a great play in which he took advantage of Chivas’ clearance error.

Calvis Harris would give the Ohioans the advantage with a sovereign goal that would undoubtedly be the best of the four goals that were going to be given in the game.

But the result was not going to end there, there was still time for more and that was when Brandon Vásquez was present to score and make the scoreboard 3-1 in favor of FC Cincinnati who knew how to decipher Guadalajara at all times in the second half of the match .

About the Leagues Cup

The Leagues Cup is a friendly tournament that pits teams from the Liga MX against those from the MLS. This tournament is a prelude to what is to come for next year, where all the teams from Mexico will face off against those from the United States.

On the part of the Chivas, who are currently in good positions in the Apertura de la Liga MX, they have just lost to the LA Galaxy and today they fall to Cincinnati in a match that continues to leave the MLS better than the Mexican championship teams.

Melissa Galbraith
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