• Ríos scored four goals at Charlotte FC, becoming the first player to score that many goals for an expansion team in the club’s first season in MLS

With four goals scored in a single game, the player born in Mexico, and Chivas de Guadalajara youth squad, Daniel Ríos, was chosen by Major League Soccer as Player of the Week 33. The Charlotte FC player was in charge of scoring all of his team’s goals in a 4-0 win over the Philadelphia Union on Saturday, October 1.

As a result, Ríos not only scored all of Charlotte’s goals in obtaining the three points, but also entered the team’s history books, as he was the first element capable of scoring three goals in a commitment with the team’s shirt. North Carolina box.

In addition, the Aztec equaled the Argentine ex-New York City FC, Valentín ‘Taty’ Castellanos (April 17), as the only players to score four goals in a game this season. Collectively, Ríos is the 23rd different player in MLS history to score at least four goals in a single game.

These were the goals of the Mexican Ríos with Charlotte FC

The first goal of the game came when Ríos opened the scoring after taking advantage of Kamil Józwiak’s pass, who sent a cross into the small area, the Aztec easily finished in the 24th minute. Later, at 54, both elements joined again to score the second of the night. On that occasion, Józwiak picked up a loose ball in the area and found the Mexican striker, who dribbled past a defender and finished between several rivals.

Then, with the score 2-0, the Azteca scored his hat-trick from the penalty spot in the 72nd minute. Then, with added time, at 91′, Ríos was responsible for sealing Charlotte’s victory when McKinze Gaines hit an excellent pass crossed to Ríos, who finished off towards the empty goal.

The player has a past in the subsidiary of Chivas, a team that helped him form and then lent the element to Nashville and later to the current Charlotte FC in MLS.

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