New York FC beat Toronto and remained at the top of the Eastern Conference
New York, with member of the Argentina U-23 team, Valentin Castellanos at the start, tied Day 1 to 1 with Toronto FC, on the fifth date of the Major League Soccer (MLS) in the United States.
The New York team, with 8 points, currently remains at the top of the Eastern Conference centers, along with Montreal and New England.
At Yankee Stadium, through Paraguay striker Jess Medina, New York led in the second half, but Jacob Schaffleborg scored the equalizer for Toronto, according to the “soccerway” report.
Later, in the West, the Los Angeles Galaxy defeated Austin 2-0 at home at Dignity Health Sports Park, adding 12 points and becoming a goalkeeper for leaders Seattle Sounders (13).
The winner was successful with transfers of Sebastian Leggett and Mexican striker Javier Hernandez; Austin competed with Argentine midfielder Thomas Pochettino (ex-Boca Juniors, Divensa e Justicia and Talires de Córdoba).
Saturday continues the introduction of Atlanta United under Gabriel Haynes against Montreal. Philadelphia-New York RB; Minnesota Dallas Colorado – Houston Dynamo Real Salt Lake-Nashville SC; It concludes with those led by Matthias Almeida, San Jose Earthquakes vs Portland Timbers.
Tomorrow completes the fifth date with these games: Kansas City-Vancouver; Cincinnati Inter Miami; New England Columbus Crew; DC United – Orlando City; It concludes with Seattle Sounders – Los Angeles. (Telam)
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