MLS added to a familiar story on Tuesday night. FC Dallas started the second-leg of their CONCACAF Champions League semifinal series against Pachuca 2-1 up and ended it knocked out of the tournament. Pachuca advanced 3-1 on the night and 4-3 on aggregate.
With USMNT player Omar Gonzalez getting the start for Pachuca, a Franco Jara goal put them up in the 38th minute. Hirving Lozano doubled the lead in the 80th. Cristian Colman scored for Dallas in the 86th minute. Lozano scored Pachuca’s winner two minutes into stoppage time. Pachuca now waits on the winner of the Tigres vs Vancouver series with Tigres up 2-0.
There’s certainly a point that Dallas made it difficult even if the result is the same. A Liga MX team in the Champions League final, likely playing another Liga MX team. In other words, business as usual in the final season of the current format.
ESPN FC’s Scott Patterson questions Manchester United’s attack. FourFourTwo’s Seb Stafford-Bloor has United’s issues as only getting more complicated after needing a stoppage time equalizer against Everton. Two Hundred Percent’s Ian James King sees United’s latest result as part of the larger problem this season.
Inside World Football’s Andrew Warshaw has UEFA president Alexander Ceferin coming out swinging against the idea of a super league.
Vamos Pachuca, queremos la Copa!!!! pic.twitter.com/1DWNLUlLyz
— Omar Gonzalez (@Omar4Gonzalez) April 5, 2017
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