Atlanta United and LAFC took a 2-2 draw on Sunday in a third of four preseason friendships. The MLS Cup matches achieved for 2-0 in the first half before completing two-second goals each square. Unfortunately, the game was not available to watch so that we can not give you a special insight into how the team plays. However, as this is the Atlanta United website and we have to make material, we will try to make a difference in how the game has been using all social media contact information. Here we are going:
First of all, the game itself was repeated in a monsoon back:
United Atlanta (3-4-3): Brad Guzan; George Bello, Leandro González Pirez, Miles Robinson, Michael Parkhurst, Julian Gressel, Jeff Larentowicz, Eric Remedi (Anderson Assets 70 & 39), Ezequiel Barco, Gonzalo Martínez (Tito Villalba 62 & 39), Josef Martinez (Romario Williams 75 & 39)
LAFC (4-3-3 [?]): Tyler Miller; Jordan Harvey (Amadou Dia), Eddie Segura (Lamar Batista 70 & 39), Walker Zimmerman (Dejan Jakovic 46 & 39), Steven Beitashour (Seafta Brewer Jr. 46 & 39), Eduard Atuesta (Mark-Anthony Kaye 46 & 39), Andre Horta (Alejandro Guido), Lee Nguyen (Peter Lee Vassell 62 & 39), Christian Ramirez (Adrien Perez 46 & 39), Carlos Vela, Latif Blessing
Atlanta started to open the 20 minutes, thanks to free kick by American American Player of the Year, Pity Martinez. It was an old lady that was decoratively moved over the wall and past the diving of Tyler Miller:
Just 10 minutes later and the lead increased to two. This is the time Julian Gressel got the scoresheet. Josef Martinez collected the ball inside the area, turned it off and pointed out that Gressel struck a curious smile the first time he got out. The most attractive goals are not, but everything is the same (not just in preseason).
Although we can not talk about the play or control of the players well, there is usually a good sign when the coach is against (gradually) telling the players that they will grant the third in advance:
– Doug Roberson (@DougRobersonAJC) February 10, 2019
Within 15 minutes of the second half, the LAFC would be replaced by Adrien Perez. Details of this goal seem complicated. According to AJC's Doug Roberson, the great event that has dropped off / dropped from Miles Robinson. However, Perez took an interest in collecting Brad Guzan and finishing it easily.
You never want to see your side to bring up easy goals like this through mistakes, but this is the time it is possible to operate those kinks.
The LAFC captain and FC Barcelona transfer target appointed Carlos Vela will be equal to about 10 minutes from full time and seems to be a very nice individual goal. Given any attention, Mexico's international and American slices come through the Atlanta online background and make a fantastic finish through Michael Parkhurst's legs and their long-standing post. Sorting in mind of Miguel Almiron's single target against Columbus Crew in the Atlanta season of origin.
The spoils that did not exist were split on the day. Roberson left this general attitude to us on the game:
#ATLUTD The first 10-15 minutes, rough 10-15 minutes, but it was good at all. That theme was the previous 2 years.
– Doug Roberson (@DougRobersonAJC) February 11, 2019
Atlanta United was kind to send Frank de Boer's after-game comments. Here are some general points of interest:
- The team was good and he was happy with the performance.
- The second half decreased up to LAFC taking a lot of new things and Atlanta is still working towards full start for its beginners.
- It was noted that the game had a huge impact on the game.
- He showed the performances of Robinson and Barco and tried Barco's defense efforts, including tackling 90-minute slides to break an attack.
- He believes that the first goal of the LAFC should be restored due to Robinson's blood.
- He assists that the Vela goal was due to a totally poor defense and says that a person must go up and challenge him.
You are there Preseason is friendly with no public access in the books. I'm not sure that much of this is happening apart from many exciting performances from people like Robinson and Barco who seem to play at a higher level than in the past seasons.
The team's final relationship will be held on Wednesday by Cal State Fullerton. They will be accepting the other LA team in the Galaxy. That game does not seem to have any plans for live stream, so we could be back with another glorious blind recall.