LAFC started the game with a lineup much like the one that beat New York City FC in last Friday’s friendly.
LAFC from XI (4-3-3): Sisniega; Blackmon, Jakovic, Harvey, Palacios; Blessing, Guido, Duke; Rodriguez, Perez, Vela
Dallas from XI (4-2-3-1): Gonzalez; Cannon, Hedge, Ziegler, Hollingshead; Acosta, Sylvania; Ferreira, Barrios, Mosquera; Ondrusek
The team played on three stages in 30 minutes, with the first goal of the game in the 30th minute, brian Rodriguez scoring two consecutive games in the pre-season, giving LAFC a 1-0 lead.
However, In the 45th minute, Jesus Ferreira tied the score against FC Dallas in a padded volley and tied the score 1-1.
LAFC took the lead again through the FCD’s apparent goal, but the visitors returned to the wing and had a big prospect that striker Ricardo Pepi would attack against a long cross.
The backbackof this play was Jordan Harvey (he never played here in a competitive game), Tristan Blackmon (who played part-time there), and Philippe Edimadu (3gk.2) It is worth noting that it seemed to be in.
With this year’s competitive game, there’s probably a lot of work to be done for these players to get on this stage together.
There was an apparent trial, and Benjamin reported that he was from Ghana. The LAFC’s sub included Players from Edimadu, Jacques Harahan and several LAFC Academy – Christian Torres was registered in the post-match Periscope by Vince La Rosa and Max Bretos.
Diego Palacios appeared to be suffering from a crunchy tackle at the beginning of the game
So three pre-season matches for LAFC go down one.
They will play against Toronto FC at the bank for a public match (tickets required) next Wednesday afternoon.
This match will give the best look ever for the first-time players before the CONCACAF Champions League, given that there are at least five suspected holders who have not yet submitted to LAF in this pre-season. Let’s hope that the top alignment is running on it.