Legend of the Mexican National Team believes that Chicharito does not need Tata Martino.
As has happened since its appearance, the Clasico del Tráfico that was played in the MLS Playoffs did not skimp on emotions for the fans, who witnessed a new victory for Los Angeles FC, commanded by Carlos Vela, who needed a goal in the final moments of the match to beat Los Angeles Galaxy 3-2, Javier Chicharito Hernández 's team.
The triumph of the club where the Cancun native plays allowed them to access the final Western Conference of American soccer, the last step before thinking about reaching the definition for the maximum title, which they hope to achieve after being considered the best club of the regular phase.
Draw worthy of an intense first half
It didn't take long for Vela to show his ability at any stage of the game since, in the 23rd minute, he provided an assist for Denis Bouanga 's goal, who subtly defined the goalkeeper's exit to make it 1-0.
The Galaxy's response was accompanied by intensity and perseverance in search of the ball, which paid off when Chicharito managed to raise the pressure to force the error that allowed Samuel Grandsir to take the ball and score the equalizer at 44', which sent the game at halftime with a draw.
In the second half, Carlos Vela did not have a good time on the court, as he was reprimanded and left upset at 78' due to injury. However, his replacement, Kwadwo Opoku, inherited the Mexican's responsibility by getting involved in the 2 -1 for LAFC, as he assisted Denis Bouanga in the 80th minute.
Five minutes after the opposition's lead, Bosnian Dejan Joveljic used his talismanic skill to make it 2-2 for the Galaxy with a stunning shot that slipped into the corner, appearing to lead to an extension in the match.
However, in compensation time, a corner kick in favor of the locals became a blessing inside the rival area, the natural habitat of Cristian Chicho Arango, who pushed the ball that fell to him after the rebound given by the goalkeeper. And scored the final 3-2 to seal the pass to the final for LAFC.
The LA Galaxy was left with the desire to lift a new MLS title after several years of drought, so a new failure was consummated for the most-winning franchise in MLS, while Carlos Vela and his teammates are close to winning the first title in its history.