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The MLS All-Star Game is getting closer. The soccer stars of Mexico and the United States will meet in a duel that will be played in the Banc of California Stadium. Javier “Chicharito” Hernández and Carlos Vela will command the North American team that will seek to be victorious over the set of André Pierre Gignac and company.
Bob bradley, Los Angeles FC coach, will be in charge of assuming the reins of this prestigious team. Among the stars of MLS are the two greatest figures of the city of Los Angeles: Carlos Vela (LAFC) and “Chicharito” (LA Galaxy). The Mexicans will put the flavor of the lead of the United States as a whole. In addition, they will be one of the footballers with the most experience and international experience who will be on the field.
In addition to the Aztec players, the MLS squad will have the representation of soccer players from other latitudes with a soccer tradition. Nani, former Portuguese international, will also be another of the bombastic pieces on Bob Bradley’s team. On the other hand, the scorer Raúl Ruidíaz will also boost the offensive of the North American team.
Liga MX vs. MLS: footballers who will represent United States soccer in the All-Star Game
Galaxy: Julian Araujo, Javier “Chicharito” Hernández.
LAFC: Eduard Atuesta, Jesús Murillo, Diego Rossi, Carlos candle.
New england: Gustavo Bou, Tajon Buchanan, Carles Gil, Matt Turner.
Saint Joseph: Cade Cowell.
Orlando City: Pedro Gallese, Nani.
Seattle Sounders: Yeimar Gómez Andrade, Nouhou, João Paulo, Alex Roldan, Cristian Roldan, Raul Ruidíaz.
Real Salt Lake: Damir Kreilach.
FC Dallas: Ricardo Pepi.
Minnesota United: Emanuel Reynoso.
Atlanta United: Miles Robinson.
Sporting Kansas City: Dániel Sallói.
New York City: James Sands.
Philadelphia Union: Kai Wagner.
Columbus Crew: Lucas Zelarayan.
Nashville: Walker Zimmerman.
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