MLS All-Star: The perfect opportunity to show that MLS has overtaken Liga MX?


Javier “Chicharito” Hernndez will live a very special moment this Wednesday, during the All-Star Game between MLS and MX League takes place at Allianz Field in Saint Paul, Minnesota. The Los Angeles Galaxy the striker was chosen as the captain of the USA All-Star team. However, he is at a point where he can analyze the evolution of the two leagues and how his teams are currently competing.

This after missing last year Star Match due to injury. Now the top scorer of the Mexican national team in the history assured that the parity of the two tournaments is already very clear:

“I want to break the narrative that Liga MX is far superior to MLS. I will try to win, we are all excited and it is very good for both leagues to improve. We have a positive mentality, for compete. That’s what competition is anyway, it’s not easy, people think we come to have fun but no, we come to do our job, “said Chicharito Hernandez.

“MLS and Liga MX must learn from each other”

Beyond the competitiveness between the two national structures, Javier Hernandezcalled for continued coordinated work so that they can grow together in their football and infrastructure.

“The story always asks who is the best and how he comes out of it. From my point of view, it doesn’t matter who will be the best, because once is a, year and year, it happens on a global and international level, the Champions always change, but it’s better to learn from each other” said Chicharito Hernandez.

According to him, it doesn’t matter which league is doing better at the moment, because MX League: “can learn many things that MLS is fine. Also the MLS, which does it, sees all the qualities of the Liga MX, to add them and give them a special touch”.

For this reason, he explained that in games like the one on Wednesday, it will be an opportunity to close the gap and learn from the good things and the bad things.

La Liga MX seeks revenge this Wednesday

This will only be the second year in which the stars of the two leagues will face each other. The first meeting took place last year at the Banc of California Stadium in Los Angeles in front of 21,000 people.

During the 90 minutes, the duel ended tied 1-1, with goals from Jonathan Rodrguez (20′) for the Liga MX and Jess Murillo (53 ‘) equalized in MLS. The winner was decided in a penalty shootout, with the Americans winning 3-2.

Only Rubens Sambueza and Luis Romo scored for the Liga MX. Rogelio Funes Mori, Erik Lira and Salvador Reyes failed to score. For MLS, Ricardo Pepi scored the last goal.

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