Mexicans Abroad

Mexicans Abroad, MLS: Week 34

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As the MLS season is nearing the finish line, there are many teams in both conferences still battling for a playoff position. Week 34’s most offensive game was in Salt Lake City, where the Quakes played spoiler to a Real Salt Lake playoff run.

Fierro Scores in Goal Fest

Carlos Fierro scored and assisted in the San Jose Earthquake’s 4-3 win over Real Salt Lake. Scoring in the 37th minute, Fierro opened the scoring for San Jose and assisted a Chris Wondolowski goal to give the Quakes a 2-1 lead at halftime. Fierro subbed out in the 70th minute while Oslwaldo Alanis played the full 90 and received a yellow card. Eduardo ‘Chofis’ Lopez was not a part of the active roster for the game. San Jose remains in 10th place after the win and will miss the playoffs.

The Rest

Rodolfo Pizarro played 35 minutes in Miami’s 3-1 loss to NYCFC. Erick ‘Cubo’ Torres and Jurgen Damm were not featured in Atlanta United’s 1-1 draw with Toronto FC.

The LA Galaxy play the Seattle Sounders Monday night. LAFC will host the Vancouver Whitecaps Tuesday night. 


MLS Standings 


With just a week left in the MLS season, here is how the standings look for the teams still in playoff contention:


  1. New England Revolution 73 Points
  2. Philadelphia Union 53 Points
  3. Nashville SC 53 Points
  4. NYCFC 50 Points
  5. Orlando SC 48 Points
  6. Atlanta United 47 Points
  7. New York Red Bulls 46 Points

      8. DC United 44 Points

      9. Columbus Crew 44 Points 

     10. Montreal Impact 43 Points



  1. Sporting Kansas City 58 Points
  2. Seattle Sounders 58 Points
  3. Colorado Rapids 58 Points
  4. Portland Timbers 49 Points
  5. Minnesota United 48 Points
  6. Vancouver Whitecaps 47 Points
  7. LA Galaxy 46 Points

      8.Real Salt Lake 45 Points

      9. LAFC 44 Points




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