The Columbus Crew and Los Angeles FC played in MLS in an unprecedented final

The Columbus Crew and Los Angeles FC played in MLS in an unprecedented final

Rain will be a key player in the real fight for the MLS title. Field in Columbus will host a game that promises bad weather and, above all, good football. The grand final of these playoffs is a battle between the tactical approach and collective strength of the Columbus Crew and the agility and talent of Los Angeles FC men’s football.

In a game that will be played early in the afternoon (4:00 p.m. Ohio time) to make it easier to broadcast business hours to other parts of the world, the leading experts give the home team as the favorite, something new for the Californians, who throughout the playoffs are good candidates to win the West.

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On the other hand, Los Angeles FC relies on a good statistic to refute the idea that the Columbus Crew is a favorite, and that is that the Angelenos have not received a goal so far in the MLS Playoffs. They managed to leave teams like the Houston Dynamo, the Vancouver Whitecaps, and the Seattle Sounders to zero, the latter as a guest, so they also rely on their defensive strength when playing away from home.

On the part of Columbus, its great argument is the constant growth of this last part of the era. The great merit of the local team today is to enter the final by coming back from 2-0 against Cincinnati, the great candidate of the East, who also played the game at home.

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Main reasons

In this exciting final full of great attractions, we have two teams that already know how to play and win an MLS final. Los Angeles FC, which did not go further, won the title last season, although it was a local team. As for the Columbus Crew, they returned to the final three years later, even with the desire to become one of the historic teams in American sports in terms of titles.

The rain, the early schedule, and the wind chill came into play in an unprecedented finale that pitted two of the season’s greatest teams head-to-head. Los Angeles and Columbus will face off in the final battle of the year for the biggest prize of all.

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