In the first local game in the history of the Charlotte F.C., Los Angeles Galaxy he ruined the party for the locals with a victory where he had absolutely nothing left over. The great goal of the Mexican Efraín Álvarez was the definitive difference of the match.
It was an equal matchup between both franchises, where the Galaxy were able to delve a little deeper into the field than the North Carolina light blue team, who had possession of the ball, but did not know what to do with it.
As a special seasoning of the meeting, Charlotte FC fans were the protagonistscompletely filling the Bank of America Stadium and thus achieving the New attendance record in the history of the Major League Soccer (74,479).
First time of domination by the Galaxy
Despite some insistence on attacking position by the locals, they never generated danger for the Los Angeles Galaxywho did have clear chances to get ahead on the scoreboard, although the posts and a very good performance by goalkeeper Kristijan Kahlina kept them from scoring.
Great goal from Efrain Alvarez
The Mexican born in the United States, Efraín Álvarez, managed to put the difference on the scoreboard after several minutes of besieging Charlotte FC with a goal from another game from outside the area. The 19-year-old made it 1-0 with a beautiful left foot that nailed at an angle.