The coronavirus stops another 'monstrous' season of Carlos Vela

in #marlians4 years ago

The level shown by Carlos Vela at the start of the Major League Soccer and the Concacaf Champions League has been spectacular. The Mexican striker augurs another great season after scoring four goals in four games, being a key player for the historic comeback against León in the Concachampions and the undefeated LAFC holds after two days of MLS.

However, everything has been put on hold by the coronavirus. Even the United States League will not resume its activities in eight weeks, when a 30-day postponement had originally been estimated.

The recess could cut the frenetic pace and the goalscoring average (goal per game) for the former Arsenal and Real Sociedad footballer.


In addition, his start in the two days of MLS before the break by COVID-19 was also very productive, after scoring the winning goal on the opening date against Inter Miami by Rodolfo Pizarro and the same in the draw to three against Philadelphia.

The previous season, Carlos Vela finished with 38 goals in 36 games (between MLS and US Open Cup). The unknown now is whether the Aztec World Cup will be able to beat his own record despite the long wait for the coronavirus.

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