“Lunatics” claimed to have at least won second place in their division
Colorado Springs was defeated 4-2 by El Paso Locomotive on Wednesday night after they scored two goals in the closing minutes. With the exception of a second consecutive win, and nine games without losing, they were at least in second place. His division, and the home playoffs in the 2021 USL Championship.
With 58 points, Border Machine was the only leader of the Western Mountain Division. Switchbacks came in third place with 45 points.
At Southwestern University Park, Ricardo Sakarías, Marca King, Lucio Solignac, and Diego Luna were the scorers for Lokos, while Haji Barry and De Jean Beckford scored for Colorado. For Zacarías, this was his first goal in a uniform for the 11th time.
Zacarías equalized the score in the 21st minute, ending Nick Ross’ foul.
After Barry’s five-minute break, Colorado took the lead in the second half.
Beckford scored a goal in the 35th minute.
Marcakin went all out in the second half to find an equalizer. Marcakin executed a corner kick in the 61st minute and put the ball in the back of the net.
The visiting team was able to stop the ball by launching a quick counterattack in the 97th minutes. Solignac quickly grasped the situation, and served Diego Luna. Diego Luna had to only send the ball back to the goal of the visiting team, 4-2.
When the game started smelling like a new draw between the two teams, Eder Borelli sent a precise cross to Solignac’s position, which ended up 3-2. Conducive for locomotives.
Locos will be facing the Los Angeles Galaxy II on Saturday, California.