step- When New Mexico United had already won, Brazil’s Leandro Carrijo scored and the El Paso Motorsport team saved a 1-1 draw on Saturday night in the first game of the 2021 U.S. Champions League he participated in.
In front of more than 5,000 fans in Southwest University Park, Locos was able to save the South American striker’s last-minute goal.
In the 12th minute of the second half, the Albuquerque team defensively lowered Bianders when they quickly picked up the phone, making them stand out on the scoreboard. Harry Swartz got a long pass from his own field and entered the area from the right, and before goalkeeper Logan Ketterer left to send the cross, Devin Sandoval ( Devon Sandoval) swept and pushed the ball behind the net.
After El Paso scored on the machine, he quickened his pace, looking for an equalizer. When Diego Luna and Carrijo built a wall, entered the area, shot, and the ball was deflected by goalkeeper Alexandros Tambakis, he Fast forward.
Los Locos kept looking for an equalizer and was rewarded shortly before the end of the game. Luna on the left took the center forward in the second position, the Mexican Aarón Gómez flinched, Carrijo was faster than his mark, and his right leg pushed the ball To the back of the goal to save the first game of the season.
The El Paso Locomotive will return to action until Saturday, May 22, when the Rio Grande Bulls will be hosted.