Highlights that left the end of week 2 of the MLS

Collage of Zlatan Ibrahimovic, Carlos Vela and Frank de Boer of the MLS

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Carlos Vela named as the best of the week, Marco Fabian had his first red card in the USA, and Zlatan Ibrahimovic marked the second day of the MLS.

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MLS week 2 finished with the victory of LAFC over the runner-up, Portland Timbers, showcasing the offensive power Bob Bradley's squad has as the great form of Mexican striker, Carlos Vela.

We bring you the five stood out moments of the second week of the Major League Soccer, including the bad start of the MLS champion, the nightmare of a day of Marco Fabián or the lack of offensive power the LA Galaxy has without Zlatan.

Carlos Vela MVP of the week

The Mexican striker leads his team to beat the Portland Timbers 4-1 at the Banc of California Stadium; Vela was in charge of organizing the attacking line of LAFC where he got two assists and one goal. Los Angeles FC got their second win of the season leading the Western Conference.

Frank de Boer cannot win

The time after 'Tata' Martino is not starting in the right way as the current MLS champions have not been able to win after two weeks into the season and could be out of the Concacaf Champions League.

The task is not easy, and even though the team shows good soccer, they couldn't win against Cincinnati, the MLS debutant, though they managed to tie the game by the end of the match.

Marco Fabián dark match

The Mexican midfielder on the second-day match of his journey at the MLS missed a penalty that meant the temporary tie against Sporting Kansas City, but that was not it as Marco Fabián was sent off after due to hard entry on SKC player, Johnny Russell getting his first red card on the American League.

Wondoloski without goal

The striker of the San José Earthquakes' still out of goal in this 2019 season, which reflects on the points the team of coach Matías Almeyda has.

The Argentine strategist needs to make some changes for week 3 when they face the New York Red Bulls, with two losses at home, the Quakes need to get points to motivate the fans.

LA Galaxy needs Zlatan

LA Galaxy had a low performance against FC Dallas, the squad coached by Guillermo Barros Schelotto showed they lack offensive power when Zlatan Ibrahimovic is not on the pitch. The Swedish striker missed the game in Texas due to muscle discomfort.