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By Fred Altieri
Sports Reporter 

LAFC beats Real Salt Lake and loses to Portland

 

Jevone Moore

Kim Moon-Hwan and the rest of his LAFC teammates will play three home games in a row starting with the game of Saturday against Vancouver at 7:30 p.m.

Los Angeles Football Club was suddenly taking form, but they ran into a roadblock last Wednesday night when they played the Portland Timbers at Provident Park. They lost the game 2-1 in the final minutes of overtime. LAFC was riding a three-match winning streak, its longest since the summer of 2019.

LAFC knew the Portland game was going to be a fight to the finish. "They're (Portland) a team that has experience and you know that when you play them, guys like (Diego) Valeri and Diego Chara will be ready," said LAFC head coach Bob Bradley after their 2-1 win over Real Salt Lake last Saturda...



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