Los Angeles Galaxy vs. Chicago Fire: Bright Spot for Galaxy in Gonzalez
One of the bright spots from the Los Angeles Galaxy’s 2-1 defeat to the Philadelphia Union is the return of Omar Gonzalez, who logged 45 minutes of playing time before being subbed out at the break.
Gonzalez is expected to play a full match for the first time this season against the Chicago Fire (kickoff: 12 p.m. PT/3 p.m. ET, ESPN and ESPN Deportes).
"I was really happy to get out there," Gonzalez told MLSSoccer.com’s Luis Bueno. "I was pretty nervous the whole day, but once the ref blew the whistle, I was ready to go and I felt comfortable.
"I felt like I could've gone like 10 more minutes, but we just decided to stick to the plan, just as a thing where you don’t want to play too many minutes. This is sort of a kind of progression, so this game I got 45 minutes, maybe next game I get 60 and you know, go from there."
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