Not the only star in town! PSG striker Kylian Mbappe looks at how Gareth Bale’s new team Los Angeles FC extended their lead at the top of the MLS Western Conference with a 2-0 victory over the New York Red Bulls
- Kylian Mbappe was present when Los Angeles FC faced the New York Red Bulls
- LAFC have just signed Gareth Bale after leaving Real Madrid on a free transfer
- Juventus and Italy icon Giorgio Chiellini will also join the MLS side next season
- And Paris Saint-Germain striker Mbappe watched as LA won the match 2-0
- They are now four points ahead of the top of the MLS Western Conference table
Kylian Mbappe was present as the new club of Gareth Bale Los Angeles FC further led clearly in the top division of America.
MLS leaders LAFC signed Welsh wizard Bale on a one-year contract on a free transfer in a shock move for the former Real Madrid star.
The MLS Twitter account posted: ” sup @KMbappe. #LAFC x #RBNY join the Banc. ‘
Kylian Mbappe watched as Gareth Bale’s new club Los Angeles FC played Saturday
Bale, 32, spent nine seasons with the Spanish giants after taking part in a then-world record fee of £ 85 million, but his time there remained amid frustration among fans with his frequent injuries.
His contract with Los Blancos finally expired this summer and he went on a free transfer.
With the international with 106 caps wanting to get regular matches ahead of the Wales’ World Cup crusade in November, several clubs are vying for its services, including Cardiff from the Championship.
Cristian Arango scored as Steve Cherundolo’s side claimed a 2-0 home win over the Banc
The win leaves LAFC four clear at the top of the Western Conference with a match in hand
But the former Tottenham and Southampton star plumped for Steve Cherundolo’s west coast outfit LAFC on a 12-month contract.
And Mbappe, who signed an enormous new contract at PSG this summer to make him the highest paid player in the world, saw at the Banc how LAFC won 2-0 after two goals in four minutes from Cristian Arango and Diego Palacios.
The result leaves them four points away from second-placed Real Salt Lake in the Western Conference table, with a game in hand.
PSG forward Kylian Mbappe watches Gareth Bale’s new side Los Angeles FC extend their lead in MLS Source link PSG forward Kylian Mbappe watches Gareth Bale’s new side Los Angeles FC extend their lead in MLS