Two goals for, nine goals against.
That was the final tally when all was said and done in the two CONCACAF Champions League play-in series involving MLS teams. Two goals scored, nine goals allowed.
You can blame the ugly results on the boatload of injuries to both New England (which loss its series to Trinidad & Tobago club Joe Public by an aggregate score of 6-1) and Chivas USA (which lost its series to Panamanian club Tauro FC 3-1), or you could choose to ignore that and use the results to condemn MLS for its salary cap and roster constraints.
So which one is it? Give your opinion below:
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