Argentine Bo and Asad score in American football

Argentine Gustavo Bo (New England Revolution) and Emil Asad (DC United) scored twice for their teams today, in a match against the 12th weekend of the Major League Soccer (MLS) competition in the United States.

31-year-old Beau, of Entre Rios, touched a post from Canada’s Tajon Buchanan under goal, to celebrate the provisional 2-0 win of Foxboro, Massachusetts (30m point), which finally tied 2.2 with Columbus Crew.

In this way, the former Racing Club striker added his sixth win in the competition, according to Flashscore.

As for Columbus Crew, winger Milton Valenzuela (formerly Newell’s) and Cordovan midfielder Lucas Zelarayan (formerly Belgrano) played.

For his part, the Buenos Aires Lion, 26, teamed up in DC United’s 7-1 victory over Toronto FC.

The former Velez Sarsfield player scored the sixth goal (Saint 40m) for the team led by Argentine Hernan Losada (former Independiente footballer with a past as a coach in Belgian football).

In one of the developments in history, Austin, aided by Tomás Pochettino (former Cordoba Workshops), apparently beat the Portland Timbers 4-1, who had former Lanus midfielder Diego Valeri in their ranks. (Tillam)

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