LAFC losses a Heart Breaker to Real Salt Lake 3-2

Los Angeles, Calif — On Thursday night Los Angeles Football Club played its first ever Playoff game, they hosted Real Salt Lake for LAFC it was tough and disappointing performance after and incredible inaugural season and finishing third in the Western Conference with 57 points.

There was frustration with the fans; interfering with the flow of the game after angry supporters were throwing objects on the field and the referee hand to stop the game a few times.

LAFC was in the game the whole time but could not take advantage of their opportunities they out shot RSL 21-4 and controlled the ball nearly two-thirds of the game. But Real Salt Lake took advantage of their opportunities; Damir Kreilach #6 forward scored two incredible goals no one better than his second goal that cleared out softly by the LAFC defense. See his karate kid style goal below.. Just wow! That how the night was for RSL and it was the opposite for LAFC.

After the game we got to talk with LAFC forward Christian Ramirez who scored the teams second goal in the second half of the game after being in the game just nine minutes in. Ramirez share his thoughts on his performance and what head Coach Bob Bradley had to say about him.

Even though LAFC did not come out on top with the win they should be proud of how they performed all year. A big applause also goes to the ownership group and fans known as LAFC 3252 arguably the best in all of Major League Soccer that cheered their hearts out every night.