The MLS All-Star Game might be a feature, yet from the main kick plainly the players on the pitch needed to best one another.

After previously winning the Skills Challenge, MLS finished the scope of the Mexican first class with a 2-1 triumph over the Liga MX All-Stars on Tuesday night in St. Paul, Minn.

The fight for incomparability between Liga MX and Major League Soccer has been happening for a really long time yet with the outcome of the United States men's public group,

 the Seattle Sounders winning Concacaf Champions League and MLS having its most grounded move window ever, it seems like the scales are shifting.

The MLS All-Stars got both of their objectives from noticeable players who could go on and on about playing in Liga MX.

Previous Chivas and Mexico global Carlos Vela scored the initial objective of the game with a fine header only three minutes in:

Being teed up by his Los Angeles FC colleague Diego Palacios, Vela wouldn't miss.

 He was likewise beginning close to a natural face in Javier "Chicharito" Hernandez, another Chivas and previous Mexico man,

as the cross-town rivals pulled on a similar shirt interestingly since the 2018 World Cup, where both were all the while addressing El Tri.

 As they probably will not be at the 2022 World Cup in Qatar, the opportunities to play together are presently rare, however they had their minutes.