- Sierra Leone striker Augustine Wiliams made his LA Galaxy Major League debut in their 3-1 win over FC Dallas on Wednesday night at Dignity Health Sports Park.
Williams, 23, who was pleased with his side victory, described his debut appearance as a special moment.
He took to Twitter to expressed his delight: “A special moment for me making my MLS debut last night but more importantly happy to get the win in front of our amazing fans. 3 points secured,” he posted.
Malagasy professional Rayan Raveloson opener in the 17th and Kevin Cabral scored in the 27th gave Galaxy a smooth pathway to cruised to a 3-1 victory.
Williams was subbed on in the 71st minute to bookmark a dream debut for the club.
He will definitely be looking forward to their next outing against Vancouver Whitecaps on Saturday, July 17, at the BC Place stadium in Canada.
The Los Angeles metropolitan-based club standing third with 24 points behind Seattle and Kansas City, respectively.
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