LAFC will have the 2022 MLS Cup last against either the Philadelphia Association or New York City FC after a predominant 3-0 win over Austin FC in Sunday

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A Cristian Arango header and an own objective from Austin's Maximiliano Urruti, both from Carlos Vela corners,

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, put LAFC in full oversight of an uneven challenge. Substitute Kwadwo Opoku added a late third in the 81st moment to affirm the Dark and Gold's place in its most memorable MLS Cup.

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The Allies' Safeguard victors, and favorites in the MLS end of the season games, presently anticipate the champs of the Eastern Meeting last to be played later on Sunday.

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"Our folks made a vehement showing," LAFC mentor Steve Cherundolo said.

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"That was the best I have seen executing our match play from the start as far as possible. I'm extremely pleased with the folks,

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 yet what I encountered in the storage space was hunger and a need for more."

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LAFC fans disclosed an emotional Halloween-themed tifo in front of the opening shot and the hosts continued to slice Austin FC separated in the opening 45 minutes.

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