Mexican soccer players in MLS continue to give a lot to talk about, and now Ronaldo Cisneros, former Chivas player, has scored his first goal with Atlanta United, the club where his compatriot Jurgen Damm played a few months ago.
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Cisneros left Chivas in the winter transfer window and has not been able to fully establish himself with Atlanta, but he is taking advantage of the minutes he has played in MLS and this is the fruit of his efforts.
Ronaldo Cisneros' MLS goal
On this day Atlanta United played against Inter Miami, former team of Rodolfo Pizarro, who returned to Liga BBVA MX with Rayados.
The match was 0-0 until the 13th minute, Atlanta looked to generate a dangerous opportunity and got a corner kick. Although it seemed to have no major danger, the ball flew into the area and despite the 'carom' of players, the goal would fall.
Ronaldo Cisneros had a double shot attempt, the ball was left behind him, but after settling in he managed to beat Nick Marsman, making it 1-0 for Atlanta United in another round of the North American league.
Ronaldo Cisneros has participated in 3 matches this season with Atlanta United, where he has not added assists but has scored his first goal. Mexican players Brandon Vázquez and Chicharito Hernández are the season-scoring leaders with 5 goals each.
Atlanta United ended up losing the match 2-1 against Inter Miami and are in fifth place with 11 points in the eastern conference after 8 rounds.
The striker will look to convince Atlanta of his services
The former Chivas Rayadas del Guadalajara striker arrived on loan on July 7 with an option to extend the agreement until the end of the 2022 season and a purchase option.
The Mexican had six months without scoring, as his last goal was with Chivas on October 17, 2021.