The Vancouver Whitecaps haven’t been playing well with the lead lately, but they just picked up three much-needed points.
Chivas USA hasn’t done that since beating the Whitecaps back in March.
Vancouver will try to extend its home unbeaten streak to eight matches Wednesday night when Chivas’ Jose Luis Real makes his MLS coaching debut.
After giving up a 2-1 first-half lead in a 3-2 loss at Seattle on June 8, Vancouver (5-5-4) held on for a 4-3 home win over New England on Saturday. The Whitecaps netted four consecutive goals - two by MLS player of the week Kenny Miller - before Brad Knighton allowed an 84th-minute score.
“I have no idea (why we struggle with the lead),” coach Martin Rennie, whose club is seventh in the Western Conference, told the Whitecaps’ official website. “It can’t be good for my health, watching these games
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