United faces tough test on the road
ALBUQUERQUE, N.M.- New Mexico United is hoping to learn lessons after two consecutive losses.
"We have to take ownership over the idea of when the ball is going back and forth, back and forth, that’s a tough game to play," said coach Troy Lesesne. "That’s not our style of play. We want to make sure we’re in control."
New Mexico United’s schedule doesn’t get any easier.
New Mexico will take on El Paso on the road Saturday.