Erick “Cubo” Torres has less than three months until he makes his permanent move to Major League Soccer and the Houston Dynamo, and while he’s struggling to breaking into Chivas de Guadalajara’s Liga MX first team, the 22-year-old striker continues to make the most of his limited playing time.
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Torres, who has made just two substitute appearances in league play this season, has been a regular in Chivas’s Copa MX team, making five appearances in that competition, with his latest coming on Tuesday night. In Chivas’s 1-0 victory over second-division side Irapuato, Torres scored the game’s only goal, an outside-of-the-foot curler from 12 yards out.
Torres will join the Dynamo following the conclusion of the current Liga MX Clausura season, which concludes in May.