Former Chelsea play maker, Frank Lampard added another goal to his MLS tally as he scored in the game again in the match against Seattle Sounders.
The goal was however contended as Sounders players claim the ball was controlled using his arm rather than his chest.
The 38-year old, who has struggled with injuries since finally resuming in the MLS despite the sale from Chelsea two years back, scored a goal in the previous game alongside Pirlo and Villa. The distinguished players are legends in their own right but have faced little problems since joining the MLS. The three scored in the 3-2 victory over Philadelphia Union, successfully ending their eight match unbeaten.
Lampard, who retired from international football for England after the 2014 World Cup, got his second goal as he was among the goal scorers as New York City thrash Seattle Sounders. Seattle were surprised by the shock 2-0 victory at home. The head coach Sigi Schmid kept on insisting that the ball was a handball, even after the game.
Lampard scored the goal in the first half in the 38th minute. Andrea Pirlo took the corner kick and the opposition cleared it but not out of the 18 yard box. R.J. Allen sent the ball back to the danger zone where Lampard chested the ball before scoring. Seattle goal keeper Stefan Frei Frei and defender Tyrone Mears immediately pushed for the goal to be ruled out on the handball basis but the referee didn’t agree.
After the game, Lampard was asked to comment on the goal. He said: