Vancouver Whitecaps desperate to use cup win as catalyst for MLS away form

    The Vancouver Whitecaps haven’t exactly been good travellers this season.

    All 11 of their points so far this season have come at BC Place, making them the only remaining side in Major League Soccer not to pick up anything away from home.

    But there is a silver lining; the ‘Caps did manage to battle from 1-0 down to salvage a late 1-1 draw in their Canadian Championship quarter-final match away at CanPL team Cavalry FC. That forced the game into extra-time and, eventually, a penalty shootout, which Vancouver won 5-3.

    And despite still suffering away, the Whitecaps have been improving overall, losing just once in their last six games across all competitions – 2-1 away at Charlotte FC. Head coach Vanni Sartini is certain their resilience in enemy territory against Cavalry is a sign of their improvement.

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