Soccer professionals have made comparisons between the U.S. Major League Soccer and the English Premier League. Though the English Premier League still remain the toughest and the best in the world there are lots of improvements in the U.S. Major League Soccer which is gaining momentum and greater popularity on the world stage.

Didier Drogba's comparison

Didier Drogba, a famous Ivorian Striker who once played for the English side, Chelsea and has now moved to Montreal Impact in the Major League Soccer has added his comparisons to both leagues. The Legendary player said in an interview that the Major Soccer is growing and it’s going to be one of the most competitive and toughest games in the world in the very near future.

According to Drogba, playing in the Major Soccer League is more difficult than playing in the EnglishPremiershipdue to thedistances between the competing teams. "If you miss your flight you can be stranded at the airport for about three to four hours and this is really affecting the league. Away wins are minimal because players usually get tired when they arrive due tedious journey and long distance unlike the Premier League where the distance between competing teams are close by," He said.

A game with global fans base

The English Premiershiphas a massive fan base cut across Europe, Africa, Asia, North America and Australia. It’s a highly competitive league and has been adjudged the best and toughest competition in the world.

The U.S. Major Soccer, on the other hand, is also an interesting game, though younger than the Premier League but has been predicted to be among the best and the most competitive competition in the world in a few years.

A promising league

The U.S. Major League Soccer has gathered momentum over the years following its signing of some of the World’s best soccer players to join the game.

This has improved the world ranking of the league and placed it in a promising level. Soccer lovers all over the world usually stick to their favorite teams during their league season, predicting and analyzing the probabilities and potentials of their teams to clinch the trophy.

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