The 25-year old defender has returned to his domestic club after representing his nation in the World Cup and is happy to be back with his club teammates.
"I wanted to come back and show the guys, 'Hey, I just played in the World Cup, but I'm very committed to this team and I think we can turn things around,' " Bornstein told the LA Timesafter the 1-1 draw with the Philadelphia Union in which he played 85 minutes. "This Saturday is the perfect opportunity to do that."
And Chivas coach Martin Vasquez was delighted to have the experience and quality of Bornstein back at his disposal.
"When you have an average of players in your midfield that aren't on top of 21, 22 years old," Vasquez said, "somebody like him, that has four or five years of MLS experience and international experience, is very valuable."