February 15, 2019

SOCCER Story
By The Sports Xchange
Publish Date: May 8, 2016 06:06:50 PM


Galaxy 4, Revolution 2

Robbie Keane scored a pair of goals to propel the Los Angeles Galaxy past the New England Revolution 4-2 on Sunday afternoon at StubHub Center in Carson, Calif.
Giovani dos Santos and Steven Gerrard also had goals for Los Angeles (5-1-3), which has scored a league-leading 22 goals.
Kelyn Rowe and Juan Agudelo each scored for New England (1-3-7), which is 0-1-4 since a 1-0 win against the New York Red Bulls on April 1.
The Revolution's last visit to Los Angeles ended with a 2-1 extra time loss in the 2014 MLS Cup. New England hasn't won in the Los Angeles area since 2012.
Keane's strike in the 13th minute gave the Galaxy an early 1-0 lead, and he scored again in stoppage time at the end of the opening half.
Dos Santos added a goal in the 24th minute and assisted on Keane's second goal.
Rowe put the Revs on the board in the 67th minute, and Agudelo scored three minutes later to bring New England within a goal.
Gerrard's goal in second-half stoppage time put the contest out of reach.
Los Angeles visits Philadelphia on Wednesday and New England hosts Chicago on Saturday


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