LA Galaxy 1, New York Red Bulls 2
May 10, 2008
The Home Depot Center – Carson, Calif.
NY – Danleigh Broman 1 (Unassisted) 21’
LA – Alan Gordon 3 (Mike Randolph 1, Greg Vanney 2) 77’
NY – Juan Pablo Angel 1 (Dane Richards 1) 78’
LA – Sean Franklin (Yellow Card) 22’
LA – Brandon McDonald (Yellow Card) 32’
NY – Dave van den Bergh (Yellow Card) 39’
LA – David Beckham (Yellow Card) 67’
NY – Kevin Goldtwhaite (Yellow Card) 75’
LA Galaxy: Steve Cronin, Greg Vanney, Troy Roberts, Sean Franklin, Chris Klein, Brandon McDonald, Joe Franchino (Bryan Jordan 83’), Mike Randolph, David Beckham©, Landon Donovan, Alan Gordon.
Subs Not Used: Josh Wicks, Julian Valentin, Michael Gavin, Abel Xavier, Josh Tudela, Israel Sesay.
New York Red Bulls: Jon Conway, Hunter Freeman, Jeff Parke, Kevin Goldthwaite, Dave van den Bergh, Luke Sassano, Danleigh Borman (Carlos Mendes 58’), Dane Richards (John Wolyniec 82’), Mike Magee (Chris Leitch 90’), Jozy Altidore, Juan Pablo Angel©.
Subs Not Used: Zach Thornton, John Gilkerson, Chris Megaloudis, Sinisa Ubiparipovic.
- With the loss, the Galaxy’s record stands at 2-3-2 on the season, giving them eight points and leaving them tied for third place in the Western Conference standings.
- Galaxy forward Bryan Jordan made his MLS debut in the 83rd minute, coming on for Joe Franchino.
- Alan Gordon’s goal in the 77th minute was the 10th of his MLS career. Gordon is the 20th player in Galaxy history to score 10 or more goals with the club.
- Chris Klein made the 92nd consecutive start of his MLS career, leaving him within one game of tying Kevin Hartman’s MLS record of 93 consecutive starts that he put together from August 21, 2002 until September 10, 2005.
- With the loss, the Galaxy are now 0-2-0 against the MLS Eastern Conference, compared to 2-1-2 against the West.
- The attendance for tonight’s game was 27,000. It is the second consecutive home sellout for the Galaxy and third in five home meatches this season.
- On Monday the Galaxy will fly to Edmonton, Alberta Canada where they will play a friendly against the Vancouver Whitecaps on Tuesday, May 13. That game will kick off at 6 p.m. (PT) and be aired on KWHY Channel-22.
- The Galaxy are back in action in MLS play on Sunday, May 18 when they host the New York Red Bulls at The Home Depot Center. The match will kick off at 7:30 p.m. and can be seen live on FSN West.