Galaxy at D.C. United

D.C. United 0 Galaxy 0

i-cf6b51cac1c69de63b236216fe1fc3cb-last dance.jpgSave the last dance for the Galaxy’s Todd Dunivant and DC United’s Luciano Emilio. (AP Photos)

You can always rely on Washington Post reporter Steven Goff for an elegant and thorough game story.

For comparison, check out the AP version. Yikes!

i-87ea82aadb5b67ccbd02a50ed3c19c81-beefcake.jpgObligatory, gratuitous Becks beefcake shot.

With two games at Home Depot Center today, I managed to see only the final 45 minutes of the game between bites of a sandwich at a pub. I saw little of note from the Galaxy.

What did you think? One reader of this blog described the Galaxy performance as a “debacle.” Harsh? Accurate? Are we back to blandness? Chime in.

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  • klf

    Re: beefcake

    Nice. Thanks, sweetstuff. šŸ˜›

  • Studs Up

    I called a debacle because of the overall poor team performance. You actually saw the better of the 2 halves. Call it fatigue, swine-inFLUence or what you want but it was Donovan’s poorest performance of the season.

    I’ve come to expect a better level of performance from this team every time they step on the field now and this wasn’t one of them. I warned you all after the Chicago game of the ineffective paring of Jovan and Mike up front and this game proved it. Beckham is NOT a central midfielder who can control a game against a busy and hard working opponent. He did almost nothing, gave the ball away as much as Donovan. Best LA players on the night were Omar and the ref for voiding a perfectly onside goal by Emilio and not awarding a PK on a Dunivent push on Emilio.