Missing star striker Robbie Keane through injury yet again and winless on the road so far this season, the Galaxy will seek their first victory in five years at Red Bull Arena today against an unbeaten opponent that leads MLS.
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Read more here. And before anyone asks, it doesn’t appear all three goals are available on YouTube
From the U.S. Soccer press release:
In six matches between the U.S. U-23’s and Mexico since 1992 (when Olympic soccer was first designated as an Under-23-tournament), the USA has gone 5-2-0, including a victory during the squads last matchup on Feb. 29, 2012 by a score line that has become familiar for these two rivals: 2-0.
Mexico, the defending Olympic champion, went an undefeated 10-0-1 in its 11 matches in 2012 on the way to the gold medal and will look to continue that success with the 20-man roster it has brought to Carson for this match.
The 2015 CONCACAF Men’s Olympic Qualifying championship will be played in the United States from Oct.1-13.
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Galaxy beat writer Phil Collin has the gameday preview. Will Robbie Keane returm to lead the LA front line? Read more here.
It would sure seem that way.
Check out how Sporting Kansas City fared in their last outing: