— LA Galaxy (@LAGalaxy) July 23, 2014
— Sporting Kansas City (@SportingKC) July 23, 2014
More on the Galaxy-United game is here.
Other televised games today include:
4:30 p.m. Liverpoool-Roma on NBCSN from Boston
Need to get caught up after a busy summer weekend? You’ve come to the right place.
Despite goals from top goalscorers Robbie Keane and “Cubo” Torres respectively — both added to the MLS All-Star Game roster incidentally — the Galaxy and Chivas USA both fell to Sporting Kansas City and D.C. United respectively.
Check out the Robbie Keane goal:
Next up for the Galaxy: Manchester United Wednesday at the Rose Bowl who have added a certain Javier Hernandez to its travel roster. I will have more on the humbling fall of Manchester United in Tuesday’s column.
Chivas USA face the Rapids in Colorado Friday.
- Los Angeles News Group Galaxy beat reporter Phil Collin has the game basics.
- Here’s the perspective from New England.
- Here’s how the contest, one of four midweek MLS games tonight, breaks down statistically.
Wonder where they got the name LA Riot from Galaxy fans?
Read more here.
— Mashable (@mashable) July 15, 2014
— Mesut Özil (@MesutOzil1088) July 15, 2014
A photo gallery is here.
— World Cup 2014 (@PostWorldCup) July 13, 2014
These were the scenes in San Pedro and Downey:
Most dedicated soccer fans watched with others of their ilk:
— Nick Green (@LAsoccerblog) July 13, 2014
The sun has set on the 2014 World Cup:
— KICKTV (@KICKTV) July 13, 2014