CARSON, Calif. -- Landon Donovan was not to be denied on Sunday evening.
The LA Galaxy forward took sole possession of the MLS Regular Season goal scoring tally with a finish in the -- minute against the Philadelphia Union. The goal caps an emotional week for Donovan who was left off Jurgen Klinsmann's 23-man roster for the 2014 FIFA World Cup in Brazil. Donovan expressed his frustration on Saturday in his first training session back with the team, going as far to say that he believed he would be in contention to start.
The goal came in the 49th minute as Donovan finished a Robbie Keane cross for the record breaking goal.
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CARSON, Calif. -- The LA Galaxy Alumni defeated the Galaxy U-18's in their Alumni match as part of "Galaxy Family Reunion Night."
Cobi Jones and Jovan Kirovski scored for the Galaxy Alums in their first victory in the alumni match in two years.
Check out a photo gallery of the match below. Tell me how many ex-Galaxy stars you can count in the comments section.
The LA Galaxy will give away 10,000 M-Ball's (a peanut M&M shaped soccer ball) at the conclusion of Sunday's match against the Philadelphia Union. Fans will be able to put their M-Ball in their cars before returning to watch LA Galaxy II's match against Oklahoma City Energy FC at 8:00 p.m. PT without risk of missing out on the match. If you're unable to come on Sunday and want your own M-Ball, you can enter to win here.
You can still purchase tickets to the Galaxy Family Reunion by clicking here.
CARSON, Calif. -- In the latest edition of "What to Watch For" sponsored by C.J. Wilson Mazda, Cobi Jones and Joe Tutino break down LA's match against the Philadelphia Union
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In the latest edition of LAGalaxy.com's By the Numbers, we look at LA's match against the Philadelphia Union.
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Below is video of Landon Donovan's media availability from Saturday.
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CARSON, Calif. -- Below are a few notable quotes from Landon Donovan's media availbility.
Donovan was told after training on Thursday that he'd be excluded from the U.S. National Team's 23-man squad for the 2014 FIFA World Cup.
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(On whether he'd still go sabbatical again back in 2013 in retrospect...)
DONOVAN: Yeah, I would absolutely do the same thing. My performances and my stats and the way I've played since my sabbatical, I think, stand for themselves and speak for themselves, so I actually think I've been a much better player since I've came back.
(On Jonathan Klinsmann's tweet on his exclusion...)
DONOVAN: "To be honest, I don't really know his son well, so I'm not really sure where that came from.
(On whether he was pigeonholed by Klinsmann into being a forward...)
DONOVAN: "I think one of the real good attributes in my entire career has been my ability to play in a lot of different positions, a lot of different roles. Also, although I'm an attacking player, I think I help the team defend in certain ways. I think I help the team get results in certain ways, even when it's not attacking-wise. I think I have a lot of versatility, and I think my experiences over the years have contributed to me being able to do that, so I think I would have been able to help in a lot of ways."
(On if he thought the snub was personal...)
DONOVAN: "I think if I'm being judged solely on what happens in camp, then I absolutely deserved to be going to Brazil."
(On whether he'd retire from international duty...)
DONOVAN: "Honestly, I haven't had much time to think about that. I love this country. I love playing for this country. I've always loved representing this country, so I can't imagine that if I'm given another opportunity that I would say no, but assuming that I'm still capable. But at this point, I'm just trying to deal with the disappointment."