Rob Friend reflects on the LA Galaxy's failed second half comeback against Club Tijuana

There weren't many silver linings in the LA Galaxy's CONCACAF Champions League defeat to Club Tijuana, but the play of target striker Rob Friend may bode well for the future. 

In my latest piece for, Friend talks about his strong showing against Club Tijuana. Following the match, I asked Friend about the mood in the Galaxy locker room following their 3-0 first half drubbing against Club Tijuana that ultimately ended in a 4-2 defeat and an exit in the CCL. 

"We had to dig deep, we had to show some character. You are never down and especially when you are away like this, all we had to do was get two goals and we were back in the game and we would have advanced," said Friend. "I think that last goal kind of killed us but we still showed and I think that if we would have played ten more minutes in that game we could have got a result. I think Tijuana was happy that the game ended when it did because we were pressuring them and I don’t think they could have handled us at the end there."