TORONTO, CANADA - MARCH 7: Landon Donovan #10 of the Los Angeles Galaxy celebrates a second half goal with teammates during CONCACAF Champions League game action against the Toronto FC March 7, 2012 at the Rogers Centre in Toronto, Canada (Photo by Brad White/Getty Images)
Good afternoon Galaxy fans. 2-2 in Toronto is a fairly good result all things considered. If it were tennis, the game would be advantage Galaxy; and since the Galaxy have the serve it's game point. Before the thrilling conclusion, however, the Galaxy take a day off today, then tomorrow get ready for the MLS season opener on Saturday. Things sure are busy these days. So put your feet up, and check out a few reports on yesterday's action, and the obligatory MLS retrospectives on the tenth anniversary of contraction.
LA Galaxy snatch draw in Toronto as Beckham finally escapes red tape | Football | guardian.co.uk
Toronto FC 2-2 LA Galaxy Concacaf Cup quarter-final 1st leg; Rogers Centre, Toronto
Donovan, Magee lead Galaxy rally in Toronto – USATODAY.com
Landon Donovan scored the tying goal in the 89th minute and the Los Angeles Galaxy rallied from a 2-0 deficit to secure a 2-2 tie with Toronto FC.
Galaxy offers TFC a blueprint in how to build a winner
Maybe after Toronto FC and the L.A. Galaxy clash inside Rogers Centre on Wednesday, in the first leg
Kelly: Toronto FC gives fans a show, and Galaxy all they can handle - thestar.com
Sometimes, a game transcends its result, and Wednesday’s 2-2 draw between TFC and the L.A. Galaxy before a raucous, sellout crowd at the Rogers Center was one of those times.
MLS thriving decade after barely hanging on - Boston.com
Don Garber was still in the infancy of his tenure as commissioner of Major League Soccer when the league faced legitimate uncertainty about its future and was forced to fold two underperforming