SANDY, UT - JUNE 20: Landon Donovan #10 of Los Angeles Galaxy and Real Salt Lake's Jamison Olave #4 fights for the ball during the first half of an MLS soccer game June 20, 2012 at Rio Tinto Stadium in Sandy, Utah. (Photo by George Frey/Getty Images)
Good morning Galaxy fans! Always a bit brighter outside when the Galaxy won the night before, yeah? What a crazy win too, with RSL making mistake on the back line allowing the Galaxy back into the match, and then the Galaxy doing a great job shutting down a potent offense in the last twenty minutes. Thrilling, just thrilling.
Well now on the second day of summer, I hope you've got something tropical to drink; maybe a little pineapple or orange something or other. Just sit back, relax, and let me and my Tiki God friend show you what the papers have been saying about the LA Galaxy:
GALAXY: Donovan avenges opening loss - Soccer Blog - ESPN Los Angeles
The Galaxy let a late two-goal lead slip away in a 3-2 loss to Real Salt Lake in their Major League Soccer opener three months ago, the first big....
Landon Donovan rallies Galaxy past Real Salt Lake, 3-2 - latimes.com
SANDY, Utah — Landon Donovan scored a goal in each half to fuel a rally from a two-goal deficit and lift the Galaxy to a 3-2 victory over Real Salt Lake on Wednesday night.
MLS: Donovan leads L.A. past Real Salt Lake, 3-2 | The Salt Lake Tribune
Sandy • Coming in, Landon Donovan had scored six times in 14 games against Real Salt Lake. On Wednesday, he added two more. Donovan and Los Angeles wiped away an early two-goal RSL advantage with a flood of goals.
MLS: Landon Donovan took advantage of RSL’s defensive mistakes | The Salt Lake Tribune
Sandy • The Los Angeles Galaxy did not start the 2012 season like MLS Cup champions. They and Landon Donovan certainly looked the part Wednesday in a come-from-behind 3-2 victory against Real Salt Lake in a sold-out Rio Tinto Stadium.
Read more: Real Salt Lake vs. Los Angeles Galaxy Report Card
SANDY — The scouting report on Fabian Espindola is make him go right. After the past week, it might be time for opponents to alter that defensive