The LA Galaxy had a disappointing draw with D.C. United 2-2 on Saturday after conceding yet another late goal in a match. Robbie Keane and Landon Donovan had the biggest Match Impact Ratings in the match for the Galaxy. Donovan's impact after leaving the match due to injury was not replicated in the second half by his replacement Jose Villarreal.
Donovan led the Galaxy with a first-half MIR of 80 for an assist, two shots and a foul drawn. Keane was not far behind Donovan with a MIR of 78.6. Keane had a goal and an assist, three shots (two on target), two fouls committed and one foul drawn. Michael Stephens had a huge impact in his 13 minutes of action with a goal but did not play long enough in the match to gener a MIR.
After Keane, Donovan and Stephens, there wasn't much to write home about. Hector Jimenez only had a MIR of 23.4 Jimenez had three shots (all off target) and drew two fouls in 77 minutes. Defender Leonardo had a MIR of 19.8 for on foul committed and two fouls suffered. Marcelo Sarvas turned in a MIR of 19.3 for one off-target shot, three fouls committed and two fouls suffered.