This win reverberated all over the world folks. Of course, the papers (I'm gonna stop saying broadsheets, papers is pretentious enough) in New York and Los Angeles wrote up the win, but in London they were singing songs about David Beckham's toughness (more to come on that, right here this afternoon). In Ireland, they were merely rejoicing that Robbie Keane survived. Let's take a look at what the papers are saying this morning about the LA Galaxy:
Galaxy wins again to advance in MLS playoffs - latimes.com
Over the last three seasons no Major League Soccer team has won more regular-season games than the Galaxy.
Galaxy's quest continues, to face Real Salt Lake in conference final - LA Daily News
Before it started, it could have been said that there was a feisty undercurrent. By the time it started, feisty was the current, as strong as the gulf stream.
Galaxy Quest! Sports writers can never resist a good pun. History is written by the victors, unless you read what the vanquished wrote.
The bane of the Red Bulls’ season — conceding goals on dead-ball plays — proved costly in Major League Soccer’s Western Conference semifinals Thursday night.
Former Red Bull Mike Magee, Landon Donovan lead Galaxy
Agony and ecstasy for David Beckham | Football
David Beckham was today hailed as 'an inspiration' after the battered and bruised midfielder guided LA Galaxy a step closer to the MLS Cup following their 2-1 victory over the New York Bulls.
McGeady aiming to be Ireland's best - The Irish Times - Fri, Nov 04, 2011
Soccer: Republic of Ireland winger Aiden McGeady is ready to surpass captain Robbie Keane as the country’s number one player. The 25-year-old Spartak Moscow midfielder insists he is not there yet but believes he can assume Keane’s mantle in the coming years.