CONCACAF Champions League: Are the Los Angeles Galaxy finished?

In the defense of Bruce Arena's Los Angeles Galaxy, it was a match day to forget for Major League Soccer.

Real Espana defeated the Colorado Rapids, 2-1; FC Dallas got shut out by Pumas UNAM, 2-0; the Seattle Sounders saw their house broken by Herediano, 1-0; and the Galaxy dropped an important contest against Liga Deportiva Alajuelense by the same scoreline, with Pablo Antonio Gabas tying the season series at one victory and one defeat.

The only winner from MLS was Toronto FC. Toronto, of all teams! They swept Tauro with a 1-0 victory at BMO Field, but paled in comparison to the USA, getting shutout this week in the CONCACAF Champions League.

This brings up the question for Los Angeles: is it finished in terms of progressing?

Sure, Los Angeles has one more chance to salvage some pride on the road when it faces C.D. Motagua, but it has to put up with Monarcas Morelia at the Home Depot Center, and that will not be an easy state of affai...

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