LA Galaxy vs. Club America: Takeaways from International Champions Cup Match

Los Angeles Galaxy opened their International Champions Cup foray vs. Club America with a 2-1 victory.

After a brilliant opening goal from CF America's Darwin Quintero, playing on the edge of the Galaxy's defensive line, then scoring through Brian Rowe's legs—Los Angeles battled back.

Former Tottenham Hotspur striker Robbie Keane leveled the scoreline, after a sublime first touch in the 45th minute; beating both his defender and the goalkeeper in one motion, the MLS MVP rolled the ball into an empty net.

Reigning MLS MVP Robbie Keane draws the Galaxy level with a first-class touch and finish. #ICConFOX

— FOX Soccer (@FOXSoccer) July 12, 2015 After a massive wave of eight new Galaxy players at halftime, the game stalled in the second half, but Alan Gordon gave Bruce Arena's side a 79th-minute winner—using his head to great effect, lobbing Club America keeper Hugo Gonzalez.

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