LA Galaxy’s Offense Fails To Deliver in 1-1 Draw with Revolution

I have come to this cruel conclusion, this necessary evil of a assessment: The teams in Major League Soccer that will lift trophies in the fall are those that can win games in the rain.

Another assessment: the match referee waving an arm up and down is, for all intents and purposes, a middle-fingered salute to bastions of fans supporting a team that supposedly scored a would-be goal.

Interpretations and concessions aside, Bruce Arena's Los Angeles Galaxy needs to learn how to win matches in adverse conditions if it wants to at least defend its Supporters' Shield. Sunday's 1-1 draw with Steve Nicol's New England Revolution saw Los Angeles squander three would-be goals.

Of course, it could be seen as Hilario Grajeda giving New England and Shalrie Joseph—who should have made the match a 2-1 decision to the Revs had it not been for a shot that hit the post in the second half—a free pass.

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