Los Angeles Galaxy Rebound, Force Point Split With Toronto FC

There was no surprise that Bruce Arena's Los Angeles Galaxy would come into the contest looking a little rusty. After all, the team was recuperating from injuries with the 2010 FIFA World Cup break.

On Saturday at BMO Field, the G's got back into the familiar habit of earning points, rather than coming up empty. On a pitch that was drenched with heavy precipitation late into the night, the Galaxy held Toronto FC to another scoreless draw.

Really, though, the Galaxy looked and felt disconnected their first time out of the break. The passing was not crisp, and the shooting by the likes of Juninho was simply unacceptable. Tristan Bowen will have wanted to rue the opportunities he had with the ball.

To their credit, the Galaxy neutralized the TFC midfielders and never got them going offensively. Nick LaBrocca threatened with a triad of shots for the Reds.

But Donovan Ricketts only needed to make one save on the night at BMO, and that was a shot in the first hal...

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