Los Angeles Galaxy vs. Sporting Kansas City: 6 Things We Learned

The Los Angeles Galaxy drop yet another match in Major League Soccer play, losing 1-0 to Sporting Kansas City at Livestrong Sporting Park.

Kei Kamara's header in the 41st minute was all Sporting needed in a performance that lacked offensive production.

Here are six things we learned from Saturday's match between the Galaxy and Sporting Kansas City.

1. David Beckham's absence made all the difference.

When any of Los Angeles's main players are not in the lineup, bad things tend to happen. Although the outcome wasn't as bad as it could have been, David Beckham's play-making abilities are an asset to the Galaxy.

No Beckham equals no victory due to the lack of off the ball movement.

2. Improved defending from LA

Although the result was the Galaxy's first shut-out loss of the season, the back-line of Sean Franklin, A.J. DeLaGarza, Todd Dunivant and Tommy Meyer held their own for the majority of th...

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