Los Angeles Galaxy’s Landon Donovan sinks D.C. United 2-1

Deep into the second half, the majority of the 20,094 in attendance were having a sinking feeling that the Los Angeles Galaxy would incur their worst loss of the season to date.

It was a matter of "Here We Go Again."

I personally believe it should have been this way. No, as a matter of fact, I'm going to go one step further in my slicing and dicing: I believe it should have been 2-0 in favor of Ben Olsen's D.C. United. And it should have been Danny Allsopp playing their chicken thief, if not Pablo Hernandez. (That honor went instead to Mr. Andy Najar; more on him later.)

But there is a reason why Johnson Lyndon of Carib Press refers to the Galaxy simply as, "The Comeback Kids."

That reason: a man by the name of Landon Donovan.

In the 81st minute, Omar Gonzalez—whose services will take a leave of absence of Friday against the New York Red Bulls due to a card from a tactical foul in the 39th minute of play—found Landon Don...

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