Omar Gonzalez Breaks Chicago Fire Hearts Again in LA Galaxy 2-1 Victory

The drought is over.

Last season at Toyota Park, the Los Angeles Galaxy's Omar Gonzalez equalized at the death to take victory away from the jaws of the Chicago Fire in their 2-2 draw.

On Sunday, Gonzalez broke the hearts of Fire fans in Bridgeview yet again, scoring on a 72nd minute corner kick from Argentine international Miguel Lopez to break the two-game winless streak for Bruce Arena's club in a 2-1 victory.

Chad Barrett opened the scoring for the G's in the 42nd minute of play.

While Dominic Oduro was able to pull one back in the 89th minute, the goal came too little too late, as the Galaxy defense held firm in their own third, which was part of the theme of the day for Los Angeles.

Another part: bad finishing from Chicago, namely Marco Pappa, who had a lion's share of chances to finish, all of them missing wide of the the mark.

Meanwhile, Los Angeles's shoddy passing was more polished as the match wore on, though they still need to work ...

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