LA Galaxy 3, Real Salt Lake 1: Match Highlights

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20 Responses to LA Galaxy 3, Real Salt Lake 1: Match Highlights

  1. MassiveCrew says:

    Once again, link for those unable to view Silverlight. Took me 15 seconds to find. Way to exclude the rest of us Ives and

    Youtube: link to

  2. Gnarls says:

    I use Mac at home and PC at work and I have no problem viewing these videos on either. What’s the deal?

  3. go usa says:

    Silverlight doesn’t run on Linux but YouTube Flash does.

  4. MassiveCrew says:

    It also doesn’t run on some HTPCs. I use both, an HTPC and Linux and can view Silverlight on neither. And while I don’t care much for’s use of Silverlight, I do enjoy watching highlights of the matches.

  5. hogatroge says:

    Wow… with those shots off the woodwork could easily have been 4-3 instead of 3-1.

    Only saw about 15 minutes in the first half (inc. both goals), but looks like a cracker.

  6. Steve C says:

    The videos load for me, but my issue is that it toally cripples my computer for about 2 minutes while it loads up to 100%. I literally can’t do anything while it’s loading.

  7. jb says:

    Great match. Man has MLS come a long way.

    Hard to see Houston without Davis beating LA at LA. Hope they can make a game of it though.

  8. Kevin_Amold says:

    Excellent game. The better team on the day won, I’d say. My royals will have to lick their wounds until next year.

  9. Mental Assassin says:

    Beckham in the MLS isnt fair

  10. MassiveCrew says:

    Thank you Ives.

  11. MassiveCrew says:

    Espindola’s cracker off the post was an incredible shot. Glad it didn’t go in, but man was that nice.

  12. MassiveCrew says:

    Yeah, its instability is one of the main reasons almost everyone is dropping Silverlight. I’m just sad it’s taken everyone so long to do so.

  13. Ricky B. Free says:

    On the day? I am pretty sure the L.A. Galaxy has been the best team all season long.

  14. Ricky B. Free says:

    Kean should be called the teacher because he took RSL defense to school.

  15. Ricky B. Free says:

    or the bus driver.

  16. Gnarls says:

    MLS needs to step up its game then. Beckham is 36 and 1.5 years removed from a blown achilles. He’s truly great, I’m not doubting that, but it’s on MLS to nurture an environment where one team owning such a player isn’t “unfair.”

  17. Gnarls says:

    That’s how soccer is meant to be played. Keano sets a new standard in MLS.

  18. KevinL says:

    Keane might finally be the DP that the semi-interested soccer fan will take notice of– definitely a quality striker. His goal one v one with Olave had a very narrow window and he nailed it.

  19. Kevin_amold says:

    What exactly was wrong with what I said? Answer-nothing. Calm down.

  20. Mental Assassin says:

    I’m more complementing then complaining. His service and work rate is brilliant for the MLS