Galaxy vs. Red Bulls: Match Night Commentary

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The Los Angeles Galaxy will look to get their season rolling tonight against an injury-ravaged New York Red Bulls squad (8pm, ESPN2).

The Red Bulls come into the match missing three starting defenders, as well as star striker Rafa Marquez and midfielder Rafa Marquez. They take on a Galaxy side featuring all their top stars, including Landon Donovan, David Beckham and Robbie Keane.

SBI will provide live commentary on tonight's match so please feel free to follow the action here. As always, you are welcome to share your thoughts and opinions in the comments section below. 

Enjoy the action (Tonight's commentary is after the jump):

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12 Responses to Galaxy vs. Red Bulls: Match Night Commentary

  1. Polo says:

    Woah, Beckham was actually carded? April 1st?

  2. Polo says:

    Landon Donovan is a one-man disappearing act. Seriously, where is this guy? Let’s get out the milk cartons because he isn’t a leader.

  3. Marcia says:

    Ives, who is wearing armband for RBs?

  4. Big Chil says:

    L.A. stays in 7th in the West….

  5. Big Chil says:

    …behind all the better teams…

  6. Kevin_Amold says:

    Wow. No excuse for LA to be this unimaginative offensively.

  7. Polo says:

    Chad Barret has the skill of a college player so he takes cheap shots at the better guys. Sick.

  8. Polo says:

    Can we call it Arenas time? It’s the MLS version of Furgie time. 5 minutes? Jeez.

  9. AcidBurn says:

    I thought the same thing. MLS version of Fergie time. Stoppage time = Until LA scores.

    So which ref then is the MLS version of Howard Webb? Wears a Galaxy jersey under his ref shirt? :)

  10. Scott A says:

    Once again, in a parity league like MLS, it’s often about which team fights more, even if it is missing a lot of starters.

  11. 2tone says:

    LA has zero creativity in attack. It’s get the ball to Beckham and let him swing in crosses and long balls into the box. Would like to see Jose Villarreal get a chance to play with the first team soon. Keane non existent, Buddle uhm is he even close to an MLS qulaity striker, and Donovan yet again disappears for long stretches. Donovan better show more for the USMNT because there is a handfull of quality wingers coming soon i.e. Pontius, DeLeon, Gatt, Corona, Gyau. Hell Eddie Gaven looks better than Donovan does right now.

    Red Bulls looked comfortable all night long.

  12. Josh says:

    Did you just discover soccer this year? Your statement implies that you didn’t watch the ’10 World Cup, nor the MLS Cup final last year…