Landon Donovan played in his first MLS match for Los Angeles Galaxy since being left of the U.S. men’s national team’s World Cup roster and he showed he still has a lot of good soccer left to play.
Donovan scored two goals and assisted on another in the Galaxy’s 4-1 win over the Philadelphia Union.
The first goal was even more important as it was Donovan’s 135th MLS goal, breaking the league’s all-time record.
Donovan appeared to have a little extra emotion built in to the celebration after breaking the record so soon after the World Cup snub.
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