Los Angeles Galaxy vs. Chicago Fire: LA Feel They Deserve Better
Bruce Arena’s Los Angeles Galaxy left three points on the table Wednesday night against the Philadelphia Union and got no one to blame but themselves for their lack of production. These same issues could potentially haunt them on Sunday against the Chicago Fire (kickoff: 12 p.m. PT/3 p.m. ET).
“The reality is, is we should be five wins in a row right now and now we find ourselves behind the eight-ball a little bit again,” Galaxy captain Landon Donovan told MLSSoccer.com’s Luis Bueno. “It’s difficult to take but the reality is now it’s over. We can either moan about it or we can … get ready for Chicago.”
Stuck in a logjam for a spot in the MLS Cup Playoffs, the Galaxy are fully aware that any defeat at this point will be costly.
“Our next three games are away so we don’t have time to sulk on this,” Galaxy defender A.J. DeLaGarza added. “We have to get points.”
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