How do you shake off a poor week of results? Simple. As Al Davis would say, "Just win, baby." Bruce Arena's Los Angeles Galaxy did just that, shutting out Frank Klopas's Chicago Fire, 2-0, at Toyota Park in Bridgeview, Ill.
With the victory, the Galaxy improve to 7-10-2 (23 points) and are back in the MLS Western Conference playoff race as they begin a grueling road stretch. The Fire drop to 8-6-4 (28 points).
Here are six things we learned from Sunday afternoon's encounter between the Galaxy and Fire.