This past week was a roller coaster of emotions for Landon Donovan.
On Thursday, the world found out that Donovan had surprisingly been left off the United States' 2014 World Cup roster. Jonathan Klinsmann, son of United States coach Jurgen Klinsmann, used that snub to send out a controversial tweet:
The son of U.S. national team coach Jurgen Klinsmann just deleted his account because he tweeted (then removed) this. pic.twitter.com/LvbcS2JQ0l— Bryan Armen Graham (@BryanAGraham) May 22, 2014
Three days later, the L.A. Galaxy star scored the 135th and 136th goals of his Major League Soccer career. The 32-year-old's first goal of the match gave him the most in MLS history.
Chicago Fire star Mike Magee—the reigning MLS Most Valuable Player—came up with the perfect response to Donovan's record-setting goal:
HAHAHAHAHAHA DONOVAN HAHAHAHAHA I DIDNT EVEN NOTICE HE BROKE THE MLS GOAL SCORING RECORD UNTIL MY PHONE NOTIFIED ME 😂😂😂 HAHA #LegenD— Mike Magee (@magee9) May 26, 2014
Magee clearly won that round.