LA Galaxy Postgame Notes: LA Galaxy 1, D.C. United 2 - Sunday, August 11, 2019
- The LA Galaxy fell to D.C. United, 2-1, on the road at Audi Field Sunday evening.
- The result marked the final road contest in three-straight away matches.
- In their next match, the LA Galaxy return to Dignity Health Sports Park to host FC Dallas on Wednesday, Aug. 14 at 7:30 p.m. PT.
- Following their midweek contest, the Galaxy will remain at home to host Seattle Sounders FC on Saturday, Aug. 17.
- With the result, the Galaxy are now 12-11-1 with 37 points on the season.
- Newly-acquired forward Cristian Pavon made his LA Galaxy debut Sunday evening with the start.
- Pavon was acquired midweek on loan from Argentina's Boca Juniors via Targeted Allocation Money.
- Favio Alvarez tallied his third goal of the season Sunday evening.
- On the year, Alvarez now has 12 appearances - all starts - with three goals and two assists.
- The Galaxy are 10-1-0 this season when scoring the game's opening goal, and 2-10-0 when conceding first.
- This year on the road, the Galaxy are now 4-7-1.
- On the road, LA have tallied 11 goals while conceding 20 goals.
- For more information, visit www.lagalaxy.com.
LA Galaxy 1, D.C. United 2
Sunday, Aug. 11, 2019 - 4:30 p.m. PT
2019 MLS Regular Season
Audi Field - Washington, D.C.
DC - Paul Arriola (Assisted by Ulises Segura) 28'
LA - Favio Alvarez 48'
DC - Lucas Rodriguez 73'
DC - Quincy Amarikwa (caution) 75'
LA Galaxy: David Bingham; Rolf Feltscher (Julian Araujo 90'), Daniel Steres, Giancarlo Gonzalez, Diego Polenta; Perry Kitchen (Sebastian Lletget 78'), Jonathan dos Santos, Favio Alvarez; Uriel Antuna (Chris Pontius 84'), Zlatan Ibrahimovic, Cristian Pavón
Substitutions not used: Matt Lampson, Dave Romney, Servando Carrasco, Jorgen Skjelvik.
Head Coach: Guillermo Barros Schelotto
TOTAL SHOTS: 11; SHOTS ON GOAL: 4; FOULS: 12; OFFSIDE: 1; CORNER KICKS: 6; SAVES: 6.
D.C. United: Bill Hamid, Jalen Robinson, Frederic Brillant, Steven Birnbaum, Joseph Mora, Leonardo Jara, Felipe, Ulises Segura, Paul Arriola, Lucas Rodriguez, Quincy Amarikwa.
Substitutions not used: Chris Seitz, Marquinhos Pedroso, Donovan Pines, Emmanuel Boateng, Luciano Acosta, Gordon Wild, Griffin Yow.
Head Coach: Ben Olsen
TOTAL SHOTS: 20; SHOTS ON GOAL: 7; FOULS: 10; OFFSIDE: 1; CORNER KICKS: 7; SAVES: 4.
Referee: Alan Kelly
Referee's Assistants: Kathryn Nesbit and Claudiu Badea
4th Official: Luis Guardia
VAR: Geoff Gamble
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