CARSON, CALIF — Amid an uncharacteristic Southern California rainstorm, the New England Revolution drew the LA Galaxy, 1-1 on a soaked pitch at the Home Depot Center.
Los Angeles saw three potential goals whistled off in a match that the club dominated for considerable amounts of the match. The Revolution took the lead just three minutes in when a defensive breakdown for the Galaxy lead to a Sharlie Joseph goal. Juninho scored his second goal of the season for the Galaxy off a failed clearance that allowed the Brazilian to fire in a shot from 20 yards out.
Juan Pablo Angel was able to make his season debut for the Galaxy playing 27 minutes in the draw.The Galaxy are now 1-0-1 on the season and will travel to Real Salt Lake on March 26th to take on RSL. Revolution will now return home to Foxboro to take on D.C. for their home opener on the 26th.