CITY SC ties LA Galaxy 2-2
ST. LOUIS, Mo. (KMOV) - St. Louis CITY SC and LA Galaxy tied 2-2 in their Sunday night match in California.
CITY took an early lead with a goal from Sam Adeniran in minute 3.
CITY doubled the lead with a goal by João Klauss in minute 28.
CITY led the match going into the second half.
In minute 52, LA converted on a penalty kick due to a called handball in CITY’s box by Adeniran, which also earned him a yellow card.
In minute 60, Adeniran was shown a second yellow card for a sliding tackle foul. The second yellow granted him a red, taking him out of the match and leaving CITY down a player.
In minute 85, LA scored a second goal, evening out the match.
Match ended with the two clubs tied 2-2.
CITY comes off of a rough loss against Sporting KC last weekend. CITY remains at the top of the Western Conference with 47 points. LA Galaxy is second to last in the conference, with 29 points, beating out last-place Colorado, who currently has 19 points.
Last weekend against Sporting KC, CITY goalkeeper Roman Bürki became the first, and currently only, MLS keeper in the 2023 season to reach 100 saves.
For the first time since April, forward João Klauss is a part of the CITY starting 11. Klauss was out for four months due to an injury.
For more information on St. Louis CITY SC, check out our guide to the 2023 season.
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