The Los Angeles Galaxy extended their undefeated streak to 12 games this season with a 4-1 victory over the Houston Dynamo on Saturday at the Home Depot Center.
Jovan Kirovski added a pair of goals while Tristan Bowen and Alex Cazumba also scored for Los Angeles. Kirovski was the hero on the night as the veteran forward began the scoring in the 2nd minute with header that beat Pat Onstad. The former United States International put the Galaxy up for good when Sean Franklin slotted a cross into Kirovski which the forward coolly placed into the Houston net.
Houston's offense was unable to get going throughout the match as the club struggled in the face of the Galaxy's elite defense. The club was able to equalize in the 7th minute when Cam Weaver collided with Sean Franklin. The ball caught goalkeeper Donovan Ricketts unaware and dribbled into the Galaxy net tying the score at one goal a piece.
The Galaxy would extend their lead in the 48th when Tristan Bowen continued his recent hot streak, shaking a Dynamo defender and placing it past Pat Onstad. Los Angeles would make it four when Alex Cazumba fired a fantastic shot that made the score 4-1. The goal was the first career MLS Goal for the Brazilian.
With the win, the Galaxy advance to 10-0-2 which is best in MLS. Meanwhile, the Dynamo's losing streak is extended to three games as the club falls to 5-7-1.