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2022 Major League Soccer, Regular Season
  • Carles Gil (82')
  • Daniel Aguirre (4')
  • Javier Hernández (15')

LA Galaxy ends winless away streak with victory against New England Revolution

Daniel Aguirre and Javier Hernandez scored goals in the first 15 minutes as LA Galaxy held on for a 2-1 victory against New England Revolution on Sunday night in Foxborough, Mass.

Hernandez and Riqui Puig recorded assists as LA Galaxy halted a four-match losing streak on the road and a five-game winless stretch (0-4-1) away from home.

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Jonathan Bond made seven saves for LA Galaxy (11-11-4, 37 points), which moved into seventh place in the Western Conference.

Carles Gil scored in the 82nd minute for New England (8-9-10, 34 points), which fell to ninth place in the Eastern Conference. The Revolution also saw a nine-match home unbeaten streak (4-0-5) come to an end.

New England star Gustavo Bou entered at the start of the second half after missing the previous six matches due to a leg injury. Djordje Petrovic made three saves for the Revolution.

LA struck in the fourth minute when Hernandez sent a long pass upfield to Aguirre, who fired a right-footed shot into the lower left-hand corner for his first goal of the season.

In the 15th minute, it was Hernandez who was the recipient of a superb pass from Puig. Hernandez produced a left-footed shot into the left-hand corner for his 12th goal of the campaign.

New England came up empty in its top two first-half scoring chances.

Gil fed DeJuan Jones in front of the goal in the 29th minute, but Jones' right-footed shot hit the post.

Eight minutes later, it was Jones setting up a chance with a pass, but Emmanuel Boateng's right-footed effort was stopped by Bond.

In the second half, the Revolution had a chance in the 62nd minute as Christian Makoun produced a left-footed rocket from outside the box. However, Bond was in position to knock the shot away.

Gil, the reigning MLS MVP, finally halted Bond's hopes of a clean sheet when he placed a left-footed shot into the top left-hand corner of the net. It was his sixth goal of the season.