Alan Gordon Gets Sweet Revenge as Toronto FC Defeat LA Galaxy 2-2

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Alan Gordon Gets Sweet Revenge as Toronto FC Defeat LA Galaxy 2-2
Now some of you may be wondering, wait a minute, wasn’t this match a draw? Technically, yes it was, but only by the seat of its you-know-what. However, don’t tell this featured columnist, a.k.a. yours truly, that. This result, for Bruce Arena’s Los Angeles Galaxy, was as good as a defeat. The warning signs were obvious. Exhibit A: Canada defeats Guadeloupe in a CONCACAF Gold Cup Group C match, 1 …
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