Carson —The question of whether the Galaxy could compensate for Javier’Chicharito’Hernandez’s absence in two consecutive games was answered early Wednesday. Hernandez wounded her calf during a warm-up for a Sunday match against Sporting Kansas City, where the galaxy was eliminated.
On Wednesday night, It wasn’t long to wait for the goal.
Rayan Loveroson scored against FC Dallas in the 17th minute with a headed shot from a corner kick in his second meeting against the Galaxy. After ten minutes, Kevin Cabral achieved the Galaxy’s first goal. The Galaxy (8-4, 24 points) won 3-1 in front of 16,453 at Dignity Health Sports Park as the early strike proved to be a much-needed boost. Galaxy is in the third state at the Western Conference after Seattle (29 points) and Kansas City (24 points).
We rewarded ourselves for the opportunities we build.
Galaxy coach Greg Vanney remarked, “I believed the first half was playing well and I got rewarded for the manner I played.” In the second half, I’m delighted I was able to score my third goal with some opposition to play, with Ethan (Zubak) chasing one and putting in some hard work to put the center under pressure. He had an opportunity to throw out it.
“Finally, the audience put abundant effort into watching the game with a tough about-turn and a good bounce from the game the other day.”
Vanny’s starting lineup on Wednesday made only three goals this year (two from Sacha Kljestan and one from Sebastian Lletget).
Cabral has played seven games only, but this season created some great chances, and as Vanny said on Tuesday, he noticed he was in a good position various times, but still, Cricket scored. It wasn’t done. After getting the precise cutback pass from Lletget, he finally got the book. Cabral was alone inside the 18-yard line when he hit the near post with the ball.
The Galaxy played a part in the game due to the lack of a healthy body. There were no 10 players on the roster due to injury, interruption, or international mission. Earlier in the daytime, Galaxy signed Galaxy II Daniel Aguirre and Josh Druck to add profundity.
In this match against Kansas City on Sunday, the Galaxy had at most six options.
Franco Jara scored in the 71st minute with Dallas, cutting the Galaxy’s lead to 3-1 and upsetting what could have been a perfect night for the Galaxy.
In the 51st minute, Zubuck gave the Galaxy a 3-0 lead thanks to sloppy Dallas defending. Ryan Hollingshead attempted to play along aerial pass towards the goalkeeper, but the attempt was unsuccessful, and Zubuck entered the race, dribbled, and shot into an open net. The Galaxy’s success continues with a string of comebacks following their defeat.
Following each of the four losses, the Galaxy won the following game.
“They have a strong spirit and have come out with an attempt to push the game forward in order to gain results,” Vanny said. “Ultimately, the capacity to rebound from loss is to know who you are and what makes you successful and how you want to play, and it’s easy to lose sight of that.
It’s not going to happen, in my opinion.
“If things don’t go as planned, you can always go back to the foundation and rebuild it.
This group learns everything there is to know about you and how you achieve your goals. There is a portion of the process, and for this group, it was quick and enjoyable, and we believe we still have a lot of room to grow.
The Galaxy won’t play again until July 17, when they face the Vancouver Whitecaps in the first of a three-game road trip. Galaxy rebounds with a win over FC Dallas – Press-Telegram Galaxy bounces back with a win versus FC Dallas – Press-Telegram