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Player Ratings: Defender Berhalter steps up
by Ridge Mahoney, November 16th, 2009 7AM

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[GALAXY-DYNAMO REPORT CARD] Defender Gregg Berhalter was the hero for the Los Angeles Galaxy, breaking the stalemate against Houston with a goal in the 103rd minute after forwards on both teams failed to make a mark. Landon Donovan sealed the win from the penalty spot in the 108th minute.

LOS ANGELES 2 HOUSTON 0
GALAXY PLAYER RATINGS
Starters (Country) Age
8 Ricketts (Jamaica) 32
6 Franklin (USA) 24
7 Berhalter (USA) 36
6 Gonzalez (USA) 21
6 DeLaGarza (USA) 22
4 Klein (USA) 33
6 Beckham (England) 34
5 Kovalenko (Ukraine) 32
5 Donovan (USA) 27
4 Buddle (USA) 28
3 Magee (USA) 25
Subs (Country) Age
5 Kirovski (USA) 33
6 Gordon (USA) 28
NR Lewis (USA) 35

DYNAMO PLAYER RATINGS
Starters (Country) Age
7 Onstad (Canada) 41
4 Hainault (Canada) 23
6 Boswell (USA) 26
7 Cameron (USA) 24
4 Barrett (USA) 33
5 Mullan (USA) 31
4 Clark (USA) 26
6 Holden (USA) 24
5 Davis (USA) 28
3 Oduro (Ghana) 24
4 Ching (USA) 31
Subs (Country) Age
3 Landin (Mexico) 24
4 Ashe (USA) 23
5 Robinson (USA) 31

(1=low; 5=average; 10=high.)

 



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