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MLS: Los Angeles downs the Crew in front of 21,806
July 31st, 2003 10:34AM

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Antonio Martinez scored in his first game for Los Angeles since arriving via a multi-player trade from Dallas. The 26-year-old, who was born in Carson, Calif., celebrated his homecoming by chipping Crew keeper Tom Presthus just before halftime in the Galaxy's 2-1 win.

Alexi Lalas scored on a header from a Simon Elliott free kick before Columbus notched a late goal through Brian Maisonneuve.

Columbus has now gone four games without a win.

The game, which drew a crowd of 21,806 at the Home Depot Center, is the last MLS match before the All-Star Break. On Saturday, the MLS All-Stars take on Chivas of Guadalajara at the Home Depot Center (3:30 pm ET/12:30 PT, live on ABC Sports).

July 30 in Carson, Calif.

LOS ANGELES (4-6-7, 19 pts.) 2 COLUMBUS (5-7-5, 20 pts) 1.

Goals: Martinez (Jones) 44, Lalas (Elliott) 52; Maisonneuve (Hejduk, Cunningham 4) 79.

LOS ANGELES -- Hartman, Lalas, Hong, Califf, Albright, Jones (Cienfuegos 83), Martinez (Moreno, 59), Vagenas, Elliott (Marshall, 77), Victorine, Ruiz.

COLUMBUS -- Presthus, Hejduk, Clark, Dunseth, McCarty, Denton, Maisonneuve, Martino (Buddle, 56), Matteo (Walsh, 66), Cunningham, Oughton (Ritch, 87).

Yellow cards: Los Angeles -- Ruiz 11; Columbus -- Hejduk 11, Dunseth 20, Oughton 47+, Clark 57.

Referee: Noel Kenny.

Att.: 21,806



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