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Early Keane goal enough for win
by Paul Kennedy, December 1st, 2011 12:26AM
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[GALAXY TOUR] The Los Angeles Galaxy beat an Indonesia selection, 1-0, on a Robbie Keane goal to kick off its 2011 Asia Pacific Tour Wednesday night in Jakarta. The friendly drew about 20,000 fans at the 80,000-seat Gelora Bung Karno Stadium.

The Galaxy started the same lineup it did in MLS Cup 2011 but made 11 substitutions in the second half.

The Galaxy is now off to Manila, where it will play Filipino club Azkals Saturday in game dubbed "The Dream Cup." Its tour concludes Tuesday in Melbourne, Australia.

Nov. 30 in Jakarta
Indonesia Selection 0 Los Angeles Galaxy 1. Goal: Keane 14.
Indonesia Selection -- Andritany (Kurnia Meiga 46); Zulkifli Syukur (Hasim Kipuw 72), Victor Igbonefo (Gunawan Dwi Cahyo 76), Hamka Hamzah, Diego Michiels (M. Ilham 63); Andik Vermansyah (Bambang Pamungkas 52), Firman Utina© (Mahadirga Lasut 62), Egi Melgiansyah, M. Ridwan; Greg Nwokolo (Oktovianus Maniani 62), Patrick Wanganni.
Los Angeles -- Saunders (Perk 46), Franklin (Hejduk 46), DeLaGarza (Kirovski 66), Gonzalez (Robinson 46), Dunivant (Jordan 46); Donovan (Cardozo 46), Beckham (Keat 81), Juninho (Stephens 31), Magee (Jimenez 56); Cristman (Lopez 46), Keane (McBean 61).
Referee: Faulur Rosy.



2 comments
  1. Glenn Maddock
    commented on: December 1, 2011 at 11:51 a.m.
    It's funny how we get mad when American soccer fans root against MLS during the summer exhibitions (Man U, etc). But they do the same thing overseas. The Indonesia fans were pulling for the Galaxy, because they dont care about some patched together group of local players.
  1. Ryan Zimmer
    commented on: December 1, 2011 at 11:54 a.m.
    Wow, surprised that Beckham played 81 minutes.

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