MLS Cup 2014: Score, Recap & Highlights

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Final Score

New England Revolution 0-1-0 — 1
LA Galaxy 0-1-1 — 2


Landon Donovan is retiring a champion after the LA Galaxy defeated the New England Revolution, 2-1, in extra time.

Robbie Keane was named MVP of the game.

This is LA’s record-breaking fifth Championship.


Robbie Keane Scored the Game-Winner in Extra Time

Keane scored in the 111th minute to put the Galaxy up 2-1.


Chris Tierney Tied it for New England

New England’s goal came from Chris Tierney at the 79th minute to tie the game at 1.


The Galaxy Scored First

Gyasi Zardes scored the first goal of the game. It came in the 52nd minute.


Preview: Galaxy Looking for Crown No. 5

The LA Galaxy are looking to earn their record-breaking fifth title, while the New England Revolution are looking for their first.

The Revolution finished second in the Eastern Conference with a 17-4-13 record for 55 points. The Galaxy were second in the Western Conference and finished 17-10-7 for 61 points.

The game, which will be played in LA, is set to be the last for the Galaxy’s all-time scoring leader Landon Donovan.