Sandy, Utah—Layan Loveroson scored three games in a row as the Galaxy drew 2-2 with Real Salt Lake on Wednesday night.
Julian Araujo played a highball in the middle of the area, and Loveroson at the top of the 6-yard box scored in the header, scoring 2-2 in the 77th minute. The 24-year-old Loveroson, who signed to the Galaxy (8-5-1, 25 points) on May 20, has three goals in four career MLS games.
Ddefender Aaron Herrera fired a low cross in the center of the box and Albert Rusnák overtook the first player to lead Real Salt Lake (4-4-5, 17 points) in the 9th minute. Michael Chang scored his first goal of the season, the second goal of his career, and won 2-0 on the 25th.
Victor Vásquez threw the rising right footer into the net and cut 2-1 in the 33rd minute.
RSL has scored 16 goals this season (12 goals in the second half).
The Salt Lake Anderson Julio header, which took place later in the downtime, bounced off the crossbar.
Javier “Chicharito” Hernandez and Sebastian Lletget, who tied Seattle’s Raul Ruidías with the best 10 goals of the season, did not play in the Galaxy.
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