Last weekend La Galaxy dramatically lost 4-0 to Toronto FC at the StubHub Center. Toronto had to depend on Drew Moor (24'), Tosaint Ricketts (37',76') and Victor Vazquez (78') goals to earn a vital road win. TFC started well in the early minutes of the game and went on to create several counter attacks in the hosts' half. However, LA Galaxy attempted few chances in front of goal, but they couldn't find the back of the net. With this outcome, LA Galaxy lies tenth in the Western Conference with 27 points. In the East, Toronto Fc is atop with sixty-two points.

Here's the Match Report in detail.

LA Galaxy outlook

Starting XI and individual performance points: Goalkeeper - Jon Kempin (6.20). Defender - Michael Ciani (6.15), Dave Romney (5.31), Hugo Arellano (six points). Midfielder - Bradley Diallo (six points), Jonathan dos Santos (5.32), Joao Pedro (6.17), Ashley Cole (six points), Giovani dos Santos (5.69). Forward - Bradford Jamieson (6.18), Gyasi Zardes (5.49). Used substitutes - Emmanuel Boateng (six points), Jack McInerney (5.73), Nathan Smith (5.65).

Team's strength and weakness: LA Galaxy was absolutely poor at scoring, and they were often caught offside. Siegfried Schmid's men were aggressive in their tackles and gave away lots of free kicks within their half.

Team style of play: Galaxy played with width, favored short passes and had some quantity of possession in Toronto's half.

Toronto FC outlook

Starting XI and individual performance points: Goalkeeper - Alexander Bono (7.54). Defender - Nicolas Hasler (7.31), Chris Mavinga (6.73), Drew Moor (7.59), Eriq Zavaleta (7.23), Justin Morrow (6.76).

Midfielder - Víctor Vázquez (8.82), Michael Bradley (7.33), Marco Delgado (7.27). Forward - Tosaint Ricketts (9.32), Jonathan Osorio (7.53). Used substitutes - Raheem Edwards (six points), Armando Cooper (6.22), Jason Hernandez (6.09).

Team's strength and weakness: TFC often stole possession from Galaxy players, created several goal-bound chances from the sides and were solid at finishing.

However, Greg Vanney's men were often caught offside and gave away a lot of free kicks around their box.

Team style of play: TFC favored long shots and short passes. The visitors largely launched attacks from the left side and had a large percentage of possessions in Galaxy's half.

Man of the Match

Tosaint Ricketts was solid on the attack for Toronto FC. Ricketts' contributions in the attack were significant to TFC's emphatic road win. He scored twice and made a total of twenty-four touches.

LA Galaxy will travel to Georgia to face in-form Atlanta United at the Mercedes-Benz Stadium on Thursday 21 September. On Saturday 23, Toronto FC will once again hit the road to slog it out with New England Revolution.