Snubbed for the World Cup, LA Galaxy striker Landon Donovan breaks the MLS all-time scoring record [Video]
- May 26, 2014
Landon Donovan has not taken long to remind American soccer fans why his omission from the US World Cup squad is so controversial.
Donovan, 32, broke the MLS’ all-time scoring record on Sunday night as he scored a double in 4-1 win against the Philadelphia Union.
After bagging his brace, Donovan moved onto 136 goals in the American top flight, to become the new MLS all-time goal king.
Noticeably, after scoring his second goal, fans in the crowd started chanting “USA! USA!”
Watch Landon Donovan’s historic double below, together with a video of all the striker’s 136 goals in the MLS.
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