Snubbed for the World Cup, LA Galaxy striker Landon Donovan breaks the MLS all-time scoring record [Video]
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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