MLS Cup Final 2011, Los Angeles Galaxy Vs. Houston Dynamo Live: Jermaine Taylor Denies Landon Donovan Goal

The Los Angeles Galaxy come close again, and Robbie Keane is at the heart of the play, holding possession near the edge of the area before a very clever pass finds Todd Dunivant steaming forward from left back. The defender's low cross looks like it'll find Landon Donovan with a tap in at the back post but Jermaine Taylor gets back just in time to put the ball out for a corner. Said corner results in a goalmouth scramble. It's a bit of a mystery at this point how the game remains level, but it's still 0-0.

It's not all bad news for the Houston Dynamo, though. Just kidding, it is all bad news - center back Geoff Cameron, who appears to be so hyperadrenilated that he can't complete a pass longer than ten yards, went gone down for a while with an injury and doesn't look 100%. If the Galaxy were carving up their guests with Cameron at full health, things could get ugly if he's playing hurt.

We'll have live coverage of LA Galaxy vs. Houston Dynamo in our MLS Cup Final 2011 StoryStream. For more on the two teams, check out Houston Dynamo blog Dynamo Theory and Los Angeles Galaxy blog LAG Confidential. For more on the entire world of soccer, check out SB Nation Soccer.

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