MLS Cup Final 2011, Los Angeles Galaxy Vs. Houston Dynamo Live: 2nd Half Underway

We're off and running in the second half, and Robbie Keane has decided to make Adam Cristman feel good at himself by completely messing up a clear-cut scoring opportunity. The LA Galaxy are extremely fortunate when Luiz Camargo gets in the way of a pass only for the ball to ricochet off the midfielder, behind the Houston Dynamo defence and straight to Keane. The former Tottenham Hotspur man's got plenty of time and space, but slightly miss-hits the ball and it flashes a little way wide of Tally Hall's far post. Whoops.

Other interesting things that have happened so far... the Dynamo have managed to string three passes together twice in six minutes, Geoff Cameron is still on the pitch and still doesn't look quite right, and David Beckham doesn't get yellow carded for a fairly brutal tackle on Danny Cruz. Yep, it's still 0-0.

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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