Zlatan Ibrahimovic had a cap stunt and broke Los Angeles’ season goal record with 26 in the Galaxy’s 7-2 triumph over Sporting Kansas City on Sunday night. The 37-year-old Swedish star tied it at 1 in 32nd moment to coordinate the objective record set via Carlos Ruiz in 2002, at that point gave Los Angeles (14-13-3) a 3-1 lead in the 51st to break the imprint and finished the cap stunt in the 85th.
Los Angeles snapped a four-coordinate winless streak to move into fifth spot in the Western Conference, a point in front of San Jose and two before Portland. Ibrahimovic scored his first goal on a bounce back after goalkeeper Tim Melia halted his extra shot, at that point beat Melia with a left-footer from short proximity to break the record. He additionally scored the last goal on a left-footer.
Joe Corona gave Los Angeles the lead in the 48th moment on a header off Cristian Pavón’s high chip. Uriel Antuna included a goal in the 69th, and Sebastian Lletget struck in the 77th and 79th minutes.