On Sunday, a stoppage-time goal from Steven Gerrard buried a comeback attempt by the Revolution, who fell into a 3-0 hole in the first half of a 4-2 loss. Robbie Keane and Giovani Dos Santos also found the net for the home side.
Who stood out for the Revolution? Check out our player ratings, and vote for your Man of the Match, below.
Bobby Shuttleworth - 6.5
Rarely does a goalkeeper concede four goals and land among a match's top performers, but Shuttleworth accomplished just that on Sunday. He made five saves, including a fully-extended stop in the first half and a one-on-one denial in the second. Quick reactions and strong angles on one-one-ones helped Shuttleworth keep several additional goals out of the back of the net.
Je-Vaughn Watson - 3
It was a forgettable day for the Jamaican defender, who never seemed to find his defensive footing. He lost track of Robbie Keane on the Galaxy's first tally, failed to close down Giovani Dos Santos on the second and floated in and out of position—whether playing as a right back or left back—for much of the match. In spite of his struggles, he did contribute to the attack, stinging a pair of shots on goalkeeper Brian Rowe's chest. Watson should get another crack at the Starting XI when the Revs host the Fire on Saturday.
Andrew Farrell - 4
Though not the most egregious defender on the field, Farrell made his own contributions to the Revs' defensive meltdown. He struggled to win balls in the air and, on more than one occasion, lost an LA attacker in the box. When the likes of Keane, Dos Santos and Gyasi Zardes come flying into the 18, Farrell simply cannot be caught ball watching.
Jose Goncalves - 4.5
Goncalves did his best to keep the Revolution back four aligned, but he and his troops had no answer for the Galaxy front three. He collected a handful of timely tackles—and a gutsy blocked shot—before having his day cut short by a second-half injury. With Chris Tierney already recovering from a groin injury, the Revolution will need Goncalves at full health for this weekend's match against Chicago.
London Woodberry - 3
Much like his defensive 'mates, Woodberry turned in a subpar match on Sunday. In the first half, he struggled to track Sebastian Lletget and gave Zardes too much space on the cross that set up Keane's first goal. Heaps promptly moved him to right back before yanking him at the break. With the Revs' defensive depth up in the air, Woodberry did little to help his case for more minutes.
Scott Caldwell - 5
Sunday's match was business as usual for Caldwell, who brought bite to the Revolution midfield while connecting on 87.5 percent of his passes. He also created four attacking chances.
Gershon Koffie - 5
Routine shift for the Ghanaian midfielder, who created three goal-scoring opportunities while collecting three interceptions. He may have sat back a bit too much when the Revs broke forward on the attack, but he made up for it with a clean defensive showing.
Kelyn Rowe - 7
Rowe, one of the few bright spots of the Revolution attack, did everything asked of him and more. In the second half, he effectively stalled the right side of the LA attack (three tackles, two interceptions, two clearances) while playing in an unfamiliar wing back position. He also jumpstarted a comeback attempt with a long-range strike in the 67th minute.
Rowe has proven that he can contribute from numerous spots on the field; Jay Heaps just needs to find a way to maximize his potential.
Lee Nguyen - 5.5
Though not his best showing of the season, Nguyen looked sharp moving forward. He created a game-high seven goal-scoring chances (86.7 passing percentage on the day), including a lofting cross that set up Rowe inside the 18. Then Heaps replaced him with Femi Hollinger-Janzen in the 59th minute. The Revs looked better without Nguyen, surprisingly, though the club undoubtedly could have used his creativity while down a goal (and down a man) in the final 20 minutes.
Diego Fagundez - 4.5
Without Nguyen, the door opened for Fagundez to take over as the Revs' creative engine. While he looked strong over the ball and initiated a few promising build-ups, he ultimately failed to leave a lasting impact on the match. In the waning moments, Diego miss-hit a pair of free kicks and over-hit a pair of shots. He had enough chances to make a difference—but couldn't string together a game-changing pass or shot.
Juan Agudelo - 6
Agudelo offered strong hold-up play in the early going. But as soon as the Galaxy got on the board, Agudelo began to tail off. He proceeded to chase the match until the 70th minute, when he finished a side volley off an assist from Hollinger-Janzen. Then, for the second consecutive week, he hit the crossbar with a chance to change the course of the match. He's not at his potential, but earns a bonus point for scoring in his second consecutive match.
Femi Hollinger-Janzen - 6
We all wish he could have the header back (he flicked an open, close-range cross well wide of the net), but Femi made good on virtually every other opportunity. He stuck his nose in numerous attacking opportunities, including a header assist on Agudelo's 70th-minute goal. The Indiana product has proved invaluable off the bench and should continue to earn minutes moving forward.
Teal Bunbury - 5.5
Bunbury paired with Hollinger-Janzen to ignite a second-half momentum switch. The versatile forward brought excellent energy off the bench, hitting three shots while creating a goal-scoring opportunity. The trio of Bunbury, Hollinger-Janzen and Agudelo looked sharp moving forward.
Daigo Kobayashi - 3.5
Another quiet appearance for Kobayashi, who took just 13 touches in a 21-minute shift. With Steve Neumann still out with a phantom injury, Daigo appears destined to make 25-plus appearances this season.