MLS Review: LA Galaxy end slump, Portland and Atlanta draw

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Romain Alessandrini scored twice as the LA Galaxy ended their four-match winless run with a 3-1 victory at Red Bull Arena on Sunday

The LA Galaxy returned to winning ways against the New York Red Bulls in MLS action Sunday.

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Romain Alessandrini scored twice as the Galaxy ended their four-match winless run with a 3-1 victory at Red Bull Arena.

Giovani dos Santos was on target from the penalty spot, while Galaxy right back Bradley Diallo was shown a second yellow card in the 90th minute.

Daniel Royer pulled a goal back in stoppage time but it could not prevent the Red Bulls' 13-month home unbeaten streak from ending — a regular-season run dating back to April 2016.

The Galaxy are seventh in the Western Conference — two points outside of the playoff places — while the Red Bulls are fifth in the East.

The Portland Timbers were held to a 1-1 draw by Atlanta United in Portland on Sunday.

Liam Ridgewell's 50th-minute strike canceled out Julian Gressel's opener for Atlanta at Providence Park.

The Timbers almost claimed maximum points in stoppage time, but David Guzman's effort hit the post.

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Meanwhile, New York City FC earned a 1-1 draw at FC Dallas thanks to a Thomas McNamara strike, which negated Kellyn Acosta's opener.

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