Any doubts about the LA Galaxy's Supporters' Shield credentials should have been dispelled after a dominant 4-1 win over Eastern Conference-leading D.C. United.
But Bruce Arena's side saved their best for the final goal of the half, stringing together 26 passes (the first is not shown below) and getting every player in white a touch on the ball before A.J. DeLaGarza fed the final ball for Baggio Husidic to finish:
It's one of the most impressive team goals we've seen in a long time in MLS, and in fact the longest passing sequence leading to a goal in MLS since Opta started recording the stat in 2010.
And it was all without Robbie Keane on the field. Scary.
Is the LA Galaxy's 26-pass sequence the best team goal we've seen all year? Ever? Make your voice heard in the comments below!