CARSON, Calif. -- Alan Gordon headed in Robbie Keane's cross in the 84th minute to break a tie in the Los Angeles Galaxy's 2-1 comeback victory over FC Dallas on Saturday night.
The Galaxy (15-5-9) clinched a playoff spot and moved to a first-place tie with the Western Conference rival Seattle Sounders for the MLS lead.
Keane made a nifty stutter move just outside the 18-yard box to get space for the assist.
Gordon had just entered the game in the 75th minute as a substitute for Gyasi Zardes.
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