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Aug 3, 2013

Galaxy stun Juve; Real Madrid win

LOS ANGELES -- Landon Donovan scored the tiebreaking goal on a pass from Robbie Keane in the 60th minute, and the Los Angeles Galaxy surprised Juventus with a 3-1 victory Saturday night in the International Champions Cup.

Omar Gonzalez scored in the first half, and Keane added a goal in the 88th minute on a terrible turnover by Andrea Pirlo as the two-time defending Major League Soccer champion Galaxy beat the two-time defending Serie A champions in the second soccer match ever played at 51-year-old Dodger Stadium.

Alessandro Matri scored in the 39th minute for Juventus, which lost to Everton and the Galaxy in consecutive games in California this week.

Los Angeles and Juventus will play in classification games in Miami on Tuesday, a day before the tournament final.

With Donovan, Keane and Robbie Rogers working in concert, the Galaxy performed splendidly for their hometown fans against Juventus, repeatedly controlling play and possession against their powerful opponents.

Both teams had good chances early on, with Rogers constantly causing trouble for Juventus from the wing.

Los Angeles took the lead when Gonzalez left his defensive position and charged into the box, taking a pass from Juninho and chipping a goal over Gianluigi Buffon.

Three minutes later, Matri capitalized on a scramble in the Galaxy box, banging a hard shot off Brian Rowe for a goal.

Keane and Pirlo entered the game at halftime. Keane hadn't played since injuring his hip in a match against Portland three weeks ago, but the Irish national team captain immediately got back to top form, putting the Galaxy back ahead with a pass across the box to Donovan for a tap-in goal.

Juventus pressed in the second half, but Pirlo doomed his club with a tentative back-pass that was pounced upon by Keane, who flicked it past Buffon for the clinching score.

It's been a rough trip for the 34-year-old Pirlo, who also missed a penalty kick at the end of Juventus' loss to Everton in San Francisco.

Real Madrid 2, Everton 1

Cristiano Ronaldo scored in the 17th minute and set up Mesut Ozil's goal 14 minutes later, leading Real Madrid to the final of the International Champions Cup on Saturday night.

Ronaldo and Ozil starred in the first soccer game played at 51-year-old Dodger Stadium, keeping Real Madrid unbeaten in friendly play this summer.

Second-half substitute Nikica Jelavic scored in the 61st minute for Everton, which gave a solid challenge to the Galacticos. Tim Howard, Everton's American goalkeeper, made a handful of brilliant saves to spark chants of "U-S-A" in the crowd.

The final is Wednesday night in Miami, where Real Madrid will face the winner of Chelsea's meeting with AC Milan outside New York on Sunday.

Just two weeks away from the season opener in La Liga, Real Madrid had more than enough talent to overcome Everton. The Blues reached the semifinals earlier in the week with a surprise win in San Francisco over two-time defending Serie A champion Juventus, which faced the Galaxy in the second game at Dodger Stadium.

In preparation for soccer's debut in Chavez Ravine, the Dodgers flattened their pitchers' mound and spread temporary grass over the infield and warning track.

Dodger Stadium has hosted the Beatles, a papal Mass, eight World Series and 52 Dodgers seasons, but had never converted its baseball-specific field into a soccer pitch.

One sideline began just outside the right-handed batter's box and stretched right to the edge of the warning track near the right-field pole, 330 feet away from home plate.

Even with nearly every good seat in the majors' largest ballpark selling for $85 or much more, a solid fan contingent greeted both teams.

Everton manager Roberto Martinez acknowledged the game was a valuable chance to test the Blues against the world's best. While his team looked good for stretches, particularly around Real's net, the Blues repeatedly were caught scrambling when their offside trap was beaten.

While Ronaldo was the crowd's favorite, German national team midfielder Ozil was named the man of the match.

Ronaldo broke between two defenders for a golden chance in 10th minute, but the Portuguese star tried to volley Ramos' long lead pass and booted it well over Howard's goal.

Ronaldo scored when poor marking and a sharp pass from Ozil left him alone in Everton's end, where he faked Howard to the ground and tapped home a long shot for the first goal in Chavez Ravine history.

Everton had plenty of early chances as well. Marouane Fellaini's header glanced off the post in the 24th minute, and Sylvain Distin's apparent goal on a header six minutes later was waved off for a foul in the box.

Ronaldo and Ozil then slipped behind Everton's defense again, with Ronaldo putting a pass on Ozil's right foot for another goal.

Ronaldo left for a substitute 13 minutes into the second half. Moments after Howard made a dramatic leaping stop, Everton answered when Steven Naismith headed a crossing pass back into the middle for Jelavic, whose flying kick rattled between goalkeeper Diego Lopez and the post.

Information from The Associated Press was used in this report.

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