Los Angeles Galaxy is an American soccer team that play in the Western Conference of Major League Soccer (MLS). They are based in the Los Angeles metropolitan area and have tasted a lot of success after being founded on June 15, 1994. The American club has lifted the MLS Cup a record five times and has also won the Western Conference regular-season title eight times thus far.
LA Galaxy play their home games in the Dignity Health Sports Park which has a capacity to hold 27,000 fans. Greg Vanney is the head coach of the Los Angeles club right now.
There have been a lot of great goal-scorers at LA Galaxy over the years. Let’s take a look at the top five goal-getters in the American club’s history (via transfermarkt).
1. Landon Donovan (135 Goals)
Donovan scored 135 goals in 308 matches for LA Galaxy and remains the most productive goal-scorer in the club’s history. The American attacker also has 101 assists for the club to his name.
2. Robbie Keane (104 Goals)
Keane banged in 104 goals in 165 appearances for the Los Angeles outfit during his time in the MLS. The ex-Liverpool forward averaged 0.63 per game for LA Galaxy and is considered by many as one of the best goal-getters in the club’s history.
Cobi Jones (75 Goals)
Jones registered 75 goals in 359 appearances during his time at LA Galaxy. His record is good enough to put him third on the club’s all-time goal-scorers list.
Carlos Ruiz (62 Goals)
Ruiz found the back of the net 62 times in 94 matches for the MLS outfit. He scored 0.66 goals per 90 minutes for the Los Angeles team which proves just how deadly he was in front of the opponent’s goal.
Zlatan Ibrahimovic (53 Goals)
Ibrahimovic featured in 58 matches for LA Galaxy, scoring 53 goals in the process across all fronts. The former Manchester United striker boasts the best goals-per-game record in this list as he ended his career in Los Angeles with a 0.91 goals-per-game ratio.