CARSON, Calif. (AP) — Héber Araújo dos Santos and Maximiliano Moralez scored late in the first half and New York City FC beat the LA Galaxy 2-0 Saturday.
Héber gave City (4-1-6, 18 points) the lead in the 44th minute, putting back the rebound of Ismael Tajouri-Shradi’s saved attempt. The Galaxy’s Uriel Antuna conceded a handball penalty three minutes later, and Moralez converted from the spot in stoppage time.
Zlatan Ibrahimovic’s shot hit the crossbar in the 86th minute for the Galaxy (7-4-1, 22 points).
Following the attempt, Ibrahimovic and NYCFC goalkeeper Sean Johnson went to the ground in a brief tussle. Both received yellow cards.
NYCFC has won four of the last five and is unbeaten in seven games.
The Galaxy have lost three in a row.
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