The Galaxy isn't used to hearing boos while in Los Angeles, but every time the Galaxy thwarted a Real Madrid attack early Saturday night, the 56,211 at the Coliseum voiced their disapproval.
Fortunately for the fans, and for any Galaxy players wishing to hear cheers of any variety, Real Madrid didn't have prolonged trouble scoring, cruising to a 4-1 victory in the exhibition match.
The loudest cheers came when Real Madrid forward Cristiano Ronaldo utilized some fancy footwork to create a goal in the 52nd minute. Ronaldo entered the match to start the second half, and seven minutes later showed why he was 2008 FIFA world player of the year.
With Galaxy defender Bryan Jordan impeding his path, Ronaldo moved left, right, and back again, eventually finding himself a few feet from the end line. Without hesitation, the world's highest-paid player found an angle to the inside of the net, leaving Galaxy goalkeeper Brian Perk no chance for a save.