The Galaxy will have its work cut out in Wednesday's second game of its two-leg CONCACAF Champions League soccer semifinal against Monterrey of Mexico.
After losing the first game, 2-1, on April 3 at Home Depot Center when Monterrey scored two late goals, the Galaxy now must play Monterrey on the Rayados' home turf.
The tournament is determined by aggregate, or which team scores more goals over both games, and goals scored on the road carry more weight in the event of a tie. Monterrey has won the tournament the last two years.
Still, before leaving for Mexico on Monday, Galaxy Head Coach Bruce Arena said, "I don't think there's any issues in terms of us not believing we can win the [second] game."