After scoring twice to help his new club beat LAFC on his MLS debut, Ibrahimovic made his first start and his header just before half-time was the difference in the game.
He may have scored the decisive game-winning goal, but Zlatan Ibrahimovic admitted he should have had a hat trick as the LA Galaxy returned to winning ways with a hard-fought 1-0 victory over the Chicago Fire Saturday.
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Elsewhere, Jack Price scored his first MLS goal and Shkelzen Gashi added a second from the penalty spot late in the game as the Colorado Rapids accounted for the undermanned Toronto FC 2-0.
The Galaxy could have taken the lead earlier through the Swede - he latched on to a loose ball in the 33rd minute but Richard Sanchez was equal to the shot.
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The Swedish forward, who played 80 minutes, got on the scoresheet in time added on at the end of the first half. The Galaxy thought they had the lead in the ninth minute whenSebastian Lletget's cross went in for an own goal off Alan Gordon, but the point came off the board for offside following a video review.
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