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Signed by Donovan himself!

After leading the Los Angeles Galaxy to their second straight Supporters' Shield trophy and finishing the regular season undefeated at home; Landon Donovan spearheaded the Galaxy's playoff run. In the 2011 MLS Cup the Los Angeles Galaxy faced the Houston Dynamo.

Before a sellout crowd of 30,281 the Galaxy's star trio of David Beckham, Robbie Keane, and Landon Donovan brought home the championship and Donovan was named MVP.

This 16" x 24" Galaxy image captures Donovan's celebration. The image is signed and inscribed "2011 MLS CUP Champ" in black pen by the 2011 MLS Champion and MLS CUP MVP Landon Donovan.

Landon's crisp signature and inscription are guaranteed authentic by virtue of Upper Deck Authenticated's patented five-step process.


Tras liderar al Los Angeles Galaxy hacia su segundo trofeo Supporter’s Shield y terminar la campaña regular sin derrota en casa, Landon Donovan y el Galaxy llegaron a la final de la Copa MLS de 2011 ante el Houston Dynamo. Ante 30,281 aficionados que llena

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