Longtime Liverpool midfielder Steven Gerrard scored Friday night during his MLS debut as a member of the Los Angeles Galaxy.
Gerrard scored in the game's 38th minute off of a loose ball in the box, pulled the Galaxy even at 2–2 with the San Jose Earthquakes en route to a come-from-behind 5-2 victory. Earlier, he had earned a penalty that Robbie Keane converted, and Gerrard assisted on Keane's eventual game-winner and also hit the crossbar with a free kick in a dominant second half.
The 35 year old signed an 18-month deal with the club on Jan. 7 and officially joined Los Angeles earlier this month, making his debut in an International Champions Cup exhibition match against Club America.
Gerrard finished his 17th season with Liverpool in May.
Watch his first MLS goal below: