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By The SI Staff
December 07, 2014

Robbie Keane did not have his finest game as a professional, far from it in fact. But the MLS MVP came up when it mattered most for the LA Galaxy. 

In the 111th minute, Keane delivered an MLS Cup-winning goal, sending Landon Donovan out as a six-time MLS champion and giving the Galaxy their fifth MLS Cup. In a game devoid of quality moments and chances, Keane teamed with Marcelo Sarvas to unlock a game that was closing in on a penalty shootout. Sarvas served a ball over the top for Keane, and Chris Tierney – who had scored the game-tying goal in the 79th minute – kept Keane onside. 

The Ireland international made no mistake, finishing to the far post to beat Bobby Shuttleworth before celebrating with his trademark cartwheel/somersault/finger guns. 

It's the second MLS Cup in which Keane has scored, as his stoppage-time penalty kick finished off the Houston Dynamo in 2012. 

Watch his title-winning goal below:

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