The first professional soccer game Sigi Schmid coached was for the Galaxy. And the last one he coached before Saturday was for the Seattle Sounders.
So it seemed fitting both teams were on the field at the StubHub Center when Schmid returned to the sidelines for the first time in more than a year. Also fitting, perhaps, was the fact neither team lost, with the Galaxy and Sounders playing to a 0-0 tie before an announced crowd of 25,667.
For the Galaxy, however, a scoreless draw marks progress since it snaps the team’s five-game losing streak — longest in a decade — as well as a three-game slide at home.
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