FOXBOROUGH, Mass. (AP) — Landon Donovan scored a pair of goals for the Los Angeles Galaxy, but Shalrie Joseph's first goal of the season helped the New England Revolution salvage a 2-2 tie Saturday night.

Joseph's goal in the 71st minute helped New England (11-6-5) extend the Galaxy's winless streak to 10 (0-5-5). The Revolution are unbeaten in their last nine matches against Los Angeles, which brought David Beckham to New England for the first time.

Donovan's goals for the Galaxy (6-9-7) were almost identical, both times taking a pass after beating defenders to open space. The second goal was his MLS-leading 16th of the season and put the Galaxy ahead 2-1 in the 55th minute.

D.C. UNITED 0, RED BULLS 0: At Washington, D.C., United's Jaime Moreno missed his first penalty kick this season, allowing the New York Red Bulls to extend their unbeaten streak to six games. Moreno, sent to the line after being tripped in front of the goal, shot low but wide of the right post in the 81st minute. United's captain connected on his four prior penalty kicks this season and holds the record for most in league history (37).

CREW 2, FC DALLAS 1: At Frisco, Texas, Guillermo Barros Schelotto had two assists, giving him a league-leading 16 on the season to give Columbus the MLS lead with 40 points.