KANSAS CITY, Mo. — Josh Wolff and Davy Arnaud scored less than two minutes apart in the second half, and the Kansas City Wizards extended Los Angeles' winless streak to 12 games with a 2-0 win over the Galaxy on Saturday night.

The big draw was supposed to be David Beckham, back after a week playing in World Cup qualifiers for England.

Beckham wasn't much of a factor and Los Angeles didn't generate many good chances on offense, keeping Bruce Arena winless in four games as coach.

The Galaxy's losing streak matches the 1999 MetroStars for the fourth-longest in MLS history, six behind Real Salt Lake's 2006 record.

TORONTO FC 1, CREW 1: At Toronto, Carl Robinson scored in the sixth minute to help Toronto FC earn a draw with Columbus.

DALLAS 2, UNITED 2: At Washington, Andre Rocha scored his second career goal in the 79th minute to help Dallas end a two-game losing skid with a draw against United.