Landon Donovan scored on a late penalty kick to give the Los Angeles Galaxy a 1-0 victory last night over host Chivas USA, making teammate Kevin Hartman Major League Soccer's all-time winningest goalkeeper with his 102nd career victory.

Hartman made three saves for his sixth shutout of the season.

The Galaxy (9-8-5) broke a three-game winless streak in league play by defeating Chivas USA (3-16-3) for the fifth time in five meetings this year.

Donovan, who entered the game in the 46th minute, scored his seventh goal of the season in the 83rd.

Chivas USA goalkeeper Brad Guzan had tripped him in the penalty area a minute earlier after Donovan beat Guzan on a breakaway. When Guzan dived to his right on the penalty kick, Donovan placed the ball where the goalkeeper had been standing.

Chivas USA's best chance to score came in the 74th minute, when Hartman deflected Orlando Perez's 21-yard line drive over the crossbar.

Hector Cuadros, Chivas USA's leading scorer, played his first game since sustaining a concussion July 22. He replaced Thiago Martins in the 46th minute.

* REVOLUTION 4, REAL 1: Clint Dempsey and Taylor Twellman scored four minutes apart early in the first half as New England bounced back from its first home loss of the season to beat visiting Real Salt Lake.

Defender Jay Heaps assisted on both those goals for the Revolution (11-4-6), which lost, 2-1, at home to Kansas City on Saturday.

Jason Kreis scored his eighth goal of the season on a direct kick in the 31st minute for Real Salt Lake (5-12-4), which remained winless on the road this season.

New England took a 3-1 lead in the 76th minute when Real Salt Lake scored an own goal after Steve Ralston's corner kick.

Rookie Khano Smith also scored on a blast from the left wing in the 90th minute.

Dempsey scored his seventh goal of the season on a header in the 12th minute off a cross from Heaps on the right wing.

Twellman scored his 10th in the 16th minute after Heaps headed Jose Cancela's corner kick.

* WIZARDS 3, FIRE 2: Josh Wolff scored a pair of goals for Kansas City, which rallied from a two-goal deficit in the first six minutes to win in Chicago.

Thiago and Lubos Reiter scored quickly for Chicago before the Wizards came back. Wolff scored at the 37-minute mark, Sasha Victorine tied it six minutes later, and Wolff gave Kansas City the win at the 68-minute mark.

Kansas City improved to 9-5-8 and Chicago dropped to 11-9-3.