Compared to his goal from last week, though, this one looked almost routine — there was no fancy dribbling or any of that; he merely got his head on the end of a very well-placed Luke Mulholland cross.
Burrito Martinez. So hot right now. RSL take the lead. pic.twitter.com/43yQ9WOGtU— Total MLS (@TotalMLS) April 24, 2016
Of course, that lead didn't last long — only minutes later, Gyasi Zardes scored from a stunning strike from 20 yards out, leveling the score at 1-1. In the 26th minute, LA took a 2-1 lead with a Mike Magee goal.
And it only got worse than that: Five minutes later, Burrito Martinez was forced off with some sort of injury, being replaced by left back (and left winger) Demar Phillips. Initial indications seemed to be that it was a knee injury, but there was no telling if it come from contact or not. He was seen having his knee wrapped with ice in the 26th minute.