The Los Angeles Galaxy continued to build momentum in the Western Conference, shutting down the San Jose Earthquakes 3-0 at Stub Hub Center on Saturday night.
The Galaxy (13-9-4) with the victory against San Jose held on solid to second place and have won three straight MLS games this season.
"Every thing's clicking, and I think we felt when we had our full team together, this was possible. So we're real happy with how things are going, and we want to keep making a push," said Donovan.
He is just three goals shy of having the all time MLS record for goals scored.
Later on in the 43rd minute, Keane connected on a penalty kick that gave the Galaxy the 2-0 lead.
Keane was not done, in the 67th minute he scored a spectacular goal for the 3-0 lead.
San Jose (9-10-7) had no answer for the Galaxy and currently sit in eight place in the Western Conference. The Earthquakes defense was lackluster, and could not contain the dynamic duo known as Keane and Donovan.
"If we give them time and space, they were going to hurt us. ... If you give Landon Donovan and Robbie Keane time and space to run at you, you're in big trouble," said San Jose coach Mark Watson.
Keane and Donovan have been unstoppable lately. Keane has seven goals and three assists and Donovan five goals and three assists in their last five games.
This was Donovan's last Galaxy game as he travels to play with the U.S. National team. Keane will also be playing a couple for his native Ireland team as well.