The former Irish captain returned to the club side after his international retirement
Robbie Keane scored his first goal for LA Galaxy on Sunday night, since retiring from international football.
The striker scored for the former MLS Champions in a 4-2 win over Orlando City in California. Keane scored the fourth goal of the game for the Galaxy to give them a 4-1 lead.
With eight goals now in MLS this season, Keane is five goals behind Giovanni dos Santos in the top-scorer charts for the team.
The Dubliner came off the bench on the hour mark on his return to the team, and he only took ten minutes to find the net.
Keane signed a "multi-year extension" with LA Galaxy in 2014. He is expected to end his career with the team where he has won three league titles.
LA now lie in second place in the Western Conference, with the Dubliner hoping to win his fourth league title this Autumn.