The Los Angeles Galaxy now have another streak going, but this is a losing one. Making a visit to NorCal was no easy task for the Galaxy because the San Jose Earthquakes managed to get past with a 2-1 score Saturday afternoon.

With the loss, the Galaxy dropped to 2-3-9 overall with 15 total points and experienced their second consecutive loss. The Earthquakes improved to 3-8-3.

Pablo Campos and Ryan Johnson helped the hosts score goals in the sixth minute and 54th minute, respectively. San Jose held a comfortable 2-0 edge until Jovan Kirovski netted a shot past the Earthquake goalkeeper in the 65th minute.

The Galaxy, who were without their top scoring forward Landon Donovan, had other opportunities to knot the score, but luck landed the Earthquakes’ way instead.

Los Angeles returns home to face Western Conference powerhouse the Houston Dynamo on Sunday at the Home Depot Center at 7 p.m.