TORONTO (AP) -- Landon Donovan scored an 89th-minute equalizer as the Los Angeles Galaxy rallied from a 2-0 deficit to salvage a 2-2 draw with Toronto FC on Wednesday in the first leg of the CONCACAF Champions League quarterfinals.
Donovan disappointed a raucous crowd of 47,658 when he drove in a loose ball following a corner kick by teammate David Beckham.
It was Donovan's first game with the Galaxy since his loan spell at Everton.
Mike Magee also scored for the Galaxy, the reigning MLS Cup champions. Ryan Johnson and rookie Luis Silva scored for Toronto.
The game was played indoors and on an artificial turf surface at Rogers Centre, home of the Toronto Blue Jays, because of concerns about cold weather affecting an outdoor game at TFC's home stadium, BMO Field.
Beckham and teammate Robbie Keane complained about the surface after training on it the day before the game, and Beckham appeared to stumble when chasing the ball early in the first half.
The former England captain, who rejected European suitors to sign a two-year contract extension with the Galaxy, was also jeered and showered with paper streamers every time he lined up to take a corner kick.
An irritated Beckham went onto the field to pick up a beer can and waved it angrily at the linesman on the corner immediately before Donovan's late goal.
Galaxy hosts the return leg next Wednesday, with the winner advancing to a semifinal against either Seattle Sounders or Mexico's Santos Laguna.
Brad Evans's 63rd-minute header gave Seattle a 2-1 win over Laguna on Wednesday night.
David Estrada scored for Seattle in the 12th minute, and Herculez Gomez equalized in the 61st -- only to have Evans answer less than two minutes later.
Santos Laguna is in the middle of its season in the Mexican first division, while the Sounders won't begin Major League Soccer play until March 17.
"For us, a large part of tonight was going to be about our mentality because we weren't going to be as sharp as them," Seattle coach Sigi Schmid said. "And I think our mentality showed through by scoring right after they scored, and it showed in that I thought we were a little bit better organized in the second half."