Zlatan Ibrahimovic is usually fierce and intimidating on the pitch but even he couldn't help crack a smile as little seven-year-old Malea Emma let out a stunning rendition of America's national anthem.
And, she might be the Galaxy's new good luck charm - the team won the game 3-0 over the Seattle Sounders. She said she practices with her dad every night and told CBS News that when she grows up she hopes to be a "singer, doctor, actress and violinist".
I mean, does it get any cuter?
Malea Emma Tjandrawidjaja is so tiny but she has a voice that is so mighty.
"I was thinking that I can not do anything wrong because it's a really special song to America", Malea Emma said to ABC News. She had performed it three times before, but the crowds were dwarfed by the one at the LA Galaxy match. She's based her singing style on Aguilera, her favorite singer, which came through in Sunday's performance.
"I won?" she asked, grinning ear to ear.
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Malea Emma Tjandrawidjaja performed "The Star-Spangled Banner" to more than 25,000 Major League Soccer fans at LA's StubHub Center. But she likes singing the best.
The crowd was blown away by Malea's performance and even soccer stars such as Zlatan Ibrahimovic were stunned. "I told her it's fine to be nervous because you never show it", her father said.
One future opportunity may be singing the national anthem for the International Champions Cup.
"We don't know where this will end up going", her father told USA Today.
Her performance said the rest.