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MLS Summary (March 27)
March 28th, 2002 12AM

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March 27 in East Rutherford, N.J. MetroStars 0 Columbus 1. Goal: Cunningham (West) 6. MetroStars -- Howard, Jolley, Forko, Petke, Kamler (Davis, 82), Hernandez, Villegas, Paule (Griffiths, 78), Ramos, Serna, Faria. Columbus -- Presthus, Clark, McCarty, Torres, Denton, Warzycha, Maisonneuve, Perez (Oughton, 75), Cunningham, Washington (Dunseth, 75), West (Harkes, 81). Yellow cards: MetroStars -- Hernandez 23, Forko 61; Columbus -- McCarty 27, Denton 60, Oughton 80. Red card: Columbus -- McCarty 71. Referee: Gus St. Silva. Att.: 45,511.


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