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MLS Game Summaries: May 29, 1996
May 30th, 1996 12AM


May 29 in Denver

Colorado 2 Dallas 0. Goals: Henderson (Benedetti) 24, Harbor (pen.) 67.

Colorado -- Hudock, Kmosko, Hamlett, Balboa, Henderson, Trittschuh, Kinnear, Benedetti, Wegerle, Sharpe, Harbor. Subs: Bates for Sharpe in 72nd minute.

Dallas -- Dodd, Santel, Lozzano, Farrer, Sonora, Kreis, Haynes, Kerr, Eck, Sanchez. Subs: Rodriguez for Kreis in 61st minute, Glenn for Kerr in 74th, Puskarich for Ashton in 78th.

Yellow cards: none.

Referee: Brian Hall.

Att.: 10,971.

May 29 in San Jose

San Jose 2 Kansas City 1. Goals: Wynalda 23, Wynalda (Baicher) 46; Allnutt (Chung) 70.

San Jose -- Salzwedel, Emenalo, Doyle, Dayak, Iroha, Baicher, Martin, H. Gutierrez, Espinoza, Bravo, Wynalda. Subs: Rodas for H. Gutierrez in 50th minute, Lewis for Baicher in 71st.

Kansas City -- Lagerway, Ekeme, Okafor, Bowers, Uderitz, Eichmann, Reasoner, Chung, Preki, Prampin, Johnston. Subs: Allnutt for Eichmann in 46th minute, D. Gutierrez for Reasoner in 68th.

Yellow cards: San Jose -- Martin 17, Emenalo 25, Iroha 36, Doyle 40, Wynalda 85; Kansas City -- Lagerway 22, Uderitz 31.

Referee: Kevin Stott.

Att.: 10,299.

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