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MLS Playoff Summaries: Sept. 29, 1996
September 29th, 1996 12AM



Sept. 29 in Dallas

Dallas 2 Kansas City 1. Goals: Kreis (Sanchez) 5, Washington (Lozzano) 32; Preki (Johnston) 30.

Dallas -- Dodd, Santel, Farrer, Ibsen, Lozzano, Sonora, Alvarez, Pollard, Kreis, Sanchez, Washington. Subs: Haynes for Kreis in 59th minute, Elliott for Washington in 68th, Ashton for Sanchezin 82nd.

Kansas City -- Lagerwey, Uderitz, Okafor, Bowers, Gutierrez, Johnston, Sorber, Preki, Chung, Wright, Takawira. Subs: McKeon for Okafor in 46th minute, Klopas for Wright in 68th.

Yellow cards: Dallas -- Kreis 17, Farrer 20; Kansas City -- Sorber 50, Gutierrez 70.

Referee: Esse Baharmast.

Att.: 10,125.

Sept. 29 in Pasadena, Calif.

Los Angeles 2 San Jose 0. Goals: Fraser 84, Hurtado (Campos) 90.

Los Angeles -- Campos, Vanney, Calichman, Fraser, Semioli, Salcedo, Cienfuegos, Armas, Jones, Razov, Hurtado. Subs: Kramer for Razvo in 56th (Campos moved to forward), Karapetyan for Semioli in 63rd.

San Jose -- Salzwedel, Doyle, Martin, Draguicevich, Ianni, Emenalo, Iroha, Rodas, Espinoza, Bravo, Wynalda. Subs: Lewis for Iroha in 59th minute, Butler for Rodas in 70th, Baicher for Draguicevich in 87th.

Yellow cards: Los Angeles -- Hurtado 29; San Jose -- Emenalo 1, Rodas 22, Wynalda 28, Draguicevich 90.

Red cards: San Jose -- Wynalda 67, Draguicevich 90.

Referee: Joshua Patlak.

Att.: 27,833.

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