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MLS: Results and Standings (May 31)
May 31st, 1998 12AM

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Results

May 31
  • New England 1 MetroStars 2 (SO)
  • Dallas 2 Miami 0
  • Colorado 2 Kansas City 1
May 30
  • Columbus 4 San Jose 1
  • Tampa Bay 1 D.C. United 2 (SO)
  • Los Angeles 1 Chicago 2 (SO)

Standings

EASTERN GP W L P GF GA
D.C. United 14 11 3 25 30 21
Columbus 12 7 5 21 24 16
MetroStars 11 6 5 16 19 20
Miami 13 5 8 11 11 27
New England 11 4 7 10 19 20
Tampa Bay 13 2 11 6 14 26
Shootout records: Miami 2-0, MetroStars 1-0, D.C. United 4-1, New England 1-2, Columbus: 0-2, Tampa Bay 0-2.
WESTERN GP W L P GF GA
Los Angeles 12 10 2 28 36 20
Dallas 11 7 4 17 17 16
Chicago 11 6 5 16 20 13
San Jose 12 5 7 15 22 24
Kansas City 13 5 8 11 15 19
Colorado 13 5 8 11 27 32
Shootout records: Dallas 2-1, Kansas City 2-1, Colorado 2-2, Chicago 1-1, Los Angeles 1-1, San Jose 0-3.


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