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MLS: Game summaries (Aug. 26-30)
August 31st, 1998 12AM
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KANSAS CITY 1 D.C. UNITED 2 Aug. 26 in Kansas City Kansas City 1 D.C. United 2. Goals: Preki (pen.) 21; Etcheverry 72, Agoos (Etcheverry) 86. Kansas City --Snitko (5), Vermillion (5), Okafor (5), Bowers (4), Sabanadzovic (4), Wright (4), Preki (5), Chung (5), Johnston (5), Rideout (4), Takawira (5). Sub: Klein (NR) for Wright in 78th minute. D.C. United --Garlick (5), Talley (5), Pope (5), Llamosa (6), Agoos (6), Olsen (6), Williams (5), Etcheverry (7), Kamler (5), Lassiter (4), Moreno (4). Subs: Slivinski (NR) for Kamler in 75th minute, Wood (NR) for Slivinski in 78th. Yellow cards:Kansas City -- Okafor 71; D.C. United -- Garlick 21, Pope 22, Olsen 63. Referee:Alex Prus. Referee's Assistants:Richard Heron, Ali Saheli. Att.:6,401. TAMPA BAY 3 D.C. UNITED 2 (SO) Aug. 29 in Tampa Tampa Bay 2 D.C. United 2 (Tampa Bay wins shootout 1-0). Goals: Prampin (Ramos, Young) 18, Kinnear (Ramos) 87; Lassiter (Agoos, Olsen) 39, Pope (Etcheverry) 85. Tampa Bay --Ravelli (7), George (6), McCarty (5), Yallop (5), Eriksson (6), Salcedo (5), Hejduk (6), Ralston (5), Ramos (7), Young (6), Prampin (6). Subs: Kinnear (6) for Ralson in 68th minute, Shannon (5) for Prampin in 75th, Wise (NR) for Hejduk in 90th. D.C. United --Simpson (5), Talley (5), Pope (7), Llamosa (6), Agoos (6), Olsen (5), Williams (6), Etcheverry (6), Kamler (5), Moreno (5), Lassiter (6). Subs: Wood (5) for Olsen in 77th minute, Gori (4) for Kamler in 85th, Aunger (5) for Moreno in 85th. Shootout:D.C. United -- Etcheverry (wide right), Wood (saved), Aunger (saved), Gori (saved), Talley (saved), Agoos (wide left); Tampa Bay -- Salcedo (saved), Eriksson (wide right), Yallop (wide left), Shannon (high), Young (wide left), Wise (goal). Yellow cards:none. Referee:Kevin Terry. Referee's Assistants:Glenn Prechac, Mario Martinez. Att.:12,670. KANSAS CITY 2 CHICAGO 3 (SO) Aug. 29 in Kansas City Kansas City 2 Chicago 2 (Chicago wins shootout 3-2). Goals: Chung (Rideout, Okafor) 3, Johnston (Takawira, Rideout) 14; Razov (Klopas, Armas) 53, Podbrozny (Wolff) 90. Kansas City --Snitko (6), Bowers (5), Okafor (5), Vermillion (5), Chung (5), Preki (4), Sabanadzovic (5), Johnston (6), Wright (5), Rideout (6), Takawira (6). Subs: Tinsley (5) for Wright in 69th minute, Johnson (NR) for Preki in 82nd, DeBrito (NR) for Sabanadzovic in 90th. Chicago --Thornton (6), Brown (4), Kubik (6), Okaroh (5), Armas (6), Gutierrez (5), Keller (4), Marsch (5), Kosecki (6), Podbrozny (6), Razov (6). Subs: Klopas (5) for Keller in 46th minute, Ibsen (NR) for Marsch in 80th, Wolff (5) for Klopas in 81st. Shootout:Chicago -- Kubik (saved), Razov (high), Wolff (goal), Podbrozny (goal), Ibsen (wide right), Armas (right post), Gutierrez (high), Kosecki (saved), Okaroh (saved), Thornton (saved), Kubik (wide right), Razov (goal); Kansas City -- Chung (saved), Takawira (goal), Debrito (wide right), Okafor (saved), Tinsley (goal), Johnson (saved), Vermillion (saved), Rideout (saved), Bowers (high), Snitko (saved), Chung (off crossbar), Takawira (saved). Yellow cards:Chicago -- Gutierrez 22, Marsch 26. Red cards:Kansas City -- Johnston 64; Chicago -- Brown 64. Referee:Sandra Hunt. Referee's Assistants:Arthur Reed, Craig Lowry. Att.:8,621. DALLAS 2 METROSTARS 0 Aug. 29 in Dallas Dallas 2 MetroStars 0. Goals: Kreis (Pareja) 72, Rodriguez (Alvarez, Washington) 87. Dallas --Dodd (7), Dade (6), Rodriguez (7), Deering (4), Farrer (5), Alvarez (6), Eck (5), Santel (4), Kreis (7), Elliott (6), Trotman (5). Subs: Washington (5) for Trotman in 57th minute, Haynes (6) for Elliott in 61st, Pareja (7) for Santel in 64th. MetroStars --Meola (6), Sonora (6), Lalas (5), Palacios (6), Petke (4), Sorber (4), Kelly (4), Rooney (4), Ramos (5), Vega (4), Hurtado (5). Subs: Duhaney (4) for Petke in 59th minute, Savarese (4) for Rooney in 61st. Yellow cards:Dallas -- Kreis 28, Eck 38; MetroStars -- Palacios 21, Sorber 79, Vega 84. Red card:Dallas -- Deering 30. Referee:Nancy Lay. Referee's Assistants:Laszlo Nagy, Greg Barkey. Att.:11,235. LOS ANGELES 0 COLUMBUS 3 Aug. 29 in Pasadena, Calif. Los Angeles 0 Columbus 3. Goals: McBride (Williams, Thompson) 31, John (Williams, Smith) 44, John (Warzycha) 79. Los Angeles --Hartman (5), Hendrickson (4), Fraser (5), Jolley (5), Vanney (5), Pena (5), Machon (5), Cienfuegos (4), Jones (5), Hermosillo (4), Welton (3). Subs: Mathis (6) for Vanney in 62nd minute, Franchino (NR) for Welton in 84th, Hernandez (NR) for Hendrickson in 84th. Columbus --Sommer (6), Clark (6), Dooley (5), Iribarren (6), Elcock (6), Thompson (6), Williams (6), Yeagley (6), Smith (5), John (6), McBride (5). Subs: Warzycha (5) for Williams in 70th minute, Abukusumo (NR) for Yeagley in 78th, Cannon (NR) for Clark in 82nd. Yellow cards:Los Angeles -- Cienfuegos 57, Mathis 76; Columbus -- McBride 37. Referee:Reggie Rutty. Referee's Assistants:Roberto Van De Wyngard, Kari Seitz. Att.:19,633. SAN JOSE 1 COLORADO 3 Aug. 29 in San Jose, Calif. San Jose 1 Colorado 3. Goals: Uribe (Cerritos, Barrett) 75; Paule (Vermes, White) 23, Vermes (Paule, Trittschuh) 25, White (Bravo) 46. San Jose --Kramer (5), Dayak (4), Doyle (4), Lewis (5), Martin (4), Cloutier (5), Medved (4), Mella (5), Barrett (6), Cerritos (5), Wynalda (4). Subs: Vasquez (5) for Dayak in 53rd minute, Uribe (5) for Medved in 53rd, Figueroa (5) for Mella in 73rd. Colorado --Hahnemann (6), Bent (6), Trittschuh (5), Balboa (6), Martinez (5), DiGiamarino (5), Vermes (7), Paule (6), Vaudreuil (6), Bravo (6), White (7). Subs: Harris (5) for White in 65th minute, C.Henderson (5) for Bravo in 75th, Jakins (NR) for Paule in 86th. Yellow cards:San Jose -- Lewis 73; Colorado -- DiGiamarino 22, Paule 52, Trittschuh 57. Referee:Michael Kennedy. Referee's Assistants:Scott Weyland, Javier Padilla. Att.:15,101. MIAMI 3 NEW ENGLAND 2 Aug. 30 in Ft. Lauderdale, Fla. Miami 3 New England 2. Goals: Serna (Kelderman, Valderrama) 17, Serna (Paulinho McLaren, Valderrama) 28, Serna (Valderrama, Parra) 80; Gorter (Moore, Diaz Arce) 56, Diaz Arce (Moore, Motajo) 74. Miami --Napoleon (5), Mastroeni (6), Kmosko (5), Webber (6), Maessner (4), Cullen (5), Parra (5), Kelderman (5), Valderrama (7), Paulinho McLaren (6), Serna (9). Subs: Gutierrez (5) for Kelderman in 70th minute, Marshall (5) for Paulinho McLaren in 76th. New England --Feuer (5), Michallik (3), Dunseth (5), Goulooze (4), Motajo (5), Alvarez (4), McKinley (5), Gorter (7), Baba (5), Moore (6), Diaz Arce (6). Subs: Mohammed (5) for Michallik in 54th minute, Keegan (5) for Alvarez in 54th, Jair (NR) for Motajo in 78th. Yellow card:New England -- Keegan 75. Referee:Brian Hall. Referee's Assistants:Roger Sill, Andrew Barnes. Att.:6,127.


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