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Chivas USA is latest MLS casualty in Open Cup
July 19th, 2007 7AM

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Chivas USA became the fifth MLS team to fall in the third round of the Lamar Hunt U.S. Open Cup when it lost, 3-1, to the USA-1's Seattle Sounders, for whom Sebastien Le Toux scored twice. The Sounders face MLS's Colorado Rapids in the quarterfinals Aug. 7 in Seattle.

THIRD ROUND
July 9
FC Dallas (MLS) 1 (Ruiz 74) Atlanta Silverbacks (USL-1) 1 (Antoniuk 78).
(FC Dallas wins 4-3 on penalty kicks.)

July 10
Richmond Kickers (USL-2) 1 (Bulow 31) Los Angeles Galaxy (MLS) 0.

Charleston Battery (USL-1) 1 (Armstrong pen. 106) Houston Dynamo (MLS) 0 (OT).

Rochester Rhinos (USL-1) 2 (Diallo 76, 85) New England Revolution (MLS) 4 (Ralston 19, pen. 90, Twellman 67, 90).

Colorado Rapids (MLS) 3 (Cancela 22, Gomez 50, Cummings 89) California Victory (USL-1) 1 (Epitie 79).

July 11
Harrisburg City Islanders (USL-2) 1 (Fisher 44) D.C. United (MLS) 0.

July 15
Carolina RailHawks (USL-1) 1 (Cephas 56) Chicago Fire (MLS) 0.

July 18
Seattle Sounders (USL-1) 3 (Le Toux 44, 51, Levesque 81) Chivas USA (MLS) 1 (Merlin 15)



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