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Eddie Johnson takes MLS scoring lead
July 24th, 2007 7AM
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[STATS] Kansas City striker Eddie Johnson's two goals in Sunday's 2-2 tie with Colorado puts him in the MLS scoring lead with 12 goals and matches his season high of 12 in the 2004 season when he played for Dallas. For MLS stats through July 22 ...

MLS STATISTICS (through July 22)

Eastern Conference
Team W-L-T PTS

New England 7-3-6 27
New York 8-6-3 27
Kansas City 7-5-5 26
Columbus 6-5-7 25
D.C. United 7-6-3 24
Toronto FC 5-8-4 19
Chicago 4-8-4 16

Western Conference
Team W-L-T PTS
Houston 10-5-4 34
FC Dallas 9-6-3 30
Chivas USA 7-5-3 24
Colorado 4-8-6 18
Los Angeles 3-5-4 13
Real Salt Lake 1-8-6 9

SCHEDULE (home team first, times ET)
Thursday, July 26
New York-Chivas USA, 7 pm.
Saturday, July 28
Real Salt Lake-New England, 9:30 pm.
Sunday, July 29
Toronto FC-Chicago, 3 pm.
Kansas City-Chivas USA, 7 pm.
(TV schedule will appear in Friday's Daily.)

Thursday, July 19
MLS All-Stars 2 Celtic 0
Sunday, July 22
New England 3 Houston 3
New York 1 D.C. United 0
Columbus 2 Toronto FC 0
Kansas City 2 Colorado 2

Player (team) GP G
Johnson (Kansas City) 11 12
Emilio (D.C. United) 16 10
Angel (New York) 11 9
Twellman (New England) 13 8
Dorman (New England) 16 7
Galindo (Chivas USA) 15 7
Ching (Houston) 14 6
Cunningham (Toronto FC) 15 6
Ngwenya (Houston) 19 6
Toja (FC Dallas) 18 6

Team: average home attendance

Los Angeles: 22,586
Toronto FC: 19,994
D.C. United: 17,722
Real Salt Lake: 16,735
FC Dallas: 14,947
Colorado: 14,926
New England: 14,764
Houston: 14,417
Chicago: 14,055
Chivas USA: 13,013
Columbus: 12,698
New York: 11,612
Kansas City: 9,244
Leaguewide: 107 games, 1,601,445 fans for 14,967 average.

Team: goals scored per game
New England: 1.81
Kansas City: 1.71
D.C. United: 1.63
New York: 1.53
Houston: 1.47
Los Angeles: 1.42
Chivas USA: 1.33
FC Dallas: 1.33
Columbus: 1.28
Toronto FC: 1.06
Colorado: 0.89
Chicago: 0.81
Real Salt Lake: 0.80
Leaguewide goals per game average: 2.63 goals per game.

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