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Home teams rule, so far
April 4th, 2008 6:30AM
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[BY THE NUMBERS]With Chicago's 4-0 win over New England and Los Angeles' 2-0 victory over San Jose, home teams remain undefeated in the MLS season's first eight games. The Los Angeles Galaxy's attendance of 27,000 was the highest of the season so far.

Chicago got two goals from Polish newcomer Tomasz Frankowski and one a apiece from Chad Barrett and Cuauhtemoc Blanco against the Revs, which played a man down for 83 minutes after Jeff Larentowicz's ejection for a lunging cleats-up tackle.

MLS FIRST EIGHT GAMES (by attendance)
Los Angeles 2-0 San Jose 27,000
Real Salt Lake 1-1 Chicago 20,272
Colorado 4-0 Los Angeles 18,713
FC Dallas 1-1 Chivas USA 17,540
Chicago 4-0 New England 15,553
Columbus 2-0 Toronto 13,843
New England3-0 Houston 11,116
Kansas City 2-0 D.C. United 10,385
(home team listed first)

 



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