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MLS Results
April 28th, 2008 6:45AM

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Defending champ Houston remained winless after dropping a 1-0 decision at Columbus in what was the weekend's lowest scoring game. Toronto and L.A. fans were served up goalfests. For all the MLS summaries, standings, leading scorers and next week's schedule ...

MLS STANDINGS
Eastern Conference
Columbus 12 points
Chicago 10
New England 10
Kansas City 10
Toronto FC 9
New York 7
D.C. United 6

Western Conference
FC Dallas 8
Los Angeles 7
Colorado 6
Chivas USA 4
Real Salt Lake 4
San Jose 3
Houston 3

LEADING SCORERS
Donovan (Los Angeles) 8 goals
A. Moreno (Columbus) 4
Cooper (FC Dallas) 4
J. Moreno (D.C. United) 3
Kljestan (Chivas USA) 3

SCHEDULE
Thursday, May 1
Toronto FC-New York, 7 pm ET
ESPN2, ESPN Deportes
Saturday, May 3
New England-Chicago, 7:30 pm ET
Direct Kick, MLSLIVE.tv
Columbus-Kansas City, 7:30 pm ET
Fox Soccer Channel, Fox Sports en Espanol
Houston-Chivas USA, 8:30 pm ET
HDNet
Real Salt Lake-Los Angeles 9 pm ET
Direct Kick, MLSLIVE.tv
San Jose-FC Dallas, 10 pm ET
Direct Kick, MLSLIVE.tv
Sunday, May 4
Colorado-D.C. United, 3 pm ET
TeleFutura

MLS SUMMARIES (April 26-27)
April 26 in Toronto

Toronto FC 2 Kansas City 0. Goals: Guevara 56, Guevara 77.
Toronto FC - Sutton, Wynne, Marshall, Velez, Brennan, Ricketts (Dunivant, 78), Edu, Robinson, Robert (Smith, 83), Dichio (Cunningham, 65), Guevara.
Kansas City - Hartman, Myers, Conrad, Wahl (Colombano, 76), Harrington, Jewsbury, Morsink, Zavagnin (Marinelli, 61), Espinoza (Victorine, 61), Trujillo, Lopez.
Yellow Cards: Kansas City - Conrad 56.
Referee: Kevin Stott.
Att.: 20,045.

April 26 in Columbus
Columbus 1 Houston 0.
Goal: Moreno 22.
Columbus - Hesmer, Hejduk, Marshall, O'Rourke, Padula (Hendrickson, 66), Rogers, Carroll, Moffat, Gaven (Evans, 84), Schelotto (Iro, 94+), Moreno.
Houston - Onstad, Mulrooney, Boswell, Ianni (Holden, 77), Barrett, Mullan (Ashe, 77), Clark, De Rosario, Davis, Caraccio (Cameron, 87), Ching.
Yellow Cards: Columbus - Moffat 48, Hesmer 91, Hejduk 96; Houston - Boswell 28.
Referee: Terry Vaughn.
Att.: 15,271.

April 26 in Washington, D.C.
D.C. United 4 Real Salt Lake 1
. Goals: Moreno pen. 31, Moreno pen. 52, Quaranta (Moreno, Dyachenko) 67, Gallardo (Burch, Moreno) 80; Talley (Beltran, Morales) 77.
D.C. United - Wells, Namoff, Martinez, Peralta, Stratford (Dyachenko, 41), Quaranta, Gallardo, Simms, Fred (Burch, 22), Emilio, Moreno (Kirk, 82).
Real Salt Lake - Rimando, Wingert, Borchers, Olave, Joy (Williams, 58), Kovalenko, Morales, Talley, Beckerman (Beltran, 73), Deuchar, Findley (Movsisyan, 59).
Yellow Cards: D.C. United - Fred 9, Dyachenko 47, Gallardo 86; Real Salt Lake - Talley 5, Kovalenko 86, Olave 89.
Referee: Baldomero Toledo.
Att.: 23,269.

April 26 in Bridgeview, Ill.
Chicago 2 Colorado 1.
Goals: Thorrington 53, Thorrington (Mapp, Frankowski) 84; McManus (C. Gomez) 86.
Chicago - Busch, Prideaux, Gutierrez, Soumare, Segares, Thorrington, Blanco, Pause, Mapp (Conde, 89), Frankowski (Carr, 85), Barrett (King, 79).
Colorado - Coundoul, Gray, Erpen, Keel, Burciaga Jr. (Peterson, 85), Cooke (H. Gomez, 59), C. Gomez, LaBrocca, Mastroeni (Gomes, 70), Clark, McManus.
Yellow Cards: Chicago - Segares 45, Gutierrez 88; Colorado - C.Gomez 45, H.Gomez 64, Gray 66.
Referee: Tim Weyland.
Att.: 14,251.

April 26 in Carson, Calif.
Los Angeles 5 Chivas USA 2.
Goals: Donovan 18, Donovan 59, Gordon 76, Donovan (Gordon) 78, Gordon (Donovan, Beckham) 84; Kljestan (Bornstein) 38, Razov 62.
Los Angeles - Cronin, Klein, Franklin, Xavier, Vanney, Beckham, Franchino, McDonald, Randolph, Buddle (Gordon, 70), Donovan.
Chivas USA - Guzan, Vaughn, Suarez, Thomas (Harris, 79), Bornstein, Kljestan, Mendoza, Marsch, Nagamura (Wicky, 81), Galindo (Razov, 57), Braun.
Yellow Cards: Los Angeles - McDonald 6, Donovan 8, Franchino 45; Chivas USA - Thomas 65.
Referee: Jair Marrufo.
Att.: 27,000.

April 27 in East Rutherford, N.J.
New York 2 San Jose 0.
Goals: Magee pen. 79, Altidore (Wolyniec) 95.
New York - Conway, Leitch, Parke, Goldthwaite (Mendes, 75), Sassano, Reyna, Stammler, Ubiparipovic (Magee, 46), van den Bergh (Borman, 72), Altidore, Wolyniec.
San Jose - Cannon, Hernandez, Cochrane, Garcia, Riley, O'Brien, Corrales, Grabavoy (Peguero, 67), Guerrero (Salinas, 81), Kamara, Glinton (Vide, 46).
Yellow Cards: San Jose - Hernandez 36, Corrales 61, Garcia 87.
Referee: Michael Kennedy.
Att.: 9,053.



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