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5. MLS: Facts and Figures
April 24th, 2007 2:46AM

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Three weeks into the 2007 MLS season ...

3 teams are undefeated: New York (2-0-1), Chicago (2-0-1), Columbus (0-0-3).

5 teams are winless:
Columbus, D.C. United, Toronto FC, Real Salt Lake, Los Angeles.

New England's Taylor Twellman is the leading scorer with 3 goals.

New York's Jozy Altidore has two gamewinning goals in three games.

Chicago's Chris Rolfe and Colorado's Terry Cooke lead the league in assists with three each.

Dallas' Clarence Goodson has received three yellow cards in four games.

New York's Clint Mathis' red card last weekend was the seventh of his MLS career, tying Ivan McKinley's all-time MLS record.

Colorado's Pablo Mastroeni's yellow card last weekend was the 62nd of his MLS career.

Average attendance for the first 18 games of the season is 15,760.

The goals-per-game average is 2.50.



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