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Sounders reward their faithful [VIDEO]
June 29th, 2009 7AM

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[MLS WINNERS & LOSERS] The Seattle Sounders drew the biggest crowd of the 2009 season and did not disappoint their fans. Los Angeles beat the West's leader, but it was the same old story for the Red Bulls.

WINNERS

SEATTLE. The Sounders drew the biggest crowd of the 2009 season, 32,526, and rolled past the Colorado Rapids, 3-0. Nate Jaqua scored twice and Fredy Montero, who assisted on both of Jaqua's goals, scored his eighth of the season and increased his scoring streak to four games. The game also marked the Sounders' first shutout in 10 MLS games and ended the Rapids' eight-game unbeaten run. VIDEO

CLINT MATHIS. The former U.S. international who has been written off several times in his career continues to shine this season. He tallied his sixth assist of the season and scored his second goal as Real Salt Lake downed Toronto, 3-0, at home in front of 18,188 fans. VIDEO

LOSERS

NEW YORK. The Red Bulls lost the rematch of MLS Cup 2008, falling 1-0 to Columbus on a goal by defender Chad Marshall in Columbus before a crowd of 15,575. The Red Bulls, which lost last season's final, 3-1, to the Crew, dropped to 2-12-4. The Crew improved to 5-3-7. VIDEO

HOUSTON. The Dynamo's 11-match unbeaten streak came to an end with a 1-0 loss at Los Angeles, which got its goal from defender Todd Dunivant. The Galaxy snapped its two-game losing streak. VIDEO

 



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