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MLS Results
August 10th, 2009 6:45AM

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The Los Angeles Galaxy moved closer to returning to the MLS playoffs after a three-year absence, winning, 2-1, at New England and moving into second place in the Western Conference.

Results:
Aug. 6 in Frisco, Texas
FC Dallas 1 Houston 0. Goal: Cunningham 20.
FC Dallas - Sala, Moor, Davies (Torres, 59), Ricchetti, Benitez, Harris, Ferreira, McCarty, van den Bergh, Shea (Rocha, 66), Cunningham (Wagner, 78).
Houston - Onstad, Hainault, Boswell, Cameron, Chabala (Cruz, 72), Ashe, Clark, Holden, Davis (James, 65), Ching (Kamara, 46), Oduro.
Yellow Cards: Houston - Boswell 12, Onstad 16, Kamara 56, James 85; FC Dallas - Ricchetti 22, Harris 36, Sala 84.
Red Card: Houston - Davis 73.
Referee: Baldomero Toledo.
Att.: 7,442.
 
Aug. 8 in Foxboro, Mass.
New England 1 Los Angeles 2. Goals: Ralston pen. 83; Donovan 21, Kirovski (Gordon, Lewis) 52.
New England - Reis, Barnes, Osei (Phelan, 67), Alston, Heaps, Joseph, Ralston, Larentowicz, Mansally, Dube (Thompson, 78), Jankauskas (Nyassi, 46).
Los Angeles - Ricketts, DeLaGarza, Gonzalez, Berhalter, Dunivant, Donovan, Beckham (Birchall, 87), Miglioranzi, Lewis (Klein, 80), Kirovski, Gordon (Jordan, 92+).
Yellow Cards: New England - Mansally 74; Los Angeles - Lewis 77.
Referee: Jorge Gonzalez.
Att.: 26,623.
 
Aug. 8 in San Francisco
San Jose 0 Columbus 3. Goals: Moreno (Rogers, Ekpo) 69, Rogers 73, Moffat (Padula) 86.
San Jose - Cannon, Leitch (Amarikwa, 75), Hernandez, McDonald, Convey, Salinas, Luiz, Sanchez (Wondolowski, 85), Huckerby, Glen, Johnson (Alvarez, 64).
Columbus - Hesmer, Brunner, Marshall, Padula, Zayner, Carroll, Gaven (Ekpo, 63), O'Rourke, Rogers, Garey (Moreno, 60), Lenhart (Moffat, 84).
Yellow Cards: San Jose - Salinas 55; Columbus - Lenhart 53, Carroll 67.
Referee: Jeff Gontarek.
Att.: n/a.
 
Aug. 8 in Sandy, Utah
Real Salt Lake 1 Seattle 0. Goal: Findley (Rimando) 62.
Real Salt Lake - Rimando, Wingert, Borchers, Olave, Beltran, Beckerman, Morales, Johnson, Mathis (El Khalifi, 67), Findley, Espindola (Campos, 89).
Seattle - Keller, Evans, Hurtado, Marshall, Gonzalez (Nyassi, 81), Ljungberg, Alonso (Sturgis, 81), Vagenas, Zakuani, Montero, Jaqua (Levesque, 69).
Yellow Cards: Real Salt Lake - Mathis 11, Beckerman 65; Seattle - Hurtado 76.
Referee: Kevin Stott.
Att.: 14,193.
 
Aug. 8 in Commerce City, Colo.
Colorado 4 Chivas USA 0. Goals: Mastroeni (Cummings) 1, Casey (Cummings) 4, Casey (Cummings, Kimura) 23, Casey pen. 47+.
Colorado - Pickens, Kimura, Gibbs (Harden, 77), Palguta, Harvey, Smith, LaBrocca, Mastroeni (Ballouchy, 69), Clark, Casey (Noonan, 71), Cummings.
Chivas USA - Parker, Mayen, Bornstein, Thomas, Jazic, Kljestan (Lahoud, 46), Marsch, Saragosa, Victorine (Stepanovic, 46), Galindo, Lillingston (Burling, 46).
Yellow Cards: Colorado - Mastroeni 66; Chivas USA - Marsch 40.
Red Card: Chivas USA - Thomas 46+.
Referee: Alex Prus.
Att.: 13,364.
 
Aug. 9 in Houston
Houston 3 Chicago 2. Goals: Kamara (Cameron) 21, Clark (Ching) 37, Holden pen. 83; Rolfe 46, Lowry (Blanco) 48.
Houston - Onstad, Barrett, Hainault, Boswell, James, Cameron, Clark, Holden, Ashe, Kamara (Oduro, 80), Ching (Akinbiyi, 89).
Chicago - Busch, Prideaux, Brown, Soumare (Banner, 46), Segares (Woolard, 5; Robinson, 60), Pappa, Blanco, Pause, Lowry, Rolfe, Nyarko.
Yellow Cards: Houston - Ching 56; Chicago - Brown 35, Prideaux 39, Busch 46, Rolfe 62, Blanco 73.
Referee: Terry Vaughn.
Att.: 18,809.
 
Standings
EASTERN W L T GF GA P
Columbus 9 3 9 32 24 36
Chicago 8 4 8 28 23 32
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D.C. United 6 4 10 34 32 28
Toronto FC 7 7 6 28 31 27
New England 6 6 6 20 24 24
Kansas City 5 7 6 20 25 21
New York 2 15 4 16 37 10
WESTERN W L T GF GA P
Houston 11 6 5 30 20 38
Los Angeles 7 3 10 25 21 31
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Colorado 8 6 6 32 24 30
Seattle 7 5 8 26 21 29
Chivas USA 8 7 3 19 19 27
Real Salt Lake 7 8 5 29 24 26
FC Dallas 6 9 5 29 30 23
San Jose 4 11 5 25 38 17
 
Leading Scorers
PLAYER (TEAM) GP G
Casey (Colorado) 14 11
Schelotto (Columbus) 17 10
Montero (Seattle) 18 9
Donovan (Los Angeles) 15 9
Cunningham (FC Dallas) 18 9
De Rosario (Toronto FC) 18 8
Emilio (D.C. United) 17 8
Findley (Real Salt Lake) 17 8



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