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August 17th, 2009 7AM
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Seattle moved back into second place in the Western Conference with its 2-0 win at Los Angeles. Meanwhile, D.C. United dropped to ninth place in the overall standings, behind Toronto FC and Chivas USA when Toronto beat D.C., 2-0, and Chivas won by the same score at New York. For all the weekend summaries, standings and leading scorers ...

Results
Aug. 15 in Toronto
Toronto 2 D.C. United 0. Goals: De Rosario (Cronin, Brennen) 30, White (Attakora, Guevara) 66.
Toronto - Frei, Attakora, Gomez, Serioux, Brennen (Galla, 88), De Rosario, Robinson (Guevara, 45), Cronin, Sanyang, Vitti, White (Gerba, 73).
D.C. United - Wicks, Namoff (James, 76), Jakovic, Burch, DiRaimondo (Jacobsen, 45), Simms, Gomez, Wallace, Fred (Moreno, 65), Emilio, Quaranta.
Yellow Cards: Toronto - Cronin 17, Robinson 24, Sanyang 45, Brennen 58; D.C. United - Jakovic 22, Simms 72.
Referee: Alex Prus.
Att.: 20,638.
 
Aug. 15 in Columbus, Ohio
Columbus 2 FC Dallas 0. Goals: Marshall (Rogers) 10, Gaven 87.
Columbus - Hesmer, Padula, Brunner, Marshall, Zayner, Rogers, Moffat (Oughton, 80), O'Rourke, Ekpo (Schelotto, 91+), Moreno, Lenhart (Gaven, 75).
FC Dallas - Sala, Moor, Davies, Torres, Benitez, McCarty, Harris, Ferreira, van den Bergh (Marosevic, 74), Shea (Rocha, 63), Cunningham.
Yellow Cards: Columbus - O'Rourke 66; FC Dallas - Gaven 87.
Referee: Hilario Grajeda.
Att.: 19,115.
 
Aug. 15 in East Rutherford, N.J.
New York 0 Chivas USA 2. Goals: Galindo (Chijindu) 15, Lillingston (Lahoud, Mayen) 92+.
New York - Coundoul, Hall, Goldthwaite, Petke, Johnson (Borman, 46), Sassano (Mbuta, 80), Oebster, Stammler, Celades (Zimmerman, 35), Richards, Wolyniec.
Chivas USA - Thornton, Trujillo, Talley, Jazic, Bornstein, Kljestan, Saragosa, Marsch, Stepanovic (Mayen, 87), Galindo (Lillingston, 73), Chijindu (Lahoud, 60).
Yellow Cards: New York - Petke 70; Chivas USA - Jazic 36, Kljestan 46+, Stepanovic 77.
Referee: Kevin Stott.
Att.: 10,556.
 
Aug. 15 in Sandy, Utah
Real Salt Lake 0 Houston 0.
Real Salt Lake - Rimando, Russell (Wingert, 83), Olave, Borchers, Beltran (Campos, 86), Mathis, Beckerman, Morales, Johnson Espindola (Movsisyan, 65), Findley.
Houston - Onstad, Hainault, Cochrane (Waibel, 90), Boswell, Barrett, Kamara, Holden, Cameron, Davis (Chabala, 83), Ashe (Mullen, 69), Ching.
Yellow Cards: Real Salt Lake - Mathis 4, Olave 30, Beckerman 74, Beltran 77; Houston - Hainault 9, Barrett 35.
Red Cards: Real Salt Lake - Mathis 45; Houston - Hainault 36.
Referee: Paul Ward.
Att.: 16,972.
 
Aug. 15 in Carson, Calif.
Los Angeles 0 Seattle 2. Goals: Zakuani (Evans) 22, Montero (Jaqua, Vagenas) 54.
Los Angeles - Ricketts, DeLaGarza, Gonzalez, Berhalter, Dunivant, Klein (Jordan, 58), Beckham, Miglioranzi (Donovan, 45), Lewis, Kirovski, Gordon (Gordon, 60).
Seattle - Keller, Riley, Marshall, Ianni, Gonzalez, Evans, Alonso, Vagenas, Zakuani (Le Toux, 74), Montero (Scott, 86), Jaqua (Nyassi, 88).
Yellow Cards: Los Angeles - DeLaGarza 14, Kirovski 94+; Seattle - Marshall 65, Montero 81.
Red Cards: Los Angeles - Beckham 17, Lewis 79; Seattle - Marshall 76.
Referee: Ricardo Salazar.
Att.: 20,162.
 
Aug. 16 in Kansas City
Kansas City 0 Chicago 2. Goals: Rolfe (Pappa) 13, Banner (Pause) 89.
Kansas City - Hartman, Watson, Conrad, Hohlbein, Besler (Harrington, 45), Hirsig (Gomez, 69), Morsink, Jewsbury, Espinoza, Wolff, Cristman (Zoltan, 63).
Chicago - Busch, Washington, Robinson, Brown, Prideaux, Pappa (Carr, 88), Pause, Lowry, Mapp (Banner, 66), Rolfe, Nyarko (Dimitrov, 75).
Yellow Cards: Kansas City - Hirsig 68; Chicago - Mapp 45, Pause 91+
Red Card: Kansas City - Zoltan 85.
Referee: Jorge Gonzalez.
Att.: 9,974.
 
Standings
EASTERN W L T GF GA P
Columbus 10 3 9 34 24 39
Chicago 9 4 8 30 23 35
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Toronto FC 8 7 6 30 31 30
D.C. United 6 5 10 34 34 28
New England 6 6 6 20 24 24
Kansas City 5 8 6 20 27 21
New York 2 16 4 16 39 10
WESTERN W L T GF GA P
Houston 11 6 6 30 20 39
Seattle 8 5 8 28 21 32
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Los Angeles 7 4 10 25 23 31
Colorado 8 6 6 32 24 30
Chivas USA 9 7 3 21 19 30
Real Salt Lake 7 8 6 29 24 27
FC Dallas 6 10 5 29 32 23
San Jose 4 11 5 25 38 17
 
Leading Scorers
PLAYER (TEAM) GP G
Casey (Colorado) 14 11
Montero (Seattle) 19 10
Schelotto (Columbus) 18 10
Donovan (Los Angeles) 16 9
Cunningham (FC Dallas) 19 9
De Rosario (Toronto FC) 19 9
Emilio (D.C. United) 18 8
Findley (Real Salt Lake) 18 8

 



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