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August 24th, 2009 6:45AM
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New England improved its playoff chances with a 3-1 win over Real Salt Lake thanks to Kheli Dube's hat trick. The win moved the Revs into a tie for seventh place overall with Toronto FC and Colorado and has two games and one game in hand on them. Chivas USA won, 2-0, over Toronto FC in Jesus Padilla's debut and moved into a tie for third place with slumping Seattle in the Western Conference -- and fifth place in the league-wide standings. For all MLS game summaries, standings and leading scorers ...

Aug. 19 in Bridgeview, Ill.
Chicago 0 Los Angeles 2.Goals: Magee (Kirovski) 23, Donovan (Magee) 54.
Chicago -Busch, Washington, Conde, Robinson, Prideaux (Banner, 64), Thorrington, Blanco, Pause (Mapp, 64), Pappa, Rolfe (Dimitrov, 78), Nyarko.
Los Angeles -Ricketts (Saunders, 85), Dunivant, Berhalter, DeLaGarza, Gonzalez, Kovalenko (Klein, 46), Donovan, Birchall (Sanneh, 68), Miglioranzi, Magee, Kirovski.
Yellow Cards: Chicago - Thorrington 60; Los Angeles - Miglioranzi 43, Ricketts 72.
Referee: Silviu Petrescu.
Att.: 20,000.
 
Aug. 20 in Seattle
Seattle 0 New England 1.Goal: Joseph (Ralston, Jankauskas) 21.
Seattle -Keller, Gonzalez (Scott, 90), Hurtado, Ianni, Riley, Zakuani, Alonso, Vagenas (Nyassi, 69), Evans, Montero, Jaqua (Le Toux, 64).
New England -Reis, Heaps, Osei, Barnes, Alston, Mansally (Castro, 80), Joseph, Larentowicz, Nyassi (Thompson, 67), Ralston, Jankauskas (Dube, 65).
Yellow Cards: Seattle - Gonzalez 40, Montero 54, Nyassi 86.
New England - Ralston 43, Jankauskas 47+, Heaps 49+, Reis 65.
Referee: Baldomero Toledo.
Att.: 32,705.
 
Aug. 22 in Washington, D.C.
D.C. United 0 Los Angeles 0.
D.C. United -Wicks, Namoff, Jakovic, Burch, Fred (Jacobson, 83), Gomez (Moreno, 51), Olsen (Pontius, 69), Simms, Wallace, Emilio, Quaranta.
Los Angeles - Ricketts, DeLaGarza, Berhalter, Gonzalez, Dunivant, Beckham, Donovan, Miglioranzi, Lewis (Jordan, 85), Kirovski (Klein, 65), Magee (Gordon, 60).
Yellow Cards: D.C. United - Olsen 10, Wallace 68; Los Angeles - Donovan 31, Magee 54.
Referee: Mark Geiger.
Att.: 22,134.
 
Aug. 22 in Carson, Calif.
Chivas USA 2 Toronto FC 0.Goals: Kljestan (Galindo, Marsch) 32,
Kljestan (Santos) 51.
Chivas USA - Parker, Trujillo, Bornstein, Talley, Jazic, Padilla (Stepanovic, 71), Marsch, Saragosa, Kljestan, Galindo (Nagamura, 77), Santos (Lillingston, 65).
Toronto FC -Frei, Wynne, Attakora, Serioux, Gomez, De Rosario, Guevara (Gerba, 53), Robinson, Cronin (Sanyang, 79), Vitti, White (Barrett, 46).
Yellow Cards: Toronto FC - White 25, Robinson 33, Serioux 59.
Referee: Hilario Grajeda.
Att.: 15,165.
 
Aug. 22 in Santa Clara, Calif.
San Jose 1 Kansas City 0. Goal: Wondolowski (Corrales, Convey) 93+.
San Jose -Cannon, Leitch (Wondolowski, 83), Hernandez, McDonald, Convey, Salinas, Corrales, Luiz, Huckerby (Johnson, 64), Alvarez, Glen (Amarikwa, 39).
Kansas City -Hartman, Watson, Conrad, McKenzie (Besler, 77), Harrington, Hirsig, Gomez, Jewsbury, Lopez (Cristman, 90), Arnaud, Wolff.
Yellow Cards: San Jose - Hernandez 52, Alvarez 81, Luiz 94+; Kansas City - Arnaud 87,
Lopez 90, Besler 91+.
Referee: Ricardo Salazar.
Att.: 9,031.
 
Aug. 23 in East Rutherford, N.J.
New York 3 FC Dallas 2.Goals: Angel (Celades) 4, Richards (Wolyniec, Celades) 27, Angel 88; McCarty (Cunningham) 19, van den Bergh (McCarty) 72.
New York -Cepero, Hall, Borman, Boyens, Goldthwaite, Richards, Stammler, Ubiparipovic (Rojas, 78), Celades (Krupnik, 66), Wolyniec (Kandji, 78), Angel.
FC Dallas - Sala, Moor, Davies (Avila, 71), Ricchetti, Benitez, Harris, Ferreira, McCarty, van den Bergh, Shea (Rocha, 38), Cunningham.
Yellow Cards: New York - Wolyniec 51, Hall 86, Stammler 91+, Kandji 92+; FC Dallas - Ricchetti 56.
Red Card: New York - Goldthwaite 60.
Referee: Jasen Anno.
Att.: 9,648.
 
Aug. 23 in Bridgeview, Ill.
Chicago 3 Colorado 2.Goals: Blanco pen. 72, Banner 85, Robinson (Banner) 93+; Cummings 48, Cummings (Smith) 58.
Chicago -Busch, Washington (Banner, 70), Brown, Robinson, Prideaux, Lowry (Mapp, 76), Blanco, Pause, Pappa, Rolfe, Dimitrov (Nyarko, 58).
Colorado - Pickens, Kimura, Gibbs, Palguta (Ihemelu, 46), Harvey, Smith (Ballouchy, 73), LaBrocca, Mastroeni, Peterson (Dalby, 81), Casey, Cummings.
Yellow Cards: Chicago - Robinson 85; Colorado - Casey 65, Kimura 71, Cummings 82.
Red Card: Chicago - Robinson 93+.
Referee: Ramon Hernandez.
Att.: n/a.
 
Aug 23 in Foxboro, Mass.
New England 3 Real Salt Lake 1.Goals: Dube (Castro, Heaps) 9, Dube 29, Dube (Joseph) 66; Own Goal 85.
New England - Reis, Alston, Barnes, Osei, Heaps, Thompson, Castro (Mansally, 81), Larentowicz (Ralston, 76), Videira (Phelan, 62), Dube, Joseph.
Real Salt Lake - Rimando, Wingert, Borchers, Russell, Beltran, Espindola, Beckerman (Grabavoy, 71), Johnson, Morales (Williams, 13), El Khalifi (Campos, 57), Findley.
Yellow Cards:
New England - Barnes 35, Dube 47; Real Salt Lake - Espindola 35, Johnson 65, Wingert 87.
Referee: Edvin Jurisevic.
Att.: 10,552.
 
April 23 in Houston
Houston 1 Seattle 1.Goals: Cameron (Davis) 36; Jaqua (Zakuani, Riley) 70.
Houston -Onstad, Barrett, Boswell, Cochrane (Waibel, 75), Cameron, Mullan, Clark, Holden, Davis (Ashe, 72), Ching, Kamara (Landin, 75).
Seattle -Keller, Riley, Hurtado (Ianni, 81), Marshall, Gonzalez, Evans, Alonso, Ljungberg (Vagenas, 88), Le Toux, Jaqua, Levesque (Zakuani, 63).
Yellow Cards: Houston - Boswell 19; Seattle - Levesque 13.
Referee: Alex Prus.
Att.: 17,063.
 
Standings
EASTERN W L T GF GA P
Columbus 10 3 9 34 24 39
Chicago 10 5 8 33 27 38
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New England 8 6 6 24 25 30
Toronto FC 8 8 6 30 33 30
D.C. United 6 5 11 34 34 29
Kansas City 5 9 6 20 28 21
New York 3 16 4 19 41 13
WESTERN W L T GF GA P
Houston 11 6 7 31 21 40
Los Angeles 8 4 11 27 23 35
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Seattle 8 6 9 29 23 33
Chivas USA 10 7 3 23 19 33
Colorado 8 7 6 34 27 30
Real Salt Lake 7 9 6 30 27 27
FC Dallas 6 11 5 31 35 23
San Jose 5 11 5 26 38 20
 
Leading Scorers
PLAYER (TEAM) GP G
Casey (Colorado) 14 11
Montero (Seattle) 20 10
Donovan (Los Angeles) 18 10
Schelotto (Columbus) 18 10
Cunningham (FC Dallas) 19 9
De Rosario (Toronto FC) 20 9
Emilio (D.C. United) 19 8
Findley (Real Salt Lake) 18 8

 



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