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Conference races remain tight
by Paul Kennedy, September 19th, 2009 7:32PM

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[MLS] David Beckham's second goal of the season powered the Los Angeles Galaxy to a 2-0 win over Toronto FC on Saturday night and kept it within two points of the Houston Dynamo in the battle for the lead in the Western Conference. On Sunday, the Columbus Crew tied Chicago Fire, 2-2, in the Eastern Conference's top-of-the-table clash and held on to its three-point lead with a game in hand.

In the race for the four wildcard berths, the weekend's losers were Toronto FC, Real Salt Lake, which fell to Houston, 3-2, and New England, which was held to a 1-1 tie by New York. Four points separated the seven teams in contention.

Standings:
EASTERN GP W L T   P
Columbus 24 11  4  9 42
Chicago 25 10  6  9 39
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D.C. United 26  8  6 12 36
Toronto FC 26  9 10  7 34
New England 24  9  8  7 34
Kansas City 25  8 11  6 30
New York 26  4 17  5 17

WESTERN GP W L T P
Houston 27 12  8  7 43
Los Angeles 26 10  5 11 41
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Seattle 26  9  6 11 38
Colorado 25 10  8  7 37
Chivas USA 24 11  9  4 37
Real Salt Lake 26  9 10  7 34
FC Dallas 25  7 12  6 27
San Jose 23  5 12  6 21

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