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Revs silence Sounders after Montero rocket [VIDEO]
by Mike Woitalla, September 28th, 2009 6:45AM

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[MLS NAMES & NUMBERS] Fredy Montero scored on a spectacular long-range rocket but the Seattle Sounders went down to New England. Columbus remained red hot when the Galaxy came to town. FC Dallas' Jeff Cunningham moved to the top of the league-scoring lead at Real Salt Lake's expense. For highlights from last weekend's MLS action. ...

20. The San Jose Earthquakes beat D.C. United, 2-1, at RFK Stadium to break a 20-game MLS road winless streak, which was the second worst in league history to the New York Red Bulls current 25-game run of futility.

SHALRIE JOSEPH. Fredy Montero scored his 12th goal of the season in the sixth minute with a 30-yard strike but the Seattle Sounders' playoff quest suffered a blow when they lost, 2-1, at New England, thanks to a 51st minute penalty kick and a headed goal in the 87th minute by midfielder Shalrie Joseph, whose eight goals this year are his most in his seven seasons.



24. The Columbus Crew's extended league-record home unbeaten streak to 24 matches with a 2-0 victory over the Los Angeles Galaxy on goals by Eddie Gaven and Steven Lenhart. The defending champ's unequaled run includes 22 regular-season and two playoff games.

SACHA KLJESTAN. The Chivas USA midfielder scored from long-range against the lowly New York Red Bulls but shot wide on a stoppage time penalty kick as his team settled for a 1-1 tie at the Home Depot Center.

15. FC Dallas' Jeff Cunningham moved into a tie for league leading scorer with Colorado's Conor Casey by scoring two goals in FC Dallas' 3-0 win over Real Salt Lake. Cunningham now has 119 career MLS goals.

BRIAN McBRIDE. The veteran striker scored his first goal since his two-month injury layoff and it was a big one. He headed home a Justin Mapp service to earn the Fire a 2-2 tie with Toronto FC. It was McBride's seventh goal of the season.

3. The Colorado Rapids played a scoreless tie with Kansas City for their third draw in a row and fourth game without a win.

 



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