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Chivas USA and Wizards tie twice
February 24th, 2010 9:23PM
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[MLS] Chivas USA and the Kansas City Wizards played 1-1 and 0-0 ties in a pair of 60-minute matches Thursday at the Reach 11 Sports Complex in Phoenix.

In the first match, Josh Wolff equalized for the Wizards after Mexican Mariano Trujillo put Chivas USA ahead.

Both teams used a number of trialists. In the first game, former U.S. U-17 Carlos Borja, who had spent time in Chivas Guadalajara's farm system after playing in Chivas USA's youth system, played in the back for Chivas USA.

The second game featured younger players on both sides.

Feb. 24 in Phoenix
Chivas USA 1 Kansas City 1. Goals: Trujillo (Lahoud, Jazic) 26; Wolff (Kamara) 45.
1st 60:
Chivas USA –Conway, Talley, Viades, Borja, Jazic, Trujillo, Gavin, Lahoud, Flores, Galindo, Braun
Kansas City --Crayton, Myers, Escobar (Dastan 31), Conrad, Espinoza, Diop, Auvray, Arnaud, Smith, Wolff, Kamara
2nd 60:
Chivas USA -- Kennedy, Sanchez, Suarez, Cuesta, Tangney, Zamora, Padilla (Ochoa 45), Zemanski, Ross, Chijindu, Aghasyan
Kansas City –Pardo, Leathers, Hohlbein, Besler, Harrington, Hirsig (Fuzetti 31), Zusi, Aiyegbusi (Watson 31), Casian, Kraus, Zoltan



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