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TFC and Red Bulls advance in Disney Classic
February 26th, 2010 12:36AM

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[MLS] Toronto FC and New York advanced to Saturday's final of the Walt Disney World Pro Soccer Classic with wins over FC Dallas and Houston, respectively, on Thursday.

Ugandan trialist Vincent Kayizzi scored the only goal of the game in TFC's 1-0 in over FC Dallas. TFC won despite losing Nick Garcia to a red card in the first half.

Among the trialists Toronto coach Preki brought on in the second half was former D.C. United goal Milos Kocic.

New York beat Houston in a shootout, 6-5, after their game ended in a 0-0 tie.

Danny Cruz hit both posts for the Dynamo in regulation.

Walt Disney World Pro Soccer Classic
February 25 in Lake Buena Vista, Fla.
New York 0 Houston 0 (New York wins 6-5 on penalties).
New York -- Coundoul (Sutton, 46), Jaager (Sassano, 46), Boyens (Ream , 46), Petke (Mendes, 69), Borman (Hall, 43), Miller, Stammler (Ubiparipovic, 46), Lindpere, Richards (Chinn, 69), Angel, Wolyniec (Da Luz, 46).
Houston -- Onstad (Hall, 46), Cochrane (Ustruck, 46), Boswell (Robinson, 46), Chabala (Barrett, 60), Cruz, Palmer (Appiah, 46), Griffit (Cameron, 46), Saiko (De Leon, 46), Navas (Maciel, 68), Boyd (Oduro, 46), Weaver (Walker, 62).

February 25 in Lake Buena Vista, Fla.
Toronto FC 1 FC Dallas 0. Goal: Kayizzi 13.
Toronto FC --
Frei, Attakora, Jammeh, Garcia, Brennan, Kayizzi, de Guzman, Saric, Gala, Gerba, De Rosario.
Dallas -- Lambo, Loyd, Ihemelu, John, Chavez, Hernandez, Guarda, Ferreira, Lloyd, Shea, Harris.
(Substititutes not available.)



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