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Angel hat trick gives unbeaten Red Bulls Disney Classic title
February 27th, 2010 11:35PM
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[MLS] Juan Pablo Angel scored a hat trick to lead the New York Red Bulls past Toronto FC, 4-0, Saturday night and give them the Walt Disney World Pro Soccer Classic title at the ESPN Wide World of Sports Complex.

Rookie forward Conor Chinn also scored for New York, which improved to 4-0-3 in preseason. Rookie Austin da Luz added two assists.

Red Bulls academy star Juan Agudelo started up front with Angel.

In the third-place game, Houston beat FC Dallas, 2-1, on goals by Jamaican Lovel Palm e r and Cam Weaver.

Dynamo academy trialist Francisco Navas was the only Houston field player to play 90 minutes.

Feb. 27 in Lake Buena Vista, Fla.
New York Red Bulls 4, Toronto FC 0
NY: Angel (Lindpere) 32
NY: Angel (Miller, Ream) 37
NY: Angel (da Luz, Stammler) 49
NY: Chinn (da Luz, Tchani) 85
New York -- Coundoul (Patterson-Sewell 46), Miller, Ream, Petke (Mendes 61), Jaager (Sassano 46), Oebster (da Luz 46), Lindpere (Tchani 61), Ubiparipovic (Stammler 46), Hall (Wolyniec 76), Agudelo (Chinn 46), Angel (N.Garcia 71).
Toronto FC – Frei, Hane, Harden (Gala 68), N.Garcia (Gomez 46), Gargan (Wynne 46), Brennan (Kayizzi 46), de Guzman, De Rosario (Saric 61), Cronin, Bajic (Gerba 46), Ijeh (White 46).

Houston Dynamo 2 FC Dallas 1
FCD -- Ferreira (Chavez) 13
HOU -- Palmer (unassisted) 16
HOU -- Weaver (unassisted) 53
Houston -- Onstad, Cochrane (Ustruck 46), Robinson (Boswell 46), Chabala (Barrett 46), Cruz (Appiah 46), Palmer (Mullan 59), Cameron (Griffit 46), Saiko (De Leon 59), Navas, Ching (Weaver 46), Boyd (Oduro 59).
FC Dallas -- Sala, Edward (Loyd 58), Purdy, John, Benitez (Avila 72), Alexander, McCarty (Fahim 83), Ferreira, Chavez (Hashimoto 75), Shea (Wallace 57), Harris (Yeisley 69).



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