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MLS this week ...
April 10th, 2010 8:17PM
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[SCOREBOARD] The Los Angeles Galaxy became only the second MLS team to open with three straight shutout victories when it won, 2-0, at Houston. The only other unbeaten and untied team is Kansas City, a 1-0 winner over Colorado. For all the summaries and highlights on MLS's first eight-game day, which produced an average of 3.25 goals a game, as well as league standings and leading scorers ...

Saturday, April 10

Real Salt Lake 2 Seattle 2 Att.: 19,970.
Chicago 1 San Jose 2 Att.: 20,276. Highlights
FC Dallas 2 Columbus 2 Att.: 10,556. Highlights
Houston 0 Los Angeles 2 Att.: 16,459. Highlights
Kansas City 1 Colorado 0 Att.: 10,228. Highlights
New England 4 Toronto FC 1 Att.: 12,798. Highlights
Philadelphia 3 D.C. United 2 Att.: 34,870. Highlights
Chivas USA 2 New York 0 Att.: 12,597. Highlights

April 10 in Sandy, Utah
Real Salt Lake 2 Seattle 2.
Goals: Johnson (Russell, Findley) 53, Saborio (N.Gonzalez) 80; Zakuani (Riley) 11, own goal 72.
Real Salt Lake -- Rimando, Russell, Olave, Borchers, Wingert, Grabavoy (N.Gonzalez 46), Beckerman, Morales (Williams, 39), Johnson, Findley (Saborio 46), Espindola.
Seattle -- Keller, Riley, Hurtado, Marshall, L.Gonzalez (Wahl 46), Noonan, Evans, Alonso, Zakuani (Levesque 46), Ljungberg, Montero (Sturgis 46).
Yellow Cards:
Real Salt Lake -- Wingert 60; Seattle -- Marshall 56.
Abiodun Okulaja.
Att.: 19,970.

April 10 in Bridgeview, Ill.
Chicago 1 San Jose 2. Goals: Pappa (John, Nyarko) 52; Alvarez 49, Opara (Convey) 82.
Chicago -- Dykstra, Ward (Banner, 85), Brown, Conde, Umanzor (Krol, 64), Lowry, Pappa, Husidic (Mapp, 46), John, McBride, Nyarko.
San Jose --
Cannon, Beitashour, Opara, Hernandez, Corrales, Andre Luiz, McDonald, Gjertsen, Convey, Alvarez, Johnson (Glen, 86).
Yellow Cards: San Jose -- Andre Luiz 28.
Referee: Mark Geiger.

April 10 in Frisco, Texas
FC Dallas 2 Columbus 2. Goals: Cunningham (pen.) 29, Avila 90; Moffat (Lenhart) 52, Barros Schelotto 82.
FC Dallas -- Hartman, John, Benitez (Avila, 75), Ihemelu, Pearce, Ferreira, Loyd (Yeisley, 86), Hernandez, McCarty, Cunningham, Harris.
Columbus --
Hesmer, Hejduk, Iro, Marshall, Rogers (Ekpo, 46), Gaven (Renteria, 73), Carroll, O'Rourke, Moffat, Lenhart (Garey, 71), Barros Schelotto.
Yellow Cards: FC Dallas -- Pearce 61; Columbus -- Carroll 55.
Red Card:
Columbus -- O'Rourke 90.
Referee: Jasen Anno.
Att.: 10,556.

April 10 in Houston
Houston 0 Los Angeles 2. Goals: Buddle 37, Buddle (Franklin) 45.
Houston -- Onstad, Hainault, Boswell (Ashe, 46), Robinson, Chabala, Mullan, Cameron, Mulrooney (Palmer, 28), Davis, Oduro (Cruz 75), Landin.
Los Angeles -- Ricketts, Leonardo, Gonzalez, DeLaGarza, Dunivant, Franklin, Magee, Birchall (Kirovski, 83), Juninho (Stephens, 80), Franklin, Donovan, Buddle (Gordon, 67).
Yellow Cards: Houston -- Hainault 24, Davis 67; Los Angeles -- Gonzalez 25, Juninho 38, Buddle 52.
Red Card: Houston -- Landin 44.
Referee: Baldomero Toledo.
Att.: 16,459.

April 10 in Kansas City
Kansas City 1 Colorado 0.
Goal: Kamara (Smith) 48.
Kansas City --
Nielsen, Harrington, Conrad, Besler, Espinoza, Jewsbury (Rocastle 81), Auvray, Arnaud, Kamara, Wolff (Myers 70), R.Smith (Bunbury 76).
Colorado -- Pickens, Kimura (Amarikwa 82), Baudet, Wynne, Moor, Ballouchy (J.Smith 62), Mastroeni, Larentowicz, Clark (Thompson 69), Cummings, Casey.
Yellow Cards: Kansas City -- Kamara 39, Smith 45; Colorado -- Baudet 43, Mastroeni 44.
Red Card:
Colorado -- Baudet 72.
Att.: 10,228.

April 10 in Foxboro, Mass.
New England 4 Toronto FC 1.
Goals: Schilawski (Dube) 47, Schilawski 51, Schilawski (Dube, Joseph) 58, Nyassi 66; De Rosario (Garcia) 28.
New England -- Burpo, Alston, Gibbs, Osei, Sinovic, Nyassi, S.Joseph, Niouky (Phelan, 74), Tierney (Smith, 72), Dube (Perovic, 69), Schilawski.
Toronto FC -- Frei, Attakora, Garcia, Sanyang (De Guzman, 60), Hscanovics (Barrett, 60), LaBrocca, Gargan, De Rosario, Saric, N.Joseph, White (Ibrahim, 76).
Yellow cards: Toronto FC -- Hscanovics 11, De Guzman 78.
Referee: Alex Prus.
Att.: 12,798.

April 10 in Philadelphia
Philadelphia 3 D.C. United 2.
Goals: Le Toux (Torres, A.Moreno) 4, Le Toux (A.Moreno) 40, Le Toux 80; Quaranta 60, J,.Moreno 70.
Philadelphia -- Seitz, Orozco, Arrieta, Califf, Harvey, Miglioranzi, Fred, Torres (Salinas, 68), Jacobson (McInerney, 79), Le Toux, A.Moreno (Zimmerman, 79).
D.C. United -- Perkins, Jakovic, Pena (James, 15), Jakovic, Wallace, Barklage, Quaranta, Morsink, Castillo (J.Moreno, 46), Allsopp (Cristman, 82).
Yellow Cards: Philadelphia -- Arrieta 60, Jacobson 77; D.C. United -- Wallace 35, Barklage 41, Allsopp 65, Quaranta 73, Cristman 89.
Red Card:
D.C. United -- Jakovic 79.
Referee: Terry Vaughn.
Att.: 34,870.

April 10 in Carson, Calif.
Chivas USA 2 New York 0.
Goals: own goal 47, Padilla (Thornton) 90.
New York -- Coundoul, Hall, Miller (Chinn, 83), Ream, Petke, Ubiparipovic (Tchani, 77), Lindpere, Stammler (Salou, 54), Richards, Kandji, Angel.
Chivas USA --
Thornton, Jazic (Padilla, 39), Delgado, Umana, Trujillo, Bornstein, Saragosa, Gavin, Kljestan, Chijindu, Maicon Santos (Galindo, 58; Lahoud, 77).
Yellow cards:
Chivas USA -- Padilla 90; New York -- Petke 19.
Paul Ward.

Eastern Conference:
6 New England 2-1-0
6 New York 2-1-0
6 Kansas City 2-0-0
4 Columbus 1-0-1
3 Philadelphia 1-1-0
1 Chicago 0-2-1
0 Toronto 0-2-0
0 D.C. United 0-3-0
Western Conference
9 Los Angeles 3-0-0
4 Houston 1-1-1
4 Colorado 1-1-1
4 Real Salt Lake 1-1-1
4 Seattle 1-1-1
3 San Jose 1-1-0
3 Chivas USA 1-2-0
2 FC Dallas 0-0-2

5 +2 Buddle (Los Angeles)
3 Morales (Real Salt Lake)
3 +3 Le Toux (Philadelphia)
3 +3 Schilawski (New England)

(All times ET.)
Thursday, April 15

Philadelphia Union at Toronto FC 7 p.m. ESPN2/ESPN Deportes/

Saturday, April 17
Kansas City Wizards at Seattle Sounders FC 3 p.m.
Chivas USA at Houston Dynamo 4 p.m. TeleFutura
FC Dallas at New York Red Bulls 7:30 p.m.
Chicago Fire at D.C. United 7:30 p.m.
New England Revolution at San Jose Earthquakes 10:00 p.m.
Real Salt Lake at LA Galaxy 10:30 p.m. FSC/FSE

Sunday, April 18
Toronto FC at Colorado Rapids 5 p.m.

  1. Michael Venus
    commented on: April 11, 2010 at 12:20 a.m.
    i have been asubsriber to soccer america since 2000,watched mls direct kick since1997 and was a fan of the philly fury back in the late 1970s I am 60 years old and never thought professional soccer would ever come to philly in my lifetime. well it did very exciting game tonight GO UNION!

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