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May 15th, 2010 7:18PM
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[SCOREBOARD] Kansas City rallied from two goals down to tie Chicago, 2-2, thanks to a pair of Kei Kamara goals. Seattle, Columbus and Colorado all won with goals in the last half hour. Danny Mwanga's first MLS goal, three minutes into stoppage time, earned Philadelphia Union a 1-1 tie with FC Dallas before more than 25,000 fans. The other two games -- Los Angeles-Toronto FC and New England-San Jose -- ended in 0-0 ties, limiting Saturday's production to only nine goals in seven games. For all the Saturday action ...

WEEK 8 RESULTS:
May 15 in Carson, Calif.
Los Angeles 0 Toronto FC 0.
Los Angeles -- Saunders, Jordan (Klein, 69), Gonzalez, Berhalter, Dunivant, Stephens, Juninho (Magee, 73), Birchall, Kirovski (Mathis, 77), Donovan, Buddle.
Toronto FC -- Frei, Usanov, Garcia, Attakora, Cann, Cronin, Sanyang, Saric, LaBrocca (Peterson, 63), Barrett (Nane, 78), De Rosario (Gala, 70).
Yellow Cards: Los Angeles -- Gonzalez 50; Toronto FC -- Usanov 61, Usanov 90.
Red Card: Toronto FC -- Usanov 90.
Att.: 20,027.

May 15 in Kansas City
Kansas City 2 Chicago 2. Goal: Kamara 50, Kamara 89; Martinez (Pappa, Pause) 14, McBride (Nyarko) 48.
Kansas City -- Nielsen, Harrington, Conrad, Escobar, Espinoza, Jewsbury, Arnaud, Zusi (Bunbury 72), Smith, Kamara, Wolff.
Chicago -- Dykstra, Robinson, Brown, Conde, Krol, Martinez (Banner 46), Pause, Husidic, Nyarko, John (McBride 46), Pappa (Lowry 84).
Yellow Cards: Kansas City -- Jewsbury 32, Espinoza 45, Escobar 64, Conrad 70; Chicago -- Robinson 45, Krol 63.
Referee: Michael Kennedy.
Att.: 8,155

May 15 in Harrison, N.J.
New York 0 Seattle 1. Goal: Montero (Evans) 85.
New York -- Coundoul, Hall, Petke, Ream, Borman, Richards (Ubiparipovic 56), Robinson (Tchani 87), Lindpere, Stammler, Ibrahim (Nielsen 52), Angel.
Seattle -- Keller, Riley, Hurtado, Marshall, Gonzalez, Evans (Noonan 89), Ianni, Vagenas (Sturgis 65), Nyassi (Montero 78), Zakuani, Ljungberg.
Yellow Cards: New York -- Hall 35, Borman 39, Stammler 71; Seattle -- Marshall 71, Zakuani 90.
Referee: Silviu Petrescu.
Att.: 17,900.

May 15 in Washington, D.C.
D.C. United 0 Colorado 1. Goal: Ballouchy 67.
D.C. United -- Hamid, Graye, Talley, Pena (Moreno 72), Wallace, Khumalo (Barklage 46), Morsink (Najar 80), Simms, Castillo,  Cristman, Allsopp.
Colorado -- Pickens, Wynne, Baudet, Moor, Earls, Ballouchy, Mastroeni, Cummings (Amarikwa 89), Larentowicz, Thompson (Clark 68), Casey (LaBauex 89).
Yellow Cards: D.C. United -- Castillo 15, Cristman 73; Columbus -- Mastroeni 57, Ballouchy 90, LaBauex 90.
Referee: Jorge Gonzalez.
Att.: 13,570.

May 15 in Columbus, Ohio
Columbus 1 Chivas USA 0. Goal: Barros Schelotto (pen.) 90.
Columbus -- Hesmer, Hejduk, Brunner, Marshall, Padula (O’Rourke, 66), Carroll, Moffat, Rogers, Gaven (Ekpo, 81), Barros Schelotto, Lenhart (Garey, 75).
Chivas USA -- Thornton, Trujillo, Umana, Delgado, Bornstein, Zemanski, Gavin, Lahoud (Saragosa, 83), Kljestan, Padilla (Maicon Santos, 90), Braun (Chijindu, 91+).
Yellow Cards: Columbus -- Hejduk 55; Chivas USA -- Umana 15, Padilla 60, Zemanski 77.
Referee: Jeff Gontarek.
Att.: 15,027.

May 15 in Foxboro, Mass.
New England 0 San Jose 0.
New England -- Burpo, Phelan, Gibbs, Alston, Sinovic, Perovic, Niouky, Tierney, Boggs (Smith 70), Dube (Schilawski 70), Nyassi.
San Jose -- Cannon, Leitch, Burling, Hernandez, Corrales, Gjertsen, Andre Luiz, McDonald, Convey, Johnson, Wondolowski (Glen 83).
Yellow Cards: New England -- Niouky 39; San Jose -- Corrales 30.
Referee: Terry Vaughn.
Att.:
13,611.

May 15 in Philadelphia
Philadelphia 1 FC Dallas 1. Goals: Shea (Harris, Cunningham) 13; Mwanga 93+.
FC Dallas -- Hartman, Loyd, John, Ihemelu, Pearce, Harris, Hernandez, Ferreira, McCarty, Shea (Avila 79),  Cunningham (Chavez 63; Wallace 92+).
Philadelphia -- Seitz, Califf,  Arrieta (Mwanga 81), Orozco, Harvey, Fred, Miglioranzi, Nakazawa (Salinas 66), Torres (McInerney 75), Le Toux, Moreno.
Yellow Cards: Philadelphia -- Torres 62; FC Dallas -- Pearce 83.
Referee: Ricardo Salazar.
Att.: 25,038.

May 13 in Sandy, Utah
Real Salt Lake 3 Houston 1. Goals: Findley (Beckerman) 3, Saborio (Morales) 24, Saborio (Morales) 60; Mullan (Davis) 72.
Real Salt Lake -- Rimando, Russell, Borchers, Olave, Wingert, Williams (Alexandre, 69), Beckerman, Morales, Johnson, Saborio (Campos, 79), Findley (Warner, 88).
Houston -- Onstad, Waibel (Ching, 62), Boswell, Serioux, Chabala, Mullan, Mulrooney, Davis, Palmer (Cruz, 46), Ashe (Hainault, 68), Oduro.
Yellow Cards: Real Salt Lake -- Borchers 26; Houston -- Chabala 33, Boswell 77.
Referee: Alex Prus.
Att.: 12,945.

WEEK 9 SCHEDULE:
Thursday, May 20
Columbus at New York 8 p.m. ESPN 2/ESPN Deportes/ESPN3
Los Angeles at FC Dallas 8:30 p.m.

Saturday, May 22
New England at Toronto FC 1 p.m.
San Jose at Seattle 3 p.m.
D.C. United at Houston 8 p.m. Galavision
Real Salt Lake at Chivas USA 10:30 p.m.

Sunday, May 23
Columbus at Kansas City 4 p.m

STANDINGS:
Eastern Conference:
P TEAM W-L-T (+/-)
15
New York 5-3-0 (-1)
14 Columbus 4-0-2 (+5)
10 Toronto 3-4-1 (-2)
9 Chicago 2-3-3 (-1)
8 Kansas City 2-3-2 (0)
8 New England 2-5-2 (-4)
4 Philadelphia 1-5-1 (-8)
3 D.C. United 1-7-0 (-12)
Western Conference
P TEAM W-L-T (+/-)
23 Los Angeles 7-0-2 (+13)
13 Real Salt Lake 4-3-1 (+6)
13 San Jose 4-2-1 (+4)
13 Colorado 4-3-1 (+2)
13 Houston 4-4-1 (+2)
12 Seattle 3-3-3 (-3)
11 FC Dallas 2-1-5 (+1)
10 Chivas USA 3-5-1 (-2)

GOAL SCORERS:
9 Buddle (Los Angeles)
6 De Rosario (Toronto FC)
5 +2 Kamara (Kansas City)
4 +2 Saborio (Real Salt Lake)
4 +1 Barros Schelotto (Columbus)
4 Cunningham (FC Dallas)
4 Wondolowski (San Jose)
4 Schilawski (New England)
4 Le Toux (Philadelphia)
4 Angel (New York)
3 +1
McBride (Chicago)
3 +1
Montero (Seattle)
3
Padilla (Chivas USA)
3 Davis (Houston)
3
Zakuani (Seattle)
3 Casey (Colorado)
3 Morales (Real Salt Lake)



0 comments
  1. I w Nowozeniuk
    commented on: May 16, 2010 at 1:42 p.m.
    Toronto FC v Galaxy demonstrated how referee's in the MLS are not critiqued enough and not disciplined for their actions...being 35-40 yards away from the ball for at least 60% of the game is delinquent.

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