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Angel earns Red Bulls tie at Colorado
July 2nd, 2010 2:41AM

TAGS:  houston dynamo, mls, toronto fc


[MLS] Juan Pablo Angel's ninth goal of the season gave the visiting New York Red Bulls a 1-1 tie at the Colorado Rapids, extending their unbeaten streak to four games. For all the summaries, conference standings and holiday weekend schedule ...

July 4 in Carson, Calif.
Los Angeles 3 Seattle 1.
Goals: Buddle (Donovan) 19, Juninho (Stephens) 48, own goal 77; Zakuani (Montero) 66.
Los Angeles -- Ricketts, Franklin, Gonzalez, Berhalter, Dunivant, Donovan, Birchall, Juninho (Alex Cazumba 85), Stephens, Buddle (Gordon 62), Bowen (Klein 75).
Seattle -- Keller, Riley, Parke, Marshall, Gonzalez, Ianni, Vagenas (Seamon 51), Ljungberg (Montano 83), Zakuani, Noonan (Jaqua 46), Montero.
Referee: Silviu Petrescu.

July 4 in Commerce City, Colo.

Colorado 1 New York 1. Goals: Cummings (Casey) 15; Angel (Ubiparipovic) 34.
Colorado -- Pickens, Earls, Palguta (Kimura 54), Moor, Wynne, Larentowicz, Mastroeni, Smith (Clark 65), Ballouchy (Thompson 78), Cummings, Casey.
New York -- Coundoul, Borman, Ream, Mendes, Albright, Ubiparipovic (Petke 89), Stammler, Tchani (Ibrahim 68), Richards, Lindpere, Angel (Miller 84).
Yellow Cards: Colorado -- Cummings 71; New York -- Stammler 67.
Referee: Baldomero Toledo.
Att.: 18,363.

July 3 in Carson, Calif.
Philadelphia 1 Chivas USA 1. Goals: Mwanga (Le Toux, Torres) 21; Gavin 42.
Chivas USA -- Thornton, Trujillo, Delgado, Umana, Jazic, Romero (Zemanski 71), Gavin, Lahoud, Bornstein (Mayen 85), Braun, Padilla (Chijindu 77).
Philadelphia -- Seitz, Salinas (Jacobson 63), Arrieta, Califf, Harvey, Orozco Fiscal, Fred (Okugo 85), Miglioranzi, Torres (McInerney 46), Le Toux, Mwanga.
Yellow Cards: Chivas USA -- Trujillo 27, Braun 31, Jazic 82; Philadelphia -- Torres 38, Orozco Fiscal 57.
Referee: Edvin Jurisevic.
Att.: 14,479.

July 3 in San Jose, Calif.
San Jose 1 D.C. United 1. Goals: Opara 16; Najar (King) 54.
San Jose -- Busch, Hernandez, Burling, Opara, Corrales, Beitashour (Alvarez 65), McDonald, Cronin, Convey, Johnson (Glen 73), Wondolowski (Jasseh 86).
D.C. United -- Perkins, McTavish, Jakovic, Pena, Graye, Najar (Khumalo 89), King, Simms, Pontius, Cristman (Moreno 46), Quaranta (Allsopp 89).
Referee: David Gantar.
Att.: 10,304.

July 3 in Frisco, Texas
FC Dallas 1 Kansas City 0.
Goal: Ferreira (pen.) 58.
FC Dallas -- Hartman, Pearce, John, Ihemelu, Benitez (Loyd 76), Chavez (Cunningham 64), Hernandez, McCarty, Shea (Avila 70), Ferreira, Harris.
Kansas City -- Nielsen, Espinoza, Conrad, Thomas, Harrington, Auvray (Zusi 71), Rocastle (Bunbury 78), Jewsbury, Myers (Smith 59), Kamara, Wolff.
Yellow Cards: FC Dallas -- Chavez 48; Kansas City -- Rocastle 60, Espinoza 63, Conrad 90.
Referee: Ramon Hernandez.

July 3 in Columbus, Ohio

Columbus 2 Chicago 1. Goals: Moffat 43, Garey (Gaven) 45; own goal 44.
Columbus -- Hesmer, Hejduk (O’Rourke, 70), Marshall, Iro, Padula, Carroll, Moffat, Rogers, Barros Schelotto (Lenhart, 90), Garey (Renteria, 67).
Chicago -- Dykstra, Robinson (Watson-Siriboe, 84), Brown, Conde, Krol, Pappa, Pause, Banner, Husidic, Nyarko, McBride (Dimitrov, 87).
Yellow Card: Chicago -- Robinson 45.
Referee: Alex Prus.
Att.: 14,017.

July 2 in Sandy, Utah
Real Salt Lake 5 New England 0.
Goals: Espindola (Russell) 27, Olave (Morales) 47+, Saborio (Russell, Johnson) 52, Saborio (Morales) 57, Findley 85.
Real Salt Lake -- Rimando, Russell, Borchers, Olave, Wingert, Williams, Grabavoy, Morales (Warner 72), Johnson (Alexandre 61), Saborio, Espindola (Findley 46).
New England -- Reis, Alston, Gibbs, Osei, Sinovic, Nyassi (Dube 61), Joseph (Niouky 56), Griffiths, Tierney, Schilawski, Perovic (Mansally 58).
Yellow Cards: Real Salt Lake --  Espindola 22, Wingert 47.
Referee: Kevin Stott.
Att.: 19,101.

July 1 in Toronto
Toronto FC 1 Houston 1. Goals: Gargan (Ibrahim) 84; Ching (Cruz) 72.
Toronto FC -- Frei, Gargan, Cann, Garcia (Ibrahim 80), Attakora, LaBrocca (Gala 71), Sanyang, de Guzman, Peterson (White 46), Barrett, De Rosario.
Houston -- Onstad, Chabala, Boswell, Cochrane, Hainault, Ashe (Robinson 76), Ngwenya, Palmer, Cruz, Ching (Weaver 89), Mullan (Oduro 65).
Yellow Cards: Toronto FC -- Sanyang 53, Garcia 59, Attakora 63, Gargan 85, Sanyang 94+2.
Red Cards: Toronto FC -- de Guzman 63, Sanyang 94+; Houston -- Ngwenya 62.
Referee: Jair Marrufo.
Att.: 21,374.

WEEK 15 SCHEDULE (All times ET):
July 8
Real Salt Lake at Chicago 9:30 PM ESPN2/Deportes
July 10
Colorado at Toronto FC 12:00 PM MLS Direct
San Jose at Philadelphia 6:00 PM FSC/FSE
D.C. United at New York 7:30 PM MLS Direct Kick
Los Angeles at New England 7:30 PM MLS Direct Kick
Chivas USA at Kansas City 8:30 PM MLS Direct Kick
Columbus at Houston 8:30 PM MLS Direct Kick
July 11
FC Dallas at Seattle 10:30 PM MLS Direct Kick

Eastern Conference:

P TEAM W-L-T (+/-)
Columbus 8-2-3 (+8)
25 New York 8-5-1 (-1)
19 Toronto 5-4-4 (+1)
Chicago 4-4-5 (0)
12 Kansas City 3-7-3 (-6)
11 Philadelphia 3-7-2 (-8)
11 New England 3-9-2 (-13)
11 D.C. United 3-9-2 (-14)
Western Conference
P TEAM W-L-T (+/-)
36 Los Angeles 11-1-3 (+20)
27 Real Salt Lake 8-3-3 (+16)
22 Colorado 6-3-4 (+4)
21 FC Dallas 5-2-6 (+4)
19 San Jose 5-4-4 (+1)
Houston 5-7-3 (-1)
15 Seattle 4-7-3 (-7)
11 Chivas USA 3-9-2 (-6)

10+1 Buddle (Los Angeles)
9+1 Angel (New York)
8 De Rosario (Toronto FC)
7+2 Saborio (Real Salt Lake)
6 Casey (Colorado)
6 Le Toux (Philadelphia)
6 Pappa (Chicago)
6 Kamara (Kansas City)
6 Wondolowski (San Jose)
5+1 Mwanga, Philadelphia
Barros Schelotto (Columbus)
5 Montero (Seattle)
Schilawski (New England)

  1. Kyr-Roger St.-Denis
    commented on: July 2, 2010 at 6:29 p.m.
    Maybe the others weren't mentioned because they pretty much lived up to expectations in the WC.
  1. Gus Keri
    commented on: July 3, 2010 at 8:03 a.m.
    They didn't play yet. They are scheduled to play this weekend. Check the schedule above. Give Ridge a break, guys!
  1. I w Nowozeniuk
    commented on: July 4, 2010 at 1:05 p.m.
    Chivas v Union match commentary by FSC Christopher Sullivan is delusional...according to Sullivan, he descrbed some players as fantastic, razor sharp, outstanding. It is perplexing to hear such positive commentary about players who are at most pretty good. To elevate them to top notch footballers is total fabrication. Sullivan is a disgrace and FSC should get rid of his repetitive and fantasy commentary which suffocates the game.
  1. David Borts
    commented on: July 4, 2010 at 6:11 p.m.
    -forwarded message-REVOLUTION ANNOUNCEMENT! In a suprise announcement NE Revoluton management today announced that the team had changed its name to the NE Head Bangers.The team also announced that in line with recent coaching strategies that forwards and midfielders would continue to refrain from using their feet in all scheduled matches. " This our first step towards winning the MLS Cup and we are proud of our coaching staff for cooperating in this change for the better" management was quoted as saying.

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