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Weekend Scoreboard ...
July 18th, 2010 9:06PM

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TAGS:  mexico, mls, scotland, superliga, ussf division 2, wps

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Scottish club Celtic got goals from Georgios Samaras and Patrick McCourt to defeat the Seattle Sounders FC, 2-1, Sunday before a crowd of 45,631 at Qwest Field. The Greek Samaras' goal from the penalty spot followed the ejection of  Seattle goalkeeper Terry Boss. In Sunday's only MLS game,  Los Angeles beat D.C. United, 2-1, on goals by Edson Buddle and Landon Donovan. For scores and schedules from MLS, the SuperLiga, WPS and D-2 Pro League as well as International Friendlies and Under-20 Women's World Cup ...

SUNDAY RECAP: Scottish club Celtic got goals from Georgios Samaras and Patrick McCourt to defeat the Seattle Sounders FC, 2-1, before a crowd of 45,631 at Qwest Field.

The Greek Samaras' goal from the penalty spot followed the ejection of  Seattle goalkeeper Terry Boss.

In Sunday's only MLS game,  Los Angeles beat D.C. United, 2-1, on goals by Edson Buddle and Landon Donovan.

Sunday:
MAJOR LEAGUE SOCCER
D.C. United 1 Los Angeles Galaxy 2. Att.: 17,688.
LA -- Buddle 11 (unassisted) 38
DC -- Najar 3 (Hernandez 1) 54
LA -- Donovan 2 (pen.) 58
Highlights

Standings:
Eastern Conference:

P TEAM W-L-T (+/-)
31
Columbus 9-3-4 (+9)
26 New York 8-6-2 (-3)
22 Toronto 6-5-4 (+1)
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17
Chicago 4-5-5 (-1)
16 Kansas City 4-8-4 (-7)
14 Philadelphia 4-8-2 (-8)
14 New England 4-9-2 (-9)
12 D.C. United 3-11-3 (-15)
Western Conference
P TEAM W-L-T (+/-)
39 Los Angeles 12-2-3 (+19)
30 Real Salt Lake 9-4-3 (+15)
25 FC Dallas 6-2-7 (+6)
23 Colorado 6-4-5 (+3)
22 San Jose 6-4-4 (+2)
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19
Houston 5-7-4 (-1)
19 Seattle 5-8-4 (-6)
14 Chivas USA 4-9-2 (-4)

SUPERLIGA
Houston Dynamo 1 Chivas USA 1
Pachuca 3 Puebla 1
(at Robertson Stadium)

INTERNATIONAL FRIENDLIES
Seattle Sounders FC 1 Celtic 2. Att.: 45,631.
Portland Timbers 0 Manchester City 3. Att.: 5,018.

WOMEN'S PROFESSIONAL SOCCER
Boston Breakers 2 Washington Freedom 1
WSH -- Marshall 2 (Huffman) 2
BOS -- Bogus 2 (Smith) 23
BOS -- Angeli 3 (Tarpley) 74

Sky Blue FC 0 Atlanta Beat 1
ATL -- Aluko 5 (unassisted) 7

Standings:
P TEAM W-L-T
31 FC Gold Pride 10-3-1
21 Philadelphia 6-5-3
18 Sky Blue FC 5-6-3
17 Washington 4-5-5
17 Chicago Red Stars 4-5-5
16 Boston Breakers 4-5-4
10 Atlanta Beat  2-7-4

D-2 PRO LEAGUE
Montreal Impact 1 Crystal Palace Baltimore 2

Standings:
NASL Conference
P TEAM W-L-T
29 Vancouver 7-2-8
24 Carolina 6-3-6
20 Montreal 5-7-5
19 CP Baltimore 5-8-4
15 Miami FC 2-6-9
15 AC St. Louis 3-9-4
USL Conference
P TEAM W-L-T
35 Austin 10-2-5
27 Rochester 7-4-6
24 NSC Minnesota 7-9-3
23 Portland 6-5-5
20 Tampa Bay 5-6-5
19 Puerto Rico 5-7-4

SATURDAY RECAP: FC Dallas ended Real Salt Lake's 10-game unbeaten streak in MLS with a 2-0 win at Pizza Hut Park.

-- Sebastian Le Toux's goal in the fourth minute of stoppage time gave Philadelphia Union a 2-1 win over visiting Toronto FC on Saturday.

Saturday:
MAJOR LEAGUE SOCCER
Philadelphia Union 2 Toronto FC 1 Att.: 17,251.
PHI -- Orozco Fiscal 1 (Le Toux 7) 61
TOR -- Barrett 5 (unassisted) 81
PHI --  Le Toux 7 (pen.) 94+
Highlights

Columbus Crew 2 New York Red Bulls 0.
Att.: 14,378.
CLB -- Renteria 3 (Barros Schelotto 5, Moffat 1) 20
CLB -- Carroll 1 (unassisted) 48
Highlights

FC Dallas 2 Real Salt Lake 0. Att.:
11,170.
FCD -- Shea 4 (unassisted) 69
FCD -- Harris 3 (Shea 2, Pearce 5) 77.
Highlights

Colorado Rapids 1 Kansas City Wizards 1. Att.: 12,825.
KC -- Arnaud 2 (Rocastle 1) 20
COL -- Casey 7 (J.Smith 3) 74
Highlights

SUPERLIGA
Chicago Fire 0 New England Revolution 1
Morelia 2 UNAM 2
(at Toyota Park)

INTERNATIONAL FRIENDLIES
San Jose Earthquakes 0 Tottenham 0. Att.: 10,712.
San Luis 3 Club America 0. Att.: 27,061.
(at Cowboys Stadium in Arlington, Texas)
Charleston Battery 0 Bolton Wanderers 2. Att.: 5,249.
Ventura County Fusion 1 Portsmouth 2

D-2 PRO LEAGUE
Rochester Rhinos 0 Carolina RailHawks 1
Austin Aztex 2 AC St. Louis 0
Miami FC 1 Puerto Rico Islanders 1

WOMEN'S INTERNATIONAL FRIENDLY
July 17 in East Hartford, Conn.
USA 3 Sweden 0.
Goals: Rapinoe 33, Wambach 45, 72.
USA -- Solo; Krieger, LePeilbet (Markgraf, 46), Buehler, Schnur (Rampone, 70); O’Reilly, Boxx, Lindsey, Rapinoe (Lilly, 46); Wambach, Rodriguez (Cheney, 46)
Sweden -- Lindahl; Levenstad, Rohlin, Sembrant, Nilsson;  Oqvist (Svensson, 85), Dahlkvist (Landström, 62), Sjogran (Thunebro, 56), Fischer, Fors (Asllani, 62); Liljegard (Lindén, 70)
Referee: Michelle Cowman (USA)
Att.: 5,887

WOMEN'S PROFESSIONAL SOCCER
FC Gold Pride 2 Philadelphia Independence 0. Att.: 2,576.
BAY -- Sinclair 6 (Gulbrandsen) 45+
BAY --  Sinclair 7 (Abily) 80

UNDER-20 WOMEN'S WORLD CUP
Group C
Mexico 1 England 0
Nigeria 2 Japan 1

Group D
USA 5 Switzerland 0
South Korea 4 Ghana 2

FRIDAY RECAP: Bulgarian Dimitar Berbatov scored one goal and set up Danny Welbeck and Tom Cleverley for others as Manchester United defeated, 3-1, Celtic in Toronto to open its five-game tour of Canada, the United States and Mexico.

Friday:
INTERNATIONAL FRIENDLIES
Man. United 3 Celtic 1 Att.: 39,193.
(at Toronto's Rogers Centre)

UNDER-20 WOMEN'S WORLD CUP
Group A
Germany 3 Colombia 1

France 2 Costa Rica 0

Group B
Brazil 1 Sweden 1
North Korea 2 New Zealand 1



0 comments
  1. Philippe Fontanelli
    commented on: July 19, 2010 at 8:42 a.m.
    Who was the idiot referee who ruined the game for Seattle (vs. Celtic)? The moron should be barred, at very least blacklisted by the US Federation. I am not saying to use favoritism, but not be extreme at a friendly where the outcome is practically meaningless, with the exception for the US public in this case Seattle. Thus sacrificing a possible good show for the crowd to enjoy. We need a crowd like that for the "game" in the US. It was a friendly game he should have given a penalty at max., but not ejecting the poalkeeper to surely doom the game and influence the result with one less player to play the entire game. Award the Ref 20 years at hard labor in Siberia without a trial. LOL, although it is not funny!

  1. Randall and barbara Smith
    commented on: July 19, 2010 at 12:04 p.m.
    According to you, the referees have the discretion when to observe the Laws of the Game. I am glad that we have someone that understands that all players and managers must abide by the Laws every time they set foot on the pitch.


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