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American Soccer Scoreboard: Weekend
August 14th, 2010 7:32PM

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TAGS:  americans abroad, mls, ussf division 2, wps

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Goalies Brad Friedel (Aston Villa) and Marcus Hahnemann (Wolves) were the only Americans who won on the opening day of the English Premier League. In Germany, Michael Bradley scored for Borussia Moenchengladbach in its 3-1 win at Erzgebirge Aue in the DfB Pokal. Steve Cherundolo's Hannover 96 fell to fourth division Elversberg on penalty kicks. The Boston Breakers drew the second largest crowd of the WPS season when 6,108 fans at Harvard Stadium watched them crush struggling Sky Blue FC, 4-0. In the D-2 Pro League, the Rochester Rhinos overtook the Austin Aztex for the overall lead with a 2-1 win over Montreal. For the weekend action ...

Weekend Results:
Major League Soccer
Philadelphia Union 1 Colorado Rapids 1. Att.: 17,749.
COL -- Jeff Larentowicz 2 (unassisted) 59
PHI -- Danny Mwanga 7 (Sebastien Le Toux 9) 73
Highlights | Recap

New York Red Bulls 0 Los Angeles Galaxy 1. Att.: 25,000.
LA -- Edson Buddle 13 (Juninho 2) 10
Highlights | Recap

New England Revolution 1 Houston Dynamo 0. Att.: 11,546.
NE -- Ilija Stolica 1 (Sainey Nyassi 2) 62
Highlights | Recap

FC Dallas 3 D.C. United 1. Att.: 12,474.
DAL -- David Ferreira 6 (Brek Shea 4, Eric Alexander 1) 36
DAL -- Eric Alexander 1 (Milton Rodriguez 1, David Ferreira 7) 49
DC -- own goal (Jair Benitez) 80
DAL -- Jeff Cunningham 7 (unassisted) 92+
Highlights | Recap

Real Salt Lake 2 Columbus Crew 0. Att.:
16,906.
RSL -- Javier Morales 5 (Fabian Espindola 2) 11
RSL -- Javier Morales 6 (unassisted) 60
Highlights | Recap

San Jose Earthquakes 1 Kansas City Wizards 0. Att.: 8,619.
SJ -- Chris Wondolowski 7 (Khari Stephenson 1) 35
Highlights | Recap

Chivas USA 0 Seattle Sounders FC 0. Att: 13,839.
Highlights | Recap

Standings:
Eastern Conference:

P TEAM W-L-T (+/-)
37
Columbus 11-5-4 (+9)
31 New York 9-7-4 (-1)
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26 Toronto 7-7-5 (0)
21 Chicago 5-5-6 (0)
20 Kansas City 5-9-5 (-7)
21 New England 6-9-3 (-9)
16 Philadelphia 4-10-4 (-11)
12 D.C. United 3-14-3 (-22)
Western Conference
P TEAM W-L-T (+/-)
43 Los Angeles 13-3-4 (+19)
38 Real Salt Lake 11-4-5 (+20)
33 FC Dallas 8-2-9 (+10)
29 Seattle 8-8-5 (-2)
28 Colorado 7-5-7 (+3)
26 San Jose 7-6-5 (+1)
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20 Houston 5-10-5 (-6)
19 Chivas USA 5-10-4 (-3)

Leading Scorers:
13+1 Edson Buddle (Los Angeles)
11 Juan Pablo Angel (New York)
9 Sebastien Le Toux (Philadelphia)
8 Fredy Montero (Seattle)
8 Dwayne De Rosario (Toronto FC)
8 Alvaro Saborio (Real Salt Lake)
7+1 Jeff Cunningham (FC Dallas)
7+1 Danny Mwanga (Philadelphia)
7+1 Chris Wondolowski (San Jose)
7 Kei Kamara (Kansas City)
7 Justin Braun (Chivas USA)
7 Marco Pappa (Chicago)
7
Steve Zakuani (Seattle)
7 Conor Casey (Colorado)
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Americans Abroad
Denmark (SAS-Ligaen)
FC Copenhagen 2 FC Nordsjaelland 0
Michael Parkhurst-FC Nordsjaelland (90 minutes)

England (Premier League)
Aston Villa 3 West Ham 0
Brad Friedel-Aston Villa (90 minutes)

Blackburn Rovers 1 Everton 0
Tim Howard-Everton (90 minutes)

Bolton Wanderers 0 Fulham 0
Stuart Holden-Bolton Wanderers (90 minutes)
Clint Dempsey-Fulham (sub: 21 minutes)

Wolves 2 Stoke City 1
Marcus Hahnemann-Wolves (90 minutes)

Germany (DfB Pokal)
Elversberg 0 Hannover 96 0
(Elversberg wins 5-4 on penalties.)
Steve Cherundolo-Hannover 96  (90 minutes)

Erzgebirge Aue 1 Borussia Moenchengladbach 3
Michael Bradley-Borussia Moenchengladbach (90 minutes, 1 goal)
Highlights

Mexico (Toreno Apertura)
Cruz Azul 4 Pachuca 1
Hercules Gomez-Pachuca (sub: 38 minutes)
Jose Francisco Torres-Pachuca (90 minutes)

Scotland (Premier League)
Rangers 2 Kilmarnock 1
Maurice Edu-Rangers (90 minutes)
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D-2 Pro League
Rochester Rhinos 2 Montreal Impact 1. Att.: 7,717.
ROC -- Frankie SanFilippo (Andrew Hoxie) 36
MTL -- Eduardo Sebrango (Leonardo DiLorenzo) 45
ROC -- Isaac Kissi (Darren Spicer) 84

Crystal Palace Baltimore 2 Carolina RailHawks 1. Att.: 1,238.
CPB -- Tsuyoshi Yoshitake (Santiago Fusilier) 21
CPB -- Gary Brooks (Pat Healey) 49
CAR -- Matt Watson (unassisted) 76

NSC Minnesota Stars 0 Vancouver Whitecaps FC 1. Att.: 1,010.
VAN -- Martin Nash (Cornelius Stewart) 15

AC St. Louis 0 Portland Timbers 1. Att.: 2,694.
POR -- Bright Dike (Keith Savage) 41

Miami FC Blues 3 Tampa Bay Rowdies 3. Att.: 1,885.
MIA -- Chukwudi Chijindu (Paulo Araujo Jr.) 31
TAM -- Maykel Galindo (unassisted) 33
MIA -- Danilo Martins (unassisted) 42
TAM -- own goal 45
TAM -- Aaron King (Jonathan Steele) 56
MIA -- Pablo Martin Nunez (Paulo Araujo Jr.) 82

Puerto Rico Islanders 2 Austin Aztex 0
. Att.: 2,095.
PUE -- David Foley (Nicolas Addlery) 32
PUE -- Daniel Keon (Nicolas Addlery)

Standings:
NASL Conference
P TEAM W-L-T
38
Vancouver 9-3-11
28 Carolina 7-6-7
25 Montreal 6-10-7
24 CP Baltimore 6-10-6
21 AC St. Louis 5-11-6
20 Miami FC 3-8-11
USL Conference
P TEAM W-L-T
42 Rochester 12-5-6
41 Austin 12-3-5
31 Portland 8-7-7
28 NSC Minnesota 7-10-7
28 Puerto Rico 7-7-7
26 Tampa Bay 6-8-8
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Women's Professional Soccer
Boston Breakers 4 Sky Blue FC 0. Att.: 6,108.
BOS -- Lauren Cheney 5 (Jordan Angeli) 9
BOS -- Jordan Angeli 6 (Lauren Cheney) 37
BOS -- Laura del Rio 1 (Unassisted) 58
BOS -- Lindsay Tarpley 2 (Unassisted) 93

Philadelphia Independence 3 Atlanta Beat 2.
ATL -- Johanna Rasmussen 4 (Ramona Bachmann) 4
ATL -- Lori Chalupny 2 (Unassisted) 18
PHI -- Tina DiMartino 3 (Unassisted) 42
PHI -- Tina DiMartino 4 (Amy Rodriguez) 60
PHI -- Joanna Lohman 4 (Amy Rodriguez) 81

FC Gold Pride 0 Washington Freedom 0. Att.: 3,328.

Standings:
P TEAM W-L-T
40 FC Gold Pride 12-3-4
34 Philadelphia 10-6-4
29 Boston 8-6-5
22 Washington 5-8-7
22 Sky Blue FC 6-9-4
21 Chicago 5-9-6
17 Atlanta 4-10-5

Leading Scorers:
13 Marta (FC Gold Pride)
12+1 Amy Rodriguez (Philadelphia)
10 Kelly Smith (Boston)
9 Abby Wambach (Washington)
8 Christine Sinclair (FC Gold Pride)
7 Eniola Aluko (Atlanta)



0 comments
  1. Jim Murphy
    commented on: August 16, 2010 at 9:12 a.m.
    Um....guys? The Galaxy beat the Red Bulls, not the other way around. Just wanted to let you know we're paying attention.


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