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American Soccer Scoreboard: Wednesday
August 19th, 2010 12:44AM

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Miguel Ponce's bid to become only the second American-born player to win the Libertadores Cup failed when Guadalajara of Mexico fell to Internacional of Brazil, 3-2, and lost, 5-3, on aggregate in the final. Ponce started and played 79 minutes. For Wednesday's results ...

Wednesday Results:
Major League Soccer
Chicago Fire 2 New England Revolution 1. Att..: 14,056.
NE -- Marko Perovic 5 (unassisted) 16
CHI -- Baggio Husidic 4 (unassisted) 32
CHI -- Calen Carr 1 (Freddie Ljungberg 1, Baggio Husidic 4) 85
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)
24 Chicago 6-5-6 (+1)
21 New England 6-10-3 (-10)
20 Kansas City 5-9-5 (-7)
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 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 Jeff Cunningham (FC Dallas)
7 Danny Mwanga (Philadelphia)
7 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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Concacaf Champions League
Columbus Crew 1 Municipal 0.
CLB -- Emmanuel Ekpo 14
Highlights

Real Salt Lake 2 Arabe Unido 1.
AU -- Armando Cooper 13
RSL -- Alvaro Saborio 44
RSL -- Alvaro Saborio (pen.) 90
Highlights

Joe Public 2 Santos 5.
SAN -- Jose Cardenas 8
JP -- Makan Hislop 10
SAN -- Jose Cardenas 24
JP -- Yu Hoshide 44
SAN -- Jose Cardenas 66
SAN -- Jose Cardenas 77
SAN -- Juan Enriquez 90

FAS 0 Toluca 0.
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Americans Abroad
Libertadores Cup
Final, Second Leg

Internacional 3 Guadalajara 2
(Internacional wins 5-3 on aggregate.)
Miguel Ponce-Guadalajara (78 minutes)
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D-2 Pro League
Crystal Palace Baltimore 0 Rochester Rhinos 2. Att.: 850.
ROC -- own goal 72
ROC -- Adam West (unassisted) 90

Carolina RailHawks 2 Miami FC Blues 1. Att.: 1,426.
MIA -- Paulo Araujo Jr. (unassisted) 49
CAR -- Gregory Richardson (Greg Shields) 71
CAR -- Etienne Barbara (Gregory Richardson) 74

Standings:
NASL Conference
P TEAM W-L-T
38
Vancouver 9-3-11
31 Carolina 8-6-7
25 Montreal 6-10-7
24 CP Baltimore 6-11-6
21 AC St. Louis 5-11-6
20 Miami FC 3-9-11
USL Conference
P TEAM W-L-T
45 Rochester 13-5-6
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

Leading Scorers:
12 Ryan Pore (Portland)
9 Eddie Johnson (Austin)
8+1 Paulo Araujo Jr. (Miami FC)
7+1 Etienne Barbara (Carolina)
7 David Foley (Puerto Rico)
7 Maxwell Griffin (Austin)
7 Aaron King (Tampa Bay)

Thursday Schedule:
Concacaf Champions League
Marathon vs. Seattle Sounders FC
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Americans Abroad
UEFA Champions League
Playoffs, Second Leg

Rapid Vienna vs. Aston Villa
Brad Friedel-Aston Villa
Brad Guzan-Aston Villa
Eric Lichaj-Aston Villa

Villarreal vs. Dnepr-Transmash
Jozy Altidore-Villarreal
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D-2 Pro League
Tampa Bay Rowdies vs Vancouver Whitecaps FC
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Women's Professional Soccer
Boston Breakers vs. Atlanta Beat

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 Amy Rodriguez (Philadelphia)
10 Kelly Smith (Boston)
9 Abby Wambach (Washington)
8 Christine Sinclair (FC Gold Pride)
7 Eniola Aluko (Atlanta)



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