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American Soccer Scoreboard: Wednesday
September 1st, 2010 10:24PM

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TAGS:  columbus crew, d.c. united, mls, new england revolution, superliga, us open cup, wps

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D.C. United's bad luck continued. It was within a minute of beating the Columbus Crew in the semifinals of the U.S. Open Cup when an own goal by Marc Burch sent the game into overtime, where the Crew prevailed, 2-1, on a goal by Guillermo Barros Schelotto. The Seattle Sounders got two goals from Nate Jaqua and defeated Chivas USA, 2-1, in the other semifinal. For the Wednesday action ...

Wednesday Results:
U.S. Open Cup
Semifinals
D.C. United 1 Columbus Crew 2.
DC -- Pablo Hernandez 13
CLB -- own goal 89
CLB -- Guillermo Barros Schelotto 97

Seattle Sounders FC 3 Chivas USA 1.
(at Starfire Sports Complex in Tukwila, Wash.)
SEA -- Nate Jaqua 10
SEA -- Fredy Montero 58
CHV -- Jesus Padilla 68
SEA -- Nate Jaqua 92+

SuperLiga
Final
New England Revolution 1 Morelia 2.
MOR -- Miguel Sabah 65
MOR -- Miguel Sabah 75
NE -- Kevin Alston 79
Highlights

International Friendly
Philadelphia Union 1 Guadalajara 0.
PHI – Jack McInerney (Justin Mapp) 48

WPS
Sky Blue FC 1 FC Gold Pride 1. Att.: 3,412.
NJ -- Tasha Kai 5 (Heather O'Reilly) 72'
BAY -- Becky Edwards 1 (Camille Abily) 90+

Atlanta Beat 1 Boston Breakers 3. Att.: 2,267.
BOS -- Lindsay Tarpley 4 (Kelly Smith) 22
BOS -- Jordan Angeli 7 (Amy LePeilbet) 33
BOS -- Kristine Lilly 3 (Kelly Smith) 45+
ATL -- Eniola Aluko 9 (Aya Miyama) 64

Chicago Red Stars 2 Philadelphia Independence 0

CHI -- Veronica Boquete 1 (Casey Nogueira) 4
CHI -- Marian Dalmy 1 (Karen Carney) 54

Standings:
P TEAM W-L-T
47 FC Gold Pride 14-3-5
35 Boston 10-7-5
34 Philadelphia 10-8-4
28 Washington 7-8-7
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26 Sky Blue FC 7-10-5
24 Chicago 6-11-6
20 Atlanta 5-12-5

Leading Scorers:
17+2 Marta (FC Gold Pride)
12+2 Abby Wambach (Washington)
12 Amy Rodriguez (Philadelphia)
11+1 Kelly Smith (Boston)
9+1 Christine Sinclair (FC Gold Pride)
9+1 Eniola Aluko (Atlanta)
8 Ella Masur (Chicago)



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