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July 16th, 2011 2:52AM
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[SCOREBOARD] This year's matchup between the Los Angeles Galaxy and Real Madrid was no contest. The Merengues scored four unanswered goals before Adam Cristman's goal made the final score 4-1 before before 56,211 fans at the Los Angeles Coliseum on Saturday evening. In USP PRO, Orlando City won the battle of divisional leaders, beating the Rochester Rhinos, 2-1, on goals by Matt Luzunaris and Lewis Neal in a match that was delayed for 75 minutes due to lightning. For all the action ...

July 14
Tampa Bay 1 Bolton Wanderers (England) 0.
FCTB: Matt Clare 65
Att.: 3,914.
July 12
San Jose 2 West Bromwich (England) 1.
SJ: David Bingham 3
SJ: Khari Stephenson 45
WBA: Jerome Thomas 53

July 17
Orlando City vs. Bolton Wanderers (England)
July 20
Philadelphia vs. Everton (England)
Houston vs. Bolton Wanderers (England)
Sporting KC vs. Newcastle (England)
July 23
Orlando City vs. Newcastle (England)
D.C. United v Everton (England)
July 26
Columbus vs. Newcastle United (England)
July 27
Charleston vs. Portsmouth (England)

July 16
Los Angeles 1 Real Madrid (Spain) 4.
RM: Jose Callejon 31
RM: Joselu 40
RM: Cristiano Ronaldo 53
RM: Karim Benzema 58
LA: Adam Cristman 67
Att.: 56,211.
Man. City (England) 2 Club America (Mexico) 0.
MC: Ryan McGivern 17
MC: Shaun Wright-Phillips 27
Att.: 11,250.

July 13
New England 1 Man. United (England) 4
MU: Michael Owen 51
MU: Federico Macheda 54
NE: Kenny Mansally 56
MU: Federico Macheda 61
MU: Ji-Sung Park 80
Att.: 51,523.

July 18
Vancouver vs. Man. City (England)
July 20
Seattle vs. Man. United (England)
Real Madrid (Spain) vs. Guadalajara (Mexico) in San Diego
July 23
Chicago vs. Man. United (England)
Philadelphia vs. Real Madrid (Spain)
Juventus (Italy) vs. Sporting (Portugal) in Toronto
July 24
Los Angeles vs. Man. City (England)
July 26
Juventus (Italy) vs Club America (Mexico) in Queens, N.Y.
July 28
Juventus (Italy) vs. Guadalajara (Mexico) in Raleigh, N.C.
July 30
Barcelona (Spain) vs. Man. United (England) in Landover, Md.
Aug. 3
Barcelona (Spain) vs. Guadalajara (Mexico) in Miami
Aug. 6
Barcelona (Spain) vs. Club America (Mexico) in Arlington, Texas

Eastern Conference
13 D.C. United 4-0-1 14/6
9 Columbus 3-1-0 11/5
7 New England 2-2-1 8/9
4 Philadelphia 1-2-1 3/6
1 Toronto FC 0-2-1 3/5
0 New York 0-2-0 1/4
Central Conference
10 Chicago 3-0-1 11/2
9 FC Dallas 3-1-0 6/7
9 Houston 3-2-0 5/6
5 Sporting KC 1-1-2 4/3
3 Real Salt Lake 1-2-0 2/3
1 Colorado 0-4-1 2/5
Western Conference
21 Seattle 7-0-0 14/6
9 San Jose 3-2-0 9/5
6 Portland 2-2-0 7/7
5 Chivas USA 1-2-1 7/8
3 Los Angeles 1-5-0 5/13
1 Vancouver 0-3-1 3/7

July 13
Montreal 1 Fort Lauderdale 1.
MON: Hassoun Camara (Nevio Pizzolitto) 53
FTL: Lance Laing (Adam West) 55

FC Edmonton 1 Carolina 1.
CAR: Brian Farber (unassisted) 3
FCE: Shaun Saiko (unassisted) 77

39 Carolina 12-2-2 34/13
25 FC Edmonton 7-4-4 19/16
22 Puerto Rico 6-4-5 23/23
19 NSC Minnesota 5-3-7 18/15
18 FC Tampa Bay 4-5-6 18/22
18 Ft. Lauderdale 3-4-9 22/23
11 Montreal 2-8-5 12/16
8 Atlanta 2-11-2 15/33

July 17
Montreal vs. Atlanta
FC Edmonton vs. FC Tampa Bay
Minnesota vs. Puerto Rico
July 20
Puerto Rico vs. Fort Lauderdale
July 22
Minnesota vs. Montreal
July 23
Carolina vs. FC Edmonton
Atlanta vs. FC Tampa Bay

July 16
FC New York 1 Pittsburgh 1.
FCNY: Quame Holder (Owen Morrison) 19
PIT: Neil Shaffer (unassisted) 29
Att.: 512.
Orlando City 2 Rochester 1.
ROC: Tony Donatelli (Alfonso Motagalvan) 15
OC: Matt Luzunaris (Jack Traynor) 38
OC: Lewis Neal (unassisted) 4
Att.: 4,758.
Richmond 1 Barracuda FC 0.
RIC: Shaka Bangura (Edson Elcock) 3
Att.: 1,871.
Wilmington 3 Harrisburg 1.
HAR: own goal 33
WIL: Andres Cuero (Andryi Budnyy) 65
WIL: Luke Mulholland (Andryi Budnyy) 77
WIL: Richard Jata (unassisted) 86
Att.: 4,192.

July 15
Los Angeles 1 Dayton 1.
DAY: George Davis (unassisted) 7
LA: Cesar Rivera (unassisted) 90+
Att.: 704.
Charlotte 1 Harrisburg 1
HAR: Nelson Becerra (unassisted) 1
CHA: Luke Williams (unassisted) 66

July 14
Charleston 2 Wilmington 1.
WIL: Manny Guzman (Chris Spenlove) 76
CHR: Brandon Massie (unassisted) 81
CHR: Dane Kelly (Colin Falvey) 90
Att.: 2,942

American Division
42 Orlando City 12-3-6 29/15
34 Richmond 10-5-4 29/17
31 Charleston 9-6-4 17/16
30 Wilmington 9-5-3 30/23
25 Charlotte 7-6-4 21/17
22 Barracuda FC  7-12-1 25/28
National Division
30 Rochester 9-6-3 23/16
26 Harrisburg 7-4-5 26/20
20 Los Angeles 5-4-5 22/17
20 Pittsburgh 5-9-5 16/25
18 FC New York 4-8-6 18/26
8 Dayton 1-10-5 12/32

July 17
Los Angeles vs. Dayton
July 20
Pittsburgh vs. Dayton
Harrisburg vs. FC New York
July 22
Charlotte vs. Wilmington
Richmond vs. Los Angeles
Rochester vs. Pittsburgh
July 23
Harrisburg vs. Los Angeles
Dayton vs. Charleston
Wilmington vs. Charlotte

July 16
Atlanta 0 Philadelphia 1.
PHI: Veronica Boquete 3 (Sinead Farrelly) 71

27 Philadelphia 8-2-3 26/13
20 Western NY 6-2-2 21/12
15 Boston 4-5-3 14/13
15 *magicJack 5-4-1 16/19
13 Sky Blue FC 3-4-4 16/16
6 Atlanta 1-10-3 7/27
*penalized one point for non-compliance of league regulations.

July 17
Sky Blue FC vs. Western New York
July 20
Western New York vs. magicJack
July 23
Sky Blue FC vs. Philadelphia
Atlanta vs. magicJack
July 24
Boston vs. Western New York

  1. Ernest Irelan
    commented on: July 17, 2011 at 8:10 a.m.
    in these "friendly" games, I still do not believe players should be allowed to make fouls an not be called on Donavon's foul on Kaka in the pk box, an the new youngster who has a yellow, committed another that should have ejected him from the game...Real is so far advanced, I know it must be frustrating for LA, but, no need to lower to the level of deliberate frustration fouls...not much doubt in my mind, if LA spent the money that Real has on players, we could have many players of higher skill like these challange our referees to NOT do the right thing..

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