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July 31st, 2011 8:18PM

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[SCOREBOARD] Landon Donovan scored twice and set up midfielder Sean Franklin for another goal as the visiting Los Angeles Galaxy crushed the expansion Vancouver Whitecaps, 4-0, before a sellout crowd of 27,500 and extended its unbeaten streak to 14 games. The Columbus Crew took over the lead in the Eastern Conference with a 2-0 win over Real Salt Lake. It was a big night for the Eastern Conference as Houston and D.C. United also beat Western Conference foes. For all the action ... 

WEEK 20 RESULTS:
July 31 in Frisco, Texas
FC Dallas 1 Chivas USA 0. Goal: Chavez 4 (Luna 1) 26.
FC Dallas -- Hartman, Loyd, John, Ihemelu, Benitez, Chavez (Alexander 62), Guarda, Villar, Warshaw (Jackson 56), Shea, Luna (Galindo 70).
Chivas USA -- Kennedy, Valentin, Umana, Pearce, Jazic, Lahoud (Moreno 59), Elliott (Nagamura 64), Gavin, Flores (Zemanski 81), Braun, LaBrocca.
Referee: Elias Bazakos.
Att.: 10,023
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July 30 in Vancouver, B.C.
Vancouver 0 Los Angeles 4. Goals: Donovan 10 (Franklin 1) 61, Donovan 11 (pen.) 75, Franklin 2 (Donovan 2) 80, Cristman 1 (unassisted) 90.
Vancouver --
Cannon, Leathers (Vagenas 73), Boxall, Rochat, Harvey, Salinas,  Chiumiento (Nanchoff 81), Koffie, Camilo, Jarju (Khalfan 62), Hassli.
Los Angeles --
Saunders, Gonzalez, DeLaGarza, Berhalter, Dunivant, Franklin, Stephens (Keat 85), Juninho, Donovan (Lopez 84), Angel (Cristman 67), Magee.
Att.: 27,500.
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July 30 in Kansas City, Kan.
Sporting KC 1 New England 1. Goal: Lekic 4 (Reis 1) 38; Bunbury 4 (unassisted) 89.
New England -- Reis, Alston (Guy 78), Coria, Soares, McCarthy (Mansally 34), Phelan, Joseph, Barnes, Schilawski (Nyassi 72), Lekic, Feilhaber.
Sporting KC -- Nielsen, Myers, Cyrus (Bunbury 80), Besler, Sinovic (Diop 88), Kamara, Julio Cesar (Bravo 56), Jeferson, Espinoza,  Zusi, Sapong.
Referee: Terry Vaughn.
Att.: 17,418.
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July 30 in Houston
Houston 3 Seattle 1. Goals: Seattle 3 Houston 1. Goals: Clark 3 (unassisted) 7, Ching 2 (Cameron 4, Davis 10) 23, Ching 3 (Clark 2, Freeman 2) 71; Fernandez 6 (pen.) 36 
Houston -- Hall, Freeman, Boswell, Hainault, Ashe, Clark (Dixon 89), Cameron, Moffat, Davis, Ching (Garey 87), Bruin (Weaver 31).
Seattle -- Keller, Riley, Ianni, Parke, Wahl, Rosales, Alonso, Friberg, Fernandez (Fucito 78), Montero (Noonan 68), Levesque (Jaqua 57).
Referee: Niko Bratsis.
Att.: 18,465.
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July 30 in Sandy, Utah
Real Salt Lake 0 Columbus 2. Goals: Gaven 4 (Rogers 2) 5, Heinemann 2 (Rogers 3, Rusmir 2) 10.
Real Salt Lake -- Rimando, Russell (Alvarez 61), Schuler, Borchers, Wingert, Grabavoy, Beckerman, Williams (Warner 61), Johnson, Alexandre (Gil 70), Espindola.
Columbus -- Gruenebaum, Miranda, Marshall, James, Gardner, Ekpo, Gaven, Rusmir (Gehrig 61), Rogers, Heinemann, Meram (Anor 76).
Referee: Jasen Anno
Att.: 18,516
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July 30 in Santa Clara, Calif.
San Jose 0 D.C. United 2. Goals: De Rosario 2 (Najar 4) 57, De Rosario 3 (Pontius 2) 66.
D.C. United -- Hamid, Kitchen, Jakovic, McDonald, Woolard, Najar, King, Simms, Pontius (White 89), Brettschneider (Da Luz 73), De Rosario (Barklage 84).
San Jose -- Busch, Ward, Attakora, Corrales, Convey, Wondolowski, Cronin, Stephenson (Luzunaris 66), Peterson, Gordon (Ampaipitakwong 73), Sealy (Gjertsen 58).
Substitutes Not Used: Chris Leitch, Ellis McLoughlin, Justin Morrow, David Bingham.
Red Card: D.C. United -- Najar 70.
Referee: Mark Kadlecik
Att.: 10,525
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July 30 in Portland, Ore.
Portland 2 Toronto FC 2. Goals: Johnson 1 (Chara 2, Zizzo 1) 23, Jewsbury 6 (pen.) 57; Marosevic 1 (Koevermans 1, Plata 3) 71, Koevermans 2 (Plata 4) 81
Portland -- Perkins, Palmer, Brunner, Horst, Chabala, Zizzo, Jewsbury, Chara, Alhassan (Cooper 74), Nagbe (Perlaza 82), Johnson.
Toronto FC -- Frei, Harden (Martina 68), Morgan, Eckersley, Iro, de Guzman (Dunfield 61), Frings, Johnson, Soolsma (Marosevic 46), Koevermans, Plata.
Referee: Kevin Stott.
Att.: 18,627.
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July 29 in Chester, Pa.

Philadelphia 1 Colorado 2. Goals: Torres 2 (unassisted) 92+; Mastroeni 1 (unassisted) 35; Nyassi 4 (Cummings 6) 45.
Philadelphia -- Mondragon, Williams, Califf, Valdes, G.Farfan, Mapp (Paunovic 72), Nakazawa (Torres 46), Carroll, Daniel (M.Farfan 46), Le Toux, Mwanga.
Colorado --
Pickens, Kimura, Wynne, Marshall (Palguta 69), Moor, Mullan, Mastroeni (Nane 78), Nyassi, Larentowicz, Thompson, Cummings (Folan 61).
Referee: Jorge Gonzalez.
Att.: 18,770

STANDINGS:
Eastern Conference
PTS (GP) TEAM W-L-T +/1
34 (22) Columbus 9-6-7 24/20
31 (20) Philadelphia 8-5-7 25/18
30 (23) New York 6-5-12 37/30
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27 (21) Sporting KC 6-6-9 29/28
27 (23) Houston 6-8-9 27/27
26 (22) D.C. United 6-6-8 26/30
21 (22) New England 4-9-9 20/30
19 (23) Toronto FC 3-10-10 21/43
18 (20) Chicago 2-6-12 20/25

Western Conference
PTS (GP) TEAM W-L-T +/-
45 (23) Los Angeles 12-2-9 32/16
42 (23) FC Dallas 12-5-6 29/19
38 (23) Seattle 10-5-8 33/26
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34 (24) Colorado 8-6-10 33/31
33 (19) Real Salt Lake 9-4-6 27/14
26 (22) Chivas USA 6-8-8 27/24
24 (21) San Jose 5-8-9 24/29
22 (20) Portland 6-10-4 24/34
15 (22) Vancouver 2-11-9 21/34

Wildcard Race (top 4 qualify)
PTS (GP) TEAM W-L-T +/-
34 (24) Colorado 8-6-10 33/31
33 (18) Real Salt Lake 9-3-6 27/12
27 (21) Sporting KC 6-6-9 29/28
27 (23) Houston 6-8-9 27/27
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26 (22) Chivas USA 6-8-8 27/24
26 (22) D.C. United 6-6-8 26/30
24 (21) San Jose 5-8-9 24/29
22 (20) Portland 6-10-4 24/34
21 (22) New England 4-9-9 20/30
19 (23) Toronto FC 3-10-10 21/43
18 (20) Chicago 2-6-12 20/25
15 (22) Vancouver 2-11-9 21/34



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