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MLS teams go 5-for-5
by Paul Kennedy, August 19th, 2011 1:45AM

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[CONCACAF CHAMPIONS LEAGUE] Toronto FC completed a perfect week for MLS clubs in the Concacaf Champions League when it beat Panama's Tauro FC, 2-1, on the road thanks to early goals by Ryan Johnson and Julian de Guzman.

Toronto had lost in Panama to Arabe Unido in last year's group stage and finished third in its group. It only allowed a late penalty by Panamanian international Luis Moreno.

In last year's group stage, the best MLS's four entrants did was go 3-1 in two weeks but only Real Salt Lake and the Columbus Crew advanced to the quarterfinals.

Week 1 MLS Results:
Aug. 18
Group C
Tauro FC (Pan.) 1 Toronto FC 2.

TFC: Ryan Johnson 21
TFC: Julian de Guzman 24
TAU: Luis Moreno (pen.) 75

Aug. 17
Group B
Colorado Rapids 3 Isidro Metapan (El. Sal.) 2.
MET: Allan Kardeck Santos Pereira (pen.) 1
COL: Macoumba Kandji 15
MET: Rodolfo Suarez Diaz 24
COL: Allan Kardeck Santos Pereira 40
COL: Macoumba Kandji 49
Group C
UNAM (Mex.) 0 FC Dallas 1.

FCD: Marvin Chavez 67

Aug. 16
Group A
Los Angeles Galaxy 2 Motagua (Hond.) 0.
LA: Adam Cristman 12
LA: Landon Donovan 69
Group D
Seattle Sounders 4 Comunicaciones (Guat.) 1
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COM: Jairo Arreola 2
SEA: Brad Evans 35
SEA: Mike Fucito 61
SEA: Mike Fucito 67
SEA: own goal 87



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  1. Ryan Zimmer
    commented on: August 19, 2011 at 1:22 p.m.
    I'm excited, keep it up!


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