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Oduro, Camilo and Mendoza move up the charts
by Mike Woitalla, August 22nd, 2011 2:55AM

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[MLS GOLEADORES] Chicago's Dominic Oduro, Vancouver's Camilo and Columbus' Andres Mendoza scored their eighth goals of the season. For the latest on the Golden Boot race ...

MLS's top scorers -- those with 10 goals or more -- came up empty in Week 23, but three players hit their eighth of the season:

* Chicago's Dominic Oduro, the 26-year-old Ghanaian who played college ball at VCU, scored his third goal in four games in a 2-0 win over Toronto FC as the Fire ended a 10-game winless streak.

* Andres Mendoza, a 26-year-old Peruvian, arrived to Columbus late last season and scored twice in two games coming off the bench. This season he's the Eastern Conference leader's leading scoring with eight strikes, the latest of which came in Columbus' 2-1 win over Philadelphia.

* The Brazilian Camilo scored his eighth for Vancouver in a 2-1 loss to Portland.

* MLS Leading Scorers

Player
Team
Goals
Assists
Thierry Henry New York
12
4
Landon Donovan
Los Angeles 11
3
Eric Hassli Vancouver
10
1
Brek Shea FC Dallas
10
1
Dwayne De Rosario
D.C. United
9
8
Camilo
Vancouver
8
2
Dominic Oduro
Chicago
8
2
Chris Wondolowski San Jose
8
2
Charlie Davies D.C. United
8
1
Andres Mendoza
Columbus 8
1
Jack Jewsbury
Portland
7
6
Fabian Espindola
Real Salt Lake
7
2
Kei Kamara
Kansas City
7
2
Justin Braun
Chivas USA
7
4
Nick LaBrocca
Chivas USA
7
4
Chris Pontius
D.C. United 7
2
Maicon Santos Toronto FC
7
2
Shalrie Joseph
New England
7
1


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