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Boyd gets first Timbers' goal; Chivas USA flounders
March 4th, 2012 11:51PM
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[PORTLAND TIMBERS TOURNAMENT] Scottish Designated Player signing Kris Boyd needed only six minutes to score his first goal for the Portland Timbers, heading home a Jorge Perlaza cross in the sixth minute to give the Timbers a 1-0 win over AIK Stockholm of Sweden before 17,357 fans on Sunday in the final game of the Portland Timbers Tournament. Ecuadoran signing Tressor Moreno had a goal and assist off the bench in the last half hour to lead the San Jose Earthquakes to a 5-0 win over Chivas USA, which finished preseason 0-6-1 against pro opposition.

Portland Timbers Tournament
Portland 1 AIK Stockholm 0.
Goals: Boyd (Perlaza) 6.
Portland -- Perkins, Palmer, Mosquera, Brunner, Chabala, Alhassan, Chara (Marcelin, 79), Jewsbury, Wallace, Perlaza, Boyd (Dike, 75).
AIK -- Turina, Backman, Karlsson, Danielsson, Johansson, Gustavsson, Tjernstrom, Persson, Lorentzson, Lundberg, Quaison.

San Jose 5 Chivas USA 0.
Goals: Wondolowski (Salinas) 27, Morrow (Corrales,  Chavez) 52, T.Moreno (Corrales) 80, Guvenisik (T.Moreno) 84, Garza (Guvenisik) 88.
San Jose -- Busch, Beitashour, Opara (Hernandez 46), Morrow, Corrales, Chavez (Garza 74), Cronin, Baca, Salinas (Moreno 63), Wondolowski (Guvenisik 79), Lenhart (Stephenson 63).
Chivas USA -- Kennedy, Riley, Valencia, Pearce (McKenzie 63), Villafana, Courtois, Lahoud (Smith 46), Minda (Zemanski 59), LaBrocca (Vagenas 76), Angel (Romero 63), Townsend.


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