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March 30th, 2012 10:41PM
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[WEEK 4] Sporting Kansas City is the only unbeaten team left in MLS after Week 4, winning its fourth straight game with a 1-0 win at Chivas USA. In Sunday's other game, the Colorado Rapids moved into a first-place tie with the San Jose Earthquakes and Real Salt Lake thanks to their 2-0 victory over the Chicago Fire. For all the weekend action ...

MATCHES, SUNDAY:
April 1 in Carson, Calif.
Chivas USA 0 Sporting KC 1.
Goal: Sapong (Zusi) 47.
Chivas USA --
Kennedy; Riley, McKenzie, Pearce, Jazic (Romero 80); Minda, Smith, LaBrocca, Courtois; Moreno (Bolanos 72), Townsend.
Sporting KC --
Nielsen; Myers, Collin, Besler, Sinovic; Cesar, Espinoza, Zusi (Nagamura 85); Sapong (Bunbury 72), Convey (Peterson 72).
Referee:
Edvin Jurisevic.
Att.:
13,372.



April 1 in Commerce City, Colo.
Colorado 2 Chicago 0. Goals: Cummings (Mullan, Rivero) 58, Hill (unassisted) 92+.
Colorado -- Pickens, Kimura, Wynne, Moor, Zapata, Larentowicz, Castrillon (Hill 81), Rivero (Marshall 87), Mullan, Cascio (Thompson 67), Cummings
Chicago -- Tornaghi; Pause (Barouch 83), Anibaba, Gibbs, Segares; Pappa (Puppo 78), Pardo, Robayo (Paladini 61); Grazzini; Nyarko, Oduro.
Referee: Chris Penso
Att.: 13,152.



RESULTS, SATURDAY
March 31 in Carson, Calif.
Los Angeles 1 New England 3.
Goals: Keane (Buddle) 78; Rowe (unassisted) 10, Tierney (Alston, Joseph) 13, Sene (Guy) 65.
Los Angeles --
Saunders, Franklin, DeLaGarza, Boyens, Dunivant, Sarvas (Magee 46), Beckham (Stephens 46), Juninho, Cardozo (Barrett 72), Keane, Buddle.
New England --
Reis, Lechner (Alston 46), Soares, McCarthy (Purdie 86), Tierney, Nguyen, Joseph, Simms, Rowe, Sene (Cardenas 71), Guy.
Referee:
Ricardo Salazar.
Att.:
21,324.



March 31 in Portland, Ore.
Portland 2 Real Salt Lake 3.
Goals: Nagbe (Alexander) 48, Nagbe (Alexander) 63; Saborio (unassisted) 39, Steele (Johnson) 89, Beckerman (Espindola) 93+.
Portland --
Perkins; Palmer, Jean-Baptiste, Brunner, Wallace; Nagbe, Jewsbury, Chara, Alexander; Perlaza, Boyd.
Real Salt Lake --
Rimando; Beltran, Olave, Borchers, Wingert; Grabavoy, Beckerman, Gil, Morales; Saborio, Paulo, Jr.
Referee:
Jorge Gonzalez.
Att.:
20,438.



March 31 in Seattle
Seattle 0 San Jose 1.
Goal: Wondolowski (pen.) 24.
Seattle --
Gspurning, Scott, Ianni, Hurtado (Parke 46), Burch, Sivebaek (Ochoa 62), Alonso, Carrasco (Caskey 74), Fernandez, Montero, Estrada.
San Jose --
Busch, Beitashour, Bernardez, Morrow, Corrales (Hernandez 46), Cronin, Baca, Chavez (Dawkins 89), Salinas, Wondolowski, Lenhart (A.Gordon 67).
Referee:
Mark Kadlecik.
Att.:
38,458.



March 31 in Harrison, N.J.

New York 5 Montreal 2. Goals: Henry (Marquez) 28, Cooper (pen.) 45+, Henry (McCarty) 56, Ballouchy (Henry, Solli) 72, Henry (unassisted) 89; Nyassi (unassisted) 19; Mapp (Felipe) 38.
New York -- Meara, Solli, Holgersson, Conde, Miller, Richards, Marquez, (Tainio 46), McCarty (Barklage 90), Lindpere (Ballouchy 69), Cooper, Henry.
Montreal -- Ricketts, Valentin (Wenger 65), Ferrari, Wahl, Gardner, Arnaud, Mapp (Neagle 85), Martins, Bernier, Corradi (Braun 77), Nyassi.
Referee: Michael Kennedy.
Att.: 13,415.



March 31 in Toronto
Toronto FC 0 Columbus 1. Anor 56 (unassisted).
Toronto FC -- Kocic, Eckersley, Harden, Emory, Morgan, Dunfield (Avila 62), de Guzman (Burgos 84), Ryan Johnson, Joao Plata, Danny Koevermans, Soolsma (Silva 46).
Columbus -- Gruenebaum, Miranda (Williams, 79),  Gehrig, Marshall, Francis, Gaven, Mirosevic, Urso, Anor (Finlay, 85) Vargas, Renteria (Schoenfeld, 80).
Referee: Geoff Gamble.
Att.: 18,944.



March 31 in Chester, Pa.
Philadelphia 0 Vancouver 0.
Philadelphia -- MacMath; Williams, Califf, Valdes, Lopez (M.Farfan 46); Gomez, Carroll, Daniel (Mwanga 86); G.Farfan, Pajoy, Hoffman (McInerney 51).
Vancouver -- Cannon; Lee, Bonjour, DeMerit, Harvey; Thorrington (Koffie 59), Davidson, Chiumiento, Watson; Le Toux, Harris (Tan 70).
Referee: Elias Bazakos
Att.: 17,189.





RESULTS, FRIDAY
March 30 in Washington, D.C.
D.C. United 4 FC Dallas 1. Goals: Maicon Santos (De Rosario) 28, DeLeon (Maicon Santos) 60; Cruz (DeLeon) 66, Maicon Santos (De Rosario) 73; Perez (unassisted) 41.
D.C. United -- Willis, Russell, McDonald, Dudar, Woolard, Cruz (Pontius 77), Kitchen, DeLeon, Salihi (Boskovic 68), De Rosario (King 85), Marcio Santos.
FC Dallas -- Hartman, Loyd, Pertuz, Ihemelu, Benitez (Perea 77), Rodriguez (Leyva 71), Villar, D.Hernandez, Jacobson, Shea, Perez.
Red Card: FC Dallas -- D.Hernandez 77.
Referee: Hilario Grajeda
Att.: 13,169.


OTHER RESULTS, SUNDAY
April 1 in Harrison, N.J.
New York reserves 3 Montreal reserves 1. Goals: Ruthven (unassisted) 13, Arteaga (Angulo) 48, Palsson (Maduro) 87; Montano (Garcia) 30.

April 1 in Tukwila, Wash.

Seattle reserves 4 Gonzaga Univ. 0. Goals: Caskey, Johnson, Cato, Steres.
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STANDINGS:
EASTERN CONFERENCE
PTS TEAM W-L-T- +/-
12 Sporting KC 4-0-0 7/1
6 New York 2-2-0 10/7
6 Columbus 2-1-0 3/2
6 New England 2-2-0 5/5
6 Houston 2-1-0 2/2
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4 D.C. United 1-2-1 5/5
4 Chicago 1-1-1 2/3
1 Montreal 0-3-1 3/10
1 Philadelphia 0-3-1 2/6
0 Toronto FC 0-3-0 1/7

WESTERN CONFERENCE
PTS TEAM W-L-T- +/-
9 Real Salt Lake 3-1-0 8/4
9 Colorado 3-1-0 7/5
9 San Jose 3-1-0 4/2
8 Vancouver 2-0-2 3/0
6 Seattle 2-1-0 5/2
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4 Portland 1-2-1 6/6
4 FC Dallas 1-2-1 5/8
3 Los Angeles 1-2-0 5/7
3 Chivas USA 1-3-0 1/3
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Note: All times ET.
WEEK 5, SCHEDULE:
Wednesday, April 4
Real Salt Lake vs. Montreal, 9 pm
Thursday, April 5
FC Dallas vs. New England, 8:30 pm
Saturday, April 7
Montreal vs. Toronto FC, 12 pm
Columbus vs. New York, 3 pm (Galavision)
Sporting KC vs. Los Angeles, 4 pm (ESPN, ESPN Deportes)
San Jose vs. Vancouver, 7 pm
D.C. United vs. Seattle, 7:30 pm 
Real Salt Lake vs. Colorado, 9 pm
Portland vs. Chivas USA, 10:30
Saturday, April 14, 2012
Philadelphia vs. Columbus, 3:30 pm (NBC SN)
New England vs. D.C. United, 4 pm
Seattle vs. Colorado, 4 pm
Toronto FC vs. Chivas USA, 4:30 pm
New York vs. San Jose, 7 pm
FC Dallas vs. Montreal, 8:30 pm
Sporting KC vs. Real Salt Lake, 8:30 pm
Los Angeles vs. Portland, 10:30 pm
Sunday, April 15
Chicago vs. Houston, 7 pm



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