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MLS Rewind...
April 6th, 2012 4:44PM

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[WEEK 5] Sporting Kansas City made it five wins in five games with a 1-0 victory over the Los Angeles Galaxy, which fell into last place in the Western Conference with a 1-3-0 record. Thierry Henry scored his sixth and seventh goals of the season and Kenny Cooper had his fifth and sixth goals as the New York Red Bulls won, 4-1, at the Columbus Crew. Real Salt Lake and the San Jose Earthquakes are 1-2 in the Western Conference after wins over the Colorado Rapids (2-0) and Vancouver Whitecaps (3-1), respectively. The Montreal Impact won its first MLS game with a 2-1 win over Toronto FC, which fell to 0-4-0. For video highlights of all the Saturday action ...

RESULTS, SATURDAY
April 7 in Portland, Ore.
Portland 1 Chivas USA 2.
Goals: Boyd (unassisted) 16; Moreno (Smith) 48, LaBrocca (Smith) 82.
Portland --
Perkins; Palmer, Jean-Baptiste, Brunner, Wallace (Chabala 46); Songo'o (Alhassan 63), Jewsbury, Chara, Alexander (Perlaza 77), Nagbe, Boyd.
Chivas USA --
Kennedy; Riley, McKenzie, Pearce, Jazic; Romero (Courtois 74), Minda, LaBrocca, Gavin (Smith 46; Gordon 90), Zemanski; Moreno.
Referee:
Chris Penso.
Att.:
20.438.



April 7 in Santa Clara, Calif.
San Jose 3 Colorado 1.
Goals: Wondolowski (Corrales) 68, Gordon (Corrales) 72, Wondolowski (Moreno) 78; Le Toux (Hassli, Harvey) 49.
San Jose -- Busch, Beitashour, Bernardez, Morrow, Corrales, Chavez  (Moreno 39), Baca, Cronin (Stephenson 79), Salinas, Dawkins (Gordon 53), Wondolowski.
Vancouver --
Cannon, Lee, Bonjour, DeMerit, Harvey, Chiumiento (Camilo 77), Davidson, Thorrington (Watson 80), Koffie, Hassli, Le Toux.
Referee:
Ramon Hernandez.
Att.:
10,525.



April 7 in Sandy, Utah
Real Salt Lake 2 Colorado 0.
Goals: Saborio (Beltran) 20; Espindola (Gil, Beltran) 57.
Real Salt Lake --
Rimando, Beltran, Olave, Borchers, Wingert, Beckerman (Alvarez 83), Velasquez (Steele 60), Johnson, Gil, Espindola (Bonfigli 90), Saborio.
Colorado --
Pickens; Kimura (Cascio 61), Marshall, Wynne, Zapata; Larentowicz, Moor, Rivero; Mullan, Cummings, Castrillon (Hill 77).
Referee:
Jair Marrufo.
Att.:
16,870.



April 7 in Washington, D.C.
D.C. United 0 Seattle 0.
D.C. United -- Willis, Russell (Korb 74), Dudar, Jakovic, Woolard, Cruz (Pontius 59), Kitchen, De Rosario, DeLeon, Maicon Santos, Salihi (Boskovic 72).
Seattle -- Gspurning, Scott, Ianni, Parke, Gonzalez, Levesque, Evans, Alonso, Fernandez (Burch 92+), Montero, Estrada (Johnson 66).
Referee: Edvin Jurisevic.
Att.:
15,651.



April 7 in Kansas City, Kan.

Sporting KC 1 Los Angeles 0. Goal: Kamara (Convey) 40.
Los Angeles -- Saunders; Franklin, Meyer, DeLaGarza, Dunivant; Donovan, Juninho (Nakazawa 72), Stephens (Sarvas 77), Magee; Keane, Buddle (Barrett 56).
Sporting KC -- Nielsen, Sinovic, Besler, Collin, Myers; Julio Cesar (Nagamura 78), Espinoza, Zusi; Convey (Peterson 68), Sapong (Bunbury 86), Kamara.
Referee: Jorge Gonzalez.
Att.: 20,323.



April 7 in Columbus, Ohio
Columbus 1 New York 4. Goals: Marshall (Urso) 89; Cooper (Henry) 3, Cooper (unassisted) 13, Henry (Miller) 40, Henry (Lindpere) 90.
New York -- Meara, Solli, Holgersson, Keel, Miller, Richards (Lindpere 80), Marquez, McCarty, Ballouchy, Cooper, Henry.
Columbus -- Gruenebaum, Miranda (Schoenfeld 75), Gehrig, Marshall, Francis, Gaven (Finlay 55), Urso, Mirosevic, Anor (Duka 57), Vargas, Renteria.
Referee: Mark Kadlecik
Att.: 11,516.



April 7 in Montreal
Montreal 2 Toronto FC 1. Goals: Ubiparipovic (Neagle) 18, Wenger (unassisted) 81; Koevermans (Lambe) 88.
Montreal -- Ricketts; Wahl, Thomas, Ferrari, Valentin; Neagle, Felipe, Warner, Ubiparipovic (Mapp 74); Corradi (Wenger 65), Nyassi (Arnaud 83).
Toronto FC -- Kocic; Eckersley (Henry 53), Harden, Emory, Morgan; de Guzman, Dunfield, Johnson; Soolsma (Lambe 74), Koevermans, Plata (Silva 53).
Red Card: Toronto FC -- Emory 65.
Referee: Hilario Grajeda.
Att.: 23,120.




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OTHER RESULTS, SUNDAY:
April 8 in San Jose
San Jose reserves 2 Vancouver reserves 1.
Goals: Ampaipitakwong (Garza) 77; Tan (Harris) 38, Harris (Salgado) 78.

April 8 in Sandy, Utah
Real Salt Lake reserves 0 Colorado reserves 1. Goal: Cascio (Armstrong) 26.

OTHER RESULTS, SATURDAY:
April 7 in Columbus, Ohio
Columbus reserves 2 New York reserves 1.
Goals: Schoenfeld (Vukovic) 70, Meram (Vukovic) 87, Ruthven (Angulo) 90.

April 7 in Bridgeview, Ill.
Chicago 1 Univ. of Louisville 0.
Goal: Pappa (unassisted) 12.
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RESULTS, THURSDAY:
April 5 in Frisco, Texas
FC Dallas 1 New England 0. Goals: Ihemelu (Loyd) 95+.
FC Dallas -- Hartman, Loyd, John (Hedges 72), Ihemelu, Pertuz, Rodriguez, Jacobson, Shea, Villar (Warshaw 67), Castillo, Perez.
New England -- Reis, Lechner, Soares, McCarthy, Tierney, Rowe, Simms (Moreno 80), Joseph, Nguyen, Sene (Cardenas 66), Guy (White 89).
Referee: Juan Guzman
Att.: 11,043



RESULTS, WEDNESDAY:
April 4 in Sandy, Utah
Real Salt Lake 1 Montreal 0. Goal: Paulo Jr. (pen.) 13.
Real Salt Lake -- Rimando; Beltran, Schuler, Olave, Tanaka; Beckerman, Steele (Grabavoy 64), Johnson, Gil (Morales 64); Espindola, Paulo Jr. (Saborio 77).
Montreal -- Ricketts; Brovsky (Wenger 82), Ferrari, Thomas, Gardner; Neagle (Nyassi 63), Felipe, Warner, Mapp; Arnaud, Braun (Corradi 76).
Referee: Ricardo Salazar
Att.: 20,191.



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STANDINGS:
EASTERN CONFERENCE
PTS TEAM W-L-T- +/-
15 Sporting KC 5-0-0 8/1
9 New York 3-2-0 14/8
6 Houston 2-1-0 2/2
6 Columbus 2-2-0 5/6
6 New England 2-3-0 5/6
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5 D.C. United 1-2-2 5/5
4 Chicago 1-1-1 2/3
4 Montreal 1-4-1 5/12
1 Philadelphia 0-3-1 2/6
0 Toronto FC 0-4-0 2/9

WESTERN CONFERENCE
PTS TEAM W-L-T- +/-
15 Real Salt Lake 5-1-0 11/4
12 San Jose 4-1-0 7/3
9 Colorado 3-2-0 7/7
8 Vancouver 2-1-2 4/3
7 Seattle 2-1-1 5/2
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7 FC Dallas 2-2-1 6/8
6 Chivas USA 2-3-0 3/4
4 Portland 1-2-1 7/8
3 Los Angeles 1-3-0 5/8
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Note: All times ET.

WEEK 6, SCHEDULE:
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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