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MLS Rewind ...
May 6th, 2012 1:08AM

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[WEEK 9] FC Dallas lost two players, Daniel Hernandez and Blas Perez, to red cards two minutes apart in the first half and fell to the Colorado Rapids, 2-0, on Sunday. Real Salt Lake pulled even with the San Jose Earthquakes in the Western Conference when it beat the New England Revolution, 2-1, and the Quakes fell at the Vancouver Whitecaps, 1-0. The defending champion Los Angeles Galaxy's troubles continued when it fell at home to the New York Red Bulls, 1-0. For all the weekend results and video highlights ...

RESULTS, SUNDAY
May 6 in Frisco, Texas
FC Dallas 0 Colorado 2. Goals: Castrillon (Mullan) 61, Rivero (Mullan, Hill) 74.
Colorado -- Pickens, Kimura, Marshall (Casey 46), Moor, Zapata, Larentowicz, Mullan, Castrillon (Thompson 88), Rivero, Cummings (Hill, 15), Cascio.
FC Dallas --
Hartman, Benitez, John, Ihemelu, Loyd, D.Hernandez, Castillo (Pertuz 46), Jackson (Luna 83), Jacobson, Sealy (Marcelin 46), Perez.
Red Cards: FC Dallas -- D.Hernandez 34, Perez 36.
Referee: Mark Geiger.
Att.: 11,702.



RESULTS, SATURDAY
May 5 in Toronto FC
Toronto FC 0 D.C. United 2. Goals: Pontius (unassisted) 55, Salihi (unassisted) 75.
Toronto FC -- Kocic; Eckersley, Henry, Aceval, Morgan; Frings (Hall 67), de Guzman, Silva (Plata 45), Lambe, Johnson, Avila.
D.C. United -- Hamid; Korb, Woolard, McDonald, Kitchen; Cruz, Neal (Boskovic 46), Najar; De Rosario, Pontius (King 65), Maicon Santos (Salihi 71).
Att.: 18,364.



May 5 in Seattle
Seattle 1 Philadelphia 0. Goal: Rosales (Montero) 63.
Seattle -- Meredith, Johansson, Ianni,  Parke, Burch, Rosales (Gonzalez 82), Alonso, Rose (Johnson 61), Caskey (Carrasco 90+), Montero, Estrada.
Philadelphia -- MacMath, Valdes, Williams, Califf, Gaddis, Gomez (Martinez, 83), M.Farfan (Mwanga 76), Daniel, Herdling (Carroll 61), Adu, Pajoy.
Referee: Ricardo Salazar.
Att.: 38,399.



May 5 in Vancouver
Vancouver 2 San Jose 1. Goals: Koffie (Camilo) 40, Hassli (Chiumiento) 94+; Wondolowski (Chavez) 40.
Vancouver -- Cannon, DeMerit, Rochat, Lee, Bonjour, Watson (Thorrington, 61), Davidson, Camilo (Hassli, 74), Koffie, Salgado (Chiumiento, 81st), Le Toux.
San Jose -- Busch, Hernandez (Opara, 46), Corrales, Beitashour, Morrow, Chavez (Moreno 75), Cronin, Baca, Dawkins (Stephenson, 63), Wondolowski, Lenhart.
Referee: Chris Penso.
Att.: 19,271.



May 5 in Carson, Calif.
Los Angeles 0 New York 1.
Goal: Lindpere (Solli) 19.
Los Angeles --
Gaudette, Dunivant, Meyer (Stephens, 75), Franklin, DeLaGarza, Donovan, Magee (Noonan, 68), Juninho, Beckham, Buddle (Barrett, 68), Keane.
New York -- Meara, Lade, Holgersson, Ruthven, Solli (Agudelo, 82), Barklage, Richards, McCarty, Ballouchy (Palsson, 77th), Lindpere, Cooper.
Referee: Kevin Stott.
Att.: 27,000.



May 5 in Kansas City, Kan.
Sporting KC 0 Montreal 2. Goals: Felipe (Braun) 30, Bernier 1 (pen.) 64.
Sporting KC -- Nielsen; Myers, Besler, Collin, Harrington; Julio Cesar (Nagamura 79), Espinoza, Zusi; Kamara, Sapong (Bunbury 66), Convey.
Montreal -- Ricketts; Brovsky, Camara, Rivas (Ferrari 62), Wahl; Ubiparipovic (Wenger 84), Felipe, Bernier, Neagle; Sebrango (Arnaud 70), Braun.
Referee: Juan Guzman.
Att.: 20,404.



May 5 in Sandy, Utah
Real Salt Lake 2 New England 1. Goals: Saborio (unassisted) 33, Saborio (Morales) 55; Brettschneider (Joseph) 22.
Real Salt Lake -- Rimando, Wingert, Olave, Borchers, Beltran, Johnson, Morales, Beckerman, Grabavoy, Espindola (Steele 63), Saborio.
New England -- Reis, Tierney, Soares (Fagundez 79), Lozano (Sene 65), Alston, Nguyen, Joseph, Feilhaber, Simms, Rowe (Cardenas 59), Brettschneider.
Red Cards: Real Salt Lake -- Johnson 59; Real Salt Lake -- Cardenas 81.
Referee: David Gantar.
Att.: 18,219.



May 5 in Portland, Ore.
Portland 0 Columbus 0
.
Portland -- Perkins; Wallace (Fucito 83), Mosquera, Palmer, Danso, Chabala; Chara, Jewsbury, Songo'o (Alexander 76), Nagbe; Boyd.
Columbus -- Gruenebaum; Miranda, O'Rourke, Williams, Vukovic (Francis 85); Tchani, Gehrig, Mirosevic, Gaven; Renteria (Anor 80), Finlay (Meram 80).
Referee: Edvin Jurisevic
Att.: 20,438.



RESULTS, FRIDAY
May 4 in Carson, Calif.
Chivas USA 1 Chicago 2. Goals: Angel (pen.) 23; Berry (Grazzini) 25, Pappa (Puppo) 90+3.
Chivas USA -- Kennedy, Riley, Pearce, McKenzie, Valencia, Minda, Bolanos (Smith, 66), LaBrocca, Villafana (Lahoud, 81), Angel (Correa, 70), Moreno.
Chicago -- Johnson, Gargan, Friedrich, Berry, Segares, Pardo, Pause, Grazzini (Robayo, 78), Oduro (Puppo, 86), Pappa, Nyarko.
Referee: Baldomero Toledo.
Att.: 14,652.



RESULTS, WEDNESDAY
May 2 in Santa Clara, Calif.
San Jose 5 D.C. United 3.
Goals: Lenhart (unassisted) 19, Wondolowski (Dawkins, Stephenson) 21, Morrow (unassisted) 31, Wondolowski (Beitashour) 69, Lenhart (unassisted) 74; De Rosario (Cruz) 8,  Woolard (Najar) 64, Salihi (De Rosario) 88.
San Jose -- Busch, Beitashour, Hernandez, Morrow, Corrales (Opara 84, Chavez, Stephenson, Moreno (Baca 64), Dawkins (Cronin 73), Wondolowski, Lenhart.
D.C. United --
Willis, Kitchen, Russell, McDonald, Woolard (Korb 77), Cruz (Salihi 70), De Rosario, Saragosa (Najar 46), DeLeon, Marcio Santos, Pontius.
Referee:
Allen Chapman.
Att.: 8,734.



May 2 in Seattle
Seattle 2 Los Angeles 0.
Goals: Johnson (Rosales) 40, Montero (Alonso) 48.
Seattle --
Gspurning (Meredith 46), Scott, Parke, Hurtado, Gonzalez, Rosales (Burch 74), Alonso, Evans, Estrada, Montero, Johnson (Caskey 81).
Los Angeles --
Gaudette; Jordan (Noonan 71), Lopes, DeLaGarza, Gaul; Franklin, Juninho, Sarvas, Donovan; Barrett (Magee 58), Cristman (Buddle 53).
Referee:
Hilario Grajeda.
Att.:
39,002.



May 2 in Foxboro, Mass.
New England 2 Colorado 1.
Goals: Sene (McCarthy, Simms) 27, Cardenas (Sene) 39; Castrillon (Rivero) 21.
New England -- Reis, Tierney, Soares, McCarthy, Alston (Barnes 43), Feilhaber, Simms, Joseph, Cardenas (Rumstrom 85), Sene, Moreno (Nguyen 69).
Colorado --
Pickens, Freeman (Hill 76), Marshall, Moor, Zapata, Castrillon, Larentowicz, Mullan, Cascio, Cummings, Rivero (Akpan 85).
Referee: Terry Vaughn.
Att.: 6,149.



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STANDINGS:
EASTERN CONFERENCE
PTS TEAM W-L-T- +/-
21 Sporting KC 7-2-0 12/5
18 D.C. United 5-3-3 20/15
16 New York 5-3-1 19/14
11 Chicago 3-2-2 9/9
11 Montreal 3-5-2 11/15
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9 New England 3-6-0 8/12
8 Houston 2-2-2 7/8
8 Columbus 2-4-2 6/10
7 Philadelphia 2-5-1 5/9
0 Toronto FC 0-8-0 6/18

WESTERN CONFERENCE
PTS TEAM W-L-T- +/-
22 San Jose 7-2-1 21/11
22 Real Salt Lake 7-3-1 18/12
19 Seattle 6-1-1 11/3
17 Vancouver 5-2-2 9/7
15 Colorado 5-5-0 15/12
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12 FC Dallas 3-4-3 10/14
10 Los Angeles 3-5-1 11/14
9 Chivas USA 3-6-0 5/11
8 Portland 2-5-2 9/13
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Note: All times ET.

WEEK 10, SCHEDULE:
May 9
New York vs. Houston, 7 p.m.
Chicago vs. Real Salt Lake, 8:30 p.m.
FC Dallas vs. Seattle, 8:30 p.m.
May 12
Montreal vs. Los Angeles, 4 p.m.
Houston vs. D.C. United, 4:30 p.m. NBCSN
New England vs. Vancouver, 7:30 p.m.
Columbus vs. FC Dallas, 7:30 p.m.
Chicago vs. Sporting KC, 8:30 p.m.
Seattle vs. Real Salt Lake, 10 p.m.
May 13
Philadelphia vs. New York, 12:30 p.m. ESPN2 ESPN Deportes
San Jose vs. Chivas USA, 7 p.m. Galavision



2 comments
  1. Phil Love
    commented on: May 7, 2012 at 9:38 a.m.
    Mark Geiger, referee of the FC Dallas - Colorado game, a name which should live in infamy.

  1. I w Nowozeniuk
    commented on: May 7, 2012 at 10:09 a.m.
    Caskey of Seattle one times his shot wide of goal and dribbles it. He had time to settle and regain his balancem but being mentaly hurried by his indecision cost him an awesome scoring opportunity. Another example of low soccer IQ.


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