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May 20th, 2012 12:40AM
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[WEEK 11] Despite playing with 10 men for more than 30 minutes, the New York Red Bulls tied a club record with their fifth straight win, coming from behind to defeat the Montreal Impact, 2-1, on goals byKenny Cooperand Dane Richards. The defending champion Los Angeles Galaxy's winless streak reached five games when it fell to Chivas USA, 1-0, in the SuperClasico. The loss combined with the Portland Timbers' 2-1 win over the Chicago Fire dropped the Galaxy into last place in the Western Conference. For all the action ...

RESULTS, SUNDAY
May 20 in Portland, Ore.
Portland 2 Chicago 1.
Goals: Brunner (Mosquera, Boyd) 20, own goal 52; Anibaba (Pappa) 39.
Portland --
Perkins; Chabala, Mosquera, Brunner, Smith; Songo'o, Chara, Palmer, Wallace; Nagbe (Perlaza, 67), Boyd.
Chicago --
Johnson; Gargan (Barouch, 81), Anibaba, Berry, Segares; Pause (Robayo, 68), Pardo, Pappa; Grazzini; Oduro (Puppo, 60), Nyarko.
Referee:
Silviu Petrescu.
Att.:
20,438.



RESULTS, SATURDAY
May 19 in Carson, Calif.
Chivas USA 1 Los Angeles 0. Goal: Correa (pen.) 72.
Chivas USA --Kennedy, Riley, Califf, McKenzie, Jazic, Minda, Bolanos (Villafana 60), LaBrocca (Gavin 90), Moreno, Agudelo (Angel 76), Correa.
Los Angeles --Perk, Franklin, Lopes, DeLaGarza, Dunivant, Sarvas, Juninho, Magee (Barrett 78), Nakazawa (Beckham 74), Donovan, Noonan (Buddle 60)
Red Card: Los Angeles -- Lopes 70.
Referee:Mark Geiger
Att.:18,800.



May 19 in Santa Clara, Calif.
San Jose 1 Columbus 1.
Goals: Gordon (unassisted) 90; Meram (Tchani) 45.
San Jose --Busch, Beitashour, Corrales, Morrow, Hernandez, Baca (Moreno, 70th), Cronin, Dawkins, Stephenson (Garza, 56), Wondolowski, Lenhart (Gordon, 60).
Columbus --Gruenebaum, O'Rourke, Williams, Gehrig, Miranda, Vukovic (Francis, 80), Tchani, Mirosevic (Grossman, 46), Gaven, Meram (Duka, 60), Vargas.
Referee:Juan Guzman.
Att.:10,256.



May 19 in Washington, D.C.
D.C. United 3 Toronto FC 1. Goals: De Rosario (Boskovic) 1, De Rosario (Korb, Wolff) 43, Salihi (Najar), 73; Koevermans (de Guzman), 71.
D.C. United --Hamid, McDonald, Korb, Woolard, Kitchen, Cruz (Jakovic, 26), Najar (King, 83), Boskovic (Saragosa, 75), De Rosario, Salihi, Wolff.
Toronto FC --Kocic, Cann, Hall, Henry, Morgan, Avila, Dunfield (Koevermans, 46), de Guzman, Plata (Soolsma, 68), Johnson, Lambe.
Referee:Geoff Gamble.
Att.:14,287.



May 19 in Montreal
Montreal 1 New York 2.Goals: Cooper (pen.) 37, Richards (unassisted) 67; Corradi 4 (pen.) 22.
Montreal --Ricketts, Brovsky, Rivas (Wenger 72), Ferrari, Wahl, Nyassi, Warner (Braun 84), Felipe, Arnaud, Corradi (Neagle 80), Montano.
New York --Meara, Miller, Pearce, Holgersson, Barklage, McCarty, Lade, Lindpere, Palsson, Richards, Cooper (Arteaga 93+)
Red Card: New York -- Palsson 58.
Referee: Ismail Elfath.
Att.: 20,373.



May 19 in Vancouver
Vancouver 2 Seattle 2.Goals: Rochat (Salgado) 12, Camilo (unassisted) 83; Johnson (Rosales, Montero) 47, Montero (Eddie Johnson) 90.
Vancouver --Cannon, Lee, Bonjour, DeMerit, Rochat, Koffie, Davidson, Chiumiento (Camilo 80), Le Toux, Mattocks (Hassli 64), Salgado (Thorrington 74).
Seattle --Meredith, Johansson, Parke, Hurtado, Burch (Scott 85), Rosales, Alonso, Caskey (Rose 46), Fernandez (Estrada 72), Montero, Johnson.
Referee: Frank Stott
Att.:21,000



May 19 in Foxboro, Mass.
New England 2 Houston 2.Goals: Sene (pen.) 26, Sene (unassisted) 57; Bruin (Davis) 32, Luiz Camargo (Ching) 87.
New England --Reis, Alston, Soares, McCarthy, Tierney, Nguyen, Guy, Joseph, Feilhaber (Cardenas 77), Sene (Fagundez 74), Brettschneider.
Houston --Hall, Taylor, Boswell, Cameron, Ashe, Carr (Kandji 76), Moffat, Watson (Luiz Camargo 66), Davis (Clark 70), Bruin, Ching.
Referee:Baldomero Toledo
Att.:16,414.



May 19 in Frisco, Texas
FC Dallas 1 Philadelphia 1.Goals: Perez (unassisted) 7, Gomez (unassisted) 56.
FC Dallas --Hartman, John, Jackson, Benitez, Pertuz (Rodriguez, 45+), Hedges, Marcelin, D.Hernandez, Jacobson, Leyva (Luna, 77), Perez.
Philadelphia --Harrison, Valdes (Lopez, 78), Williams, Lahoud (Martinez, 55),  Gaddis, M.Farfan, Daniel, Gomez (Okugo, 58), Carroll, Mwanga, Pajoy.
Referee: Mark Kadlecik.



May 19 in Commerce City, Colo.
Colorado 2 Sporting KC 2. Goals: Marshall (Rivero), 52, Kimura (Casey) 60; Bunbury (Sinovic, Zusi) 2, Bunbury (unassisted) 14.
Colorado -- Pickens, Kimura, Moor, Freeman, Marshall, Larentowicz, Castrillon, Rivero, Thompson (Hill, 79), Casey (Edu, 68), Cascio (Zapata, 89).
Sporting KC --Nielsen, Sinovic, Besler, Myers, Collin, Convey (Peterson, 59), Zusi, Julio Cesar (Olum, 87), Kamara, Nagamura (Joseph, 77), Bunbury.
Referee:Edvin Jurisevic.



RESULTS, WEDNESDAY
May 16 in Washington, D.C.
D.C. United 2 Colorado 0.
Goals: De Rosario (Neal) 25, Salihi (unassisted) 60. 
D.C. United --
Hamid; Russell (Cruz 60), McDonald, Woolard, Korb; Najar, Kitchen, Boskovic (King 74), Neal; De Rosario (Wolff 82), Salihi.
Colorado -- Pickens; Freeman, Marshall, Moor, Zapata; Larentowicz, Mullan (Hill 46), Castrillon (Thompson 79), Rivero; Casey (Edu 66), Cascio.
Referee:Matthew Foerster.
Att.:11,593.



RESULTS, TUESDAY
May 15 in Houston
Houston 0 Portland 0.
Houston --Hall, Taylor, Boswell, Cameron, Ashe, Carr, Sturgis, Luiz Camargo, Davis (Dixon, 74), Kandji, (Clark, 71), Bruin (Ching, 64).
Portland --Perkins, Jewsbury (Chabala, 46), Mosquera, Danso, Smith, Songo'o (Alexander, 69), Chara, Palmer, Wallace (Zizzo, 60), Nagbe, Boyd.
Referee:Chris Penso.
Att.:
22,039.



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STANDINGS:
EASTERN CONFERENCE
PTS TEAM W-L-T- +/-
25 New York 8-3-1 25/17
24 D.C. United 7-4-3 25/17
22 Sporting KC 7-3-1 15/9
15 Chicago 4-3-3 12/12
13 Houston 3-3-4 10/10
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13 New England 4-6-1 14/15
12 Columbus 3-4-3 9/12
12 Montreal 3-6-3 13/18
8 Philadelphia 2-6-2 8/13
0 Toronto FC 0-9-0 7/21

WESTERN CONFERENCE
PTS TEAM W-L-T- +/-
26 Real Salt Lake 8-3-2 19/12
24 San Jose 7-2-3 23/13
23 Seattle 7-2-2 15/6
18 Vancouver 5-3-3 12/13
16 Colorado 5-6-1 17/16
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13 Chivas USA 4-6-1 7/12
13 FC Dallas 3-6-4 12/19
12 Portland 2-6-3 11/14
11 Los Angeles 3-6-2 12/16
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Note:All times ET.

WEEK 12,SCHEDULE:
May 23
New York vs. Chivas USA, 7  pm
Chicago vs. FC Dallas, 8:30 pm
Seattle vs. Columbus, 10 pm
Los Angeles vs. San Jose, 10:30 pm
May 26
Houston vs. Los Angeles, 2:30 pm NBCSN
Toronto FC vs. Philadelphia, 4:30 pm
Columbus vs. Chicago, 7 pm Galavision
D.C. United vs. New England, 7:30 pm
Real Salt Lake vs. FC Dallas, 9 pm
Colorado vs. Montreal, 9 pm
Portland vs. Vancouver, 10 pm
Chivas USA vs. Seattle, 10:30 pm
May 27
Sporting KC vs. San Jose, 4:30 pm NBCSN



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