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MLS Rewind ...
June 24th, 2012 3:22AM

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[WEEK 16] A record crowd of 25,187 at Red Bull Arena watched the New York Red Bulls defeat D.C. United, 3-2, on Sunday night to move into a first-place tie in the Eastern Conference with United. Defender Brandon Barklage was the unlikely hero for New York with two goals against his old club. The Seattle Sounders fall to the Portland Timbers, 2-1, as their winless streak extended to seven matches. For all the weekend action ...

WEEK 16, MLS GAMES:
June 24 in Portland, Ore.
Portland 2 Seattle 1. Goals: Boyd (Smith) 16, Horst (Franck Songo'o) 25; Johnson (Scott) 58.
Portland -- Perkins, Jewsbury, Danso, Horst, Smith, Alhassan (Zizzo 54), Chara, Nagbe, Songo'o (Palmer 79), Fucito (Mwanga 66), Boyd.
Seattle -- Weber, Scott, Parke (Ianni 42), Hurtado, Burch, Evans (Rose 46), Alonso, Rosales, Caskey (Cato 75), Montero, Johnson.
Red Cards: Portland -- Palmer 90+2; Seattle -- Montero 90+1.
Referee: Ricardo Salazar
Att.: 20,438.



June 24 in Harrison, N.J.
New York 3 D.C. United 2. Goals: Barklage (Lindpere) 20, Barklage (unassisted) 47+, Solli (unassisted) 55; Pontius (Cruz, De Rosario) 1, Pontius (Maicon Santos) 66.
New York -- Meara, Barklage, Marquez (Keel 87), Pearce, Miller (Palsson 76),  Solli, McCarty, Lindpere (Henry 69), Lade, Ballouchy, Cooper.
D.C. United -- Hamid,  Russell, McDonald, Jakovic, Woolard, Cruz (Boskovic 59’), Dwayne De Rosario, Perry Kitchen, Nick DeLeon (Andy Najar 70’), Hamdi Salihi (Maicon Santos 46’), Chris Pontius.
Referee: Mark Geiger
Att.: 25,187



June 23 in Carson, Calif.
Los Angeles 3 Vancouver 0.
Goals: Magee (unassisted) 16, Keane (Donovan) 30, Donovan (pen.) 40.
Los Angeles -- Saunders, DeLaGarza, Franklin, Dunivant, Lopes, Juninho, Jimenez (Stephens, 64), Magee (Jordan, 75), Donovan (Barrett, 89), Beckham, Keane.
Vancouver -- Cannon, Bonjour, Lee, DeMerit, Rochat, Thorrington (Camilo, 49), Chiumiento, Koffie, Davidson (Hassli, 66), Le Toux (Nanchoff, 84), Mattocks.
Referee: Allen Chapman.
Att.:
21,529.



June 23 in Bridgeview, Ill.
Chicago 2 Columbus 1.
Goals: Pappa (unassisted) 2, Oduro (Grazzini) 26; Tchani (Birchall) 36.
Chicago -- Johnson, Gargan, Segares, Anibaba, Berry, Pause, Grazzini (Rolfe, 59),  Pappa, Pardo, Nyarko (Friedrich, 72), Oduro (Robayo, 80).
Columbus -- Gruenebaum, Williams, Vukovic (Finlay, 78), Miranda, James, Birchall, Gaven, Tchani, George, Renteria (Vargas, 75), Meram (Schoenfeld, 59).
Red Card: Chicago -- Segares 29.
Referee:
Armando Villarreal.
Att.:
17,144.



June 23 in Sandy, Utah
Real Salt Lake 1 San Jose 2.
Goals: Morales (unassisted) 79; Gordon (Stephenson) 75, Wondolowski  (Gordon) 84.
Real Salt Lake -- Rimando, Beltran (Paulo Jr., 89), Borchers, Tanaka (Gil, 72), Wingert, Morales, Grabavoy (Steele, 59), Beckerman, Johnson, Espindola,  Saborio.
San Jose -- Busch, Morrow, Corrales, Bernardez, Beitashour, Hernandez, Chavez, Dawkins (Salinas, 66), Stephenson (Alexandre, 84), Wondolowski, Lenhart (Gordon, 59).
Referee: Jair Marrufo.
Att.:
18,050.



June 23 in Montreal
Montreal 4 Houston 2.
Goals: Nyassi (Felipe, Bernier) 4, Arnaud (Mapp, Brovsky) 21, Camara (Arnaud, Martins) 60, Bernier 3 (pen.) 68; Davis (unassisted) 16, Bruin (Ching) 45.
Houston -- Hall, Hainault, Cameron, Ashe, Boswell, Watson (Luiz Camargo, 51), Moffat, Clark (Ownby, 62), Davis, Ching (Creavalle, 81), Bruin.
Montreal --
Ricketts, Rivas (Thomas, 62), Brovsky, Valentin, Mapp, Felipe, Warner, Bernier, Camara, Arnaud (Ubiparipovic, 88), Nyassi (Sebrango, 88).
Red Card: Houston -- Moffat 73.
Referee:
Jose Carlos Rivero.
Att.:
12,357.



June 23 in Frisco, Calif.
FC Dallas 0 Chivas USA 0.
FC Dallas -- Hartman, Loyd, Hedges, Pertuz, Rodriguez, Shea, Jackson , D.Hernandez (Wiedeman, 75), Jacobson, Castillo, Sealy (Marcelin, 66).
Chivas USA -- Kennedy, Riley, Califf, McKenzie, Jazic, Zemanski, Minda, Moreno, Cardozo (Townsend, 77), Agudelo (LaBrocca, 63), Romero (Courtois, 59).
Referee: Fotis Bazakos.
Att.:
13,846.



June 23 in Toronto

Toronto FC 2 New England 2. Goals: Koevermans (Morgan) 4, Johnson (Morgan) 42; Brettschneider (unassisted) 71, Feilhaber (Lechner) 90+.
Toronto FC -- Kocic, Hall, Morgan, Henry, Eckersley, Avila (Silva, 59), De Guzman (Lambe, 82), Frings (Emory, 67), Dunfield, Johnson, Koevermans.
New England -- Reis, Alston (Lechner, 40), McCarthy, Soares, Tierney, Rowe, Nguyen, Feilhaber, Simms (Brettschneider, 63), Sene, Fagundez (Cardenas, 71).
Referee: Juan Guzman.
Att.: 18,877.



June 23 in Chester, Pa.
Philadelphia 4 Sporting KC 0. Goals: McInerney (Pajoy, Gaddis) 2, McInerney 43 (unassisted), Pajoy (pen.), 80, Hoppenot (M.Farfan) 87.
Philadelphia -- MacMath, Gaddis, G.Farfan, Valdes, Lahoud, Adu (Hoppenot, 59), Carroll, Okugo, M.Farfan, Pajoy, McInerney (Daniel, 72).
Sporting KC -- Nielsen, Sinovic, Collin, Olum, Myers, Zusi, Julio Cesar (Thomas, 64), Kamara, Espinoza (Peterson, 84), Sapong (Saad, 74), Bunbury.
Referee: Terry Vaughn.
Att.: 18,207.



June 20 in Commerce City, Colo.
Colorado 1 San Jose 2. Goals: Mullan (Freeman) 18; own goal 83, Wondolowski (pen.) 92.
Colorado -- Pickens; Freeman, Moor, Wynne, Zapata, Rivero, Larentowicz, Castrillon (Thompson 89), Mullan, Casey (Cummings 67), Edu (Hill 73).
San Jose -- Bingham, Morrow, Beitashour (Salinas, 75), Bernardez, Hernandez, Chavez, Baca (Gordon, 65), Dawkins, Cronin (Stephenson, 70), Wondolowski, Lenhart.
Referee: Sorin Stoica.
Att.: 13,080



June 20 in Vancouver
Vancouver 1 New York 1. Goals: Bonjour (Chiumiento) 75; Pearce (Richards) 86.
Vancouver -- Cannon, Bonjour, Lee, DeMerit, Rochat, Camilo (Hassli, 64), Thorrington, Chiumiento (Harvey, 80), Davidson, Koffie (Tan, 90+), Le Toux.
New York -- Meara, Solli, Lade, Holgersson, Barklage, Miller, Pearce, Lindpere (Palsson, 90+), Richards, McCarty, Cooper (Arteaga, 90).
Referee: Chris Penso.
Att.: 20,000.



June 20 in Carson, Calif.
Chivas USA  2 Montreal 1. Goals: Moreno (Agudelo, Romero) 15, Angel (Villafana) 82; Felipe (Arnaud) 42.
Chivas USA -- Kennedy, Califf, McKenzie, Riley, Jazic, Minda, Cardozo (Angel, 77), Zemanski, Agudelo, Moreno (Vagenas, 86), Romero (Villafana, 78).
Montreal -- Ricketts, Rivas, Brovsky, Valentin, Thomas, Warner, Mapp (Neagle, 81), Bernier (Braun, 63), Felipe, Arnaud, Wenger (Nyassi, 73).
Referee: Allen Chapman.
Att.: 10,376.



June 20 in Sandy, Utah
Real Salt Lake 2 Los Angeles 3. Goals: Beckerman (Espindola, Wingert) 9, Saborio (Espindola) 24; Donovan (unassisted) 29, Magee (Donovan) 50, Donovan (Magee) 68.
Real Salt Lake -- Rimando; Beltran, Olave (Gil 64), Borchers, Wingert; Beckerman, Johnson, Steele (Morales 60), Grabavoy (Paulo Jr. 80); Espindola, Saborio
Los Angeles -- Saunders; Franklin, Lopes, DeLaGarza, Dunivant; Jordan (Garcia 85), Beckham, Sarvas (Stephens 63), Juninho, Magee (Barrett 88); Donovan
Referee: Kevin Stott.
Att.: 20,382.



June 20 in Seattle
Seattle 1 Sporting KC 1. Goals: Ianni (Rosales) 15; Peterson (Collin) 8.
Seattle -- Weber; Scott, Ianni, Parke, Burch; Rosales (Fernandez 81), Alonso, Evans (Rose 72), Caskey; Montero, Johnson (Ochoa 81)
Sporting KC -- Nielsen, Myers, Olum, Collin, Harrington; Espinoza, Thomas, Joseph (Zusi 50); Peterson (Kamara 65), Bunbury, Saad (Sapong 86)
Red Card: Seattle -- Fernandez 91+.
Att.: 46,392.



June 20 in Houston
Houston 3 Toronto FC 3. Goals: Boswell (Davis) 20, Bruin (Davis) 73, Bruin (Cameron) 90; Hall 1 (unassisted) 13, Koeverman (Avila, Johnson) 22, Koeverman (de Guzman) 45.
Houston -- Hall; Hainault, Boswell, Cameron, Ashe; Clark (Ownby 77), Moffat, Luiz Camargo (Watson 57), Davis; Bruin, Kandji (Ching 63).
Toronto FC -- Kocic; Hall, Eckersley, Henry, Morgan; de Guzman (Lambe 81), Frings, Dunfield, Avila; Johnson, Koevermans (Williams 89)
Referee: Baldomero Toledo
Att.: 21,423.



STANDINGS:

EASTERN CONFERENCE
PTS TEAM W-L-T- +/-
30 D.C. United 9-4-3 31/22
30 New York 9-4-3 31/24
29 Sporting KC 9-4-2 20/15
24 Chicago 7-5-3 20/19
20 Houston 5-5-5 20/23
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19 Columbus 5-5-4 14/15
18 New England 5-7-3 20/20
18 Montreal 5-8-3 24/26
11 Philadelphia 3-8-2 12/15
5 Toronto FC 1-10-2 13/28

WESTERN CONFERENCE
PTS TEAM W-L-T- +/-
33 San Jose 10-3-3 31/19
32 Real Salt Lake 10-5-2 28/19
26 Vancouver 7-4-5 18/19
25 Seattle 7-5-4 19/16
20 Los Angeles 6-8-2 22/23
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19 Colorado 6-8-1 21/21
19 Chivas USA 5-7-4 11/18
16 Portland 4-6-4 14/17
14 FC Dallas 3-9-5 16/26
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Note: All times ET.

WEEK 17, MLS GAMES:
June 27
Montreal vs. Toronto FC, 7:30 pm
June 29
Sporting KC vs. Chicago, 8 pm NBCSN
June 30
Toronto FC vs. New York, 7 pm Galavision
D.C. United vs. Montreal, 7:30 pm
New England vs. Seattle, 7:30 pm
Columbus vs. Real Salt Lake, 8 pm
Houston vs. Philadelphia, 8:30 pm
Colorado vs. Portland, 9 pm
San Jose vs. Los Angeles, 10 pm ESPN2 ESPN Deportes
(in Stanford, Calif.)



1 comment
  1. I w Nowozeniuk
    commented on: June 26, 2012 at 3:56 p.m.
    Barklage's brace was salivating...both goals were struck pure and true; and the two yada-yada TV commentators never gave him the kudos he deserved.

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