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MLS Rewind ...
July 8th, 2012 3:22AM

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[WEEK 18] The Los Angeles Galaxy got back on the winning track with a 2-0 win at the Chicago Fire on a pair of goals by Robbie Keane and moved back into fifth place in the Western Conference. The New York Red Bulls missed a chance to take over first place in the Eastern Conference when they fell at the England Revolution, 2-0. On a Saturday night that saw three of five games end in 0-0 ties, Alvaro Saborio showed the way with a hat trick for the Real Salt Lake in its 3-0 win over the Portland Timbers. The Seattle Sounders snapped their nine-game league winless streak with a 2-1 win over the Colorado Rapids. For all the action ...

WEEK 18, MLS GAMES:
July 8 in Montreal
Montreal 2 Columbus 1.
Goals: Valentin (Nyassi, Di Vaio) 78, Bernier (pen.) 89; Mirosevic (Vukovic), 64.
Columbus -- Gruenebaum, Williams, Vukovic (Anor, 81), Marshall, Miranda, Tchani, Birchall, Gaven, Mirosevic (Schoenfeld, 70), George, Renteria (Duka, 82).
Montreal --
Ricketts, Thomas, Brovsky, Valentin, Bernier, Mapp (Braun, 90+), Neagle (Ubiparipovic, 71), Warner, Camara, Nyassi, Di Vaio.
Referee: Matthew Foerster.
Att.:
15,118.



July 8 in Chester, Pa.
Philadelphia 3 Toronto FC 0. Goals: Gomez (McInerney, M.Farfan) 34, Adu (G.Farfan, McInerney) 36, Hoppenot (M.Farfan) 78.
Philadelphia --
MacMath; Williams, Valdes, Okugo, G.Farfan (Albright 89); Carroll, Gomez, M.Farfan (Torres 83); Adu, McInerney (Hoppenot 65), Pajoy.
Toronto FC --
Kocic; Hall, Eckersley, Emory (Henry 86), Morgan, Lambe, Frings, Dunfield (Silva 65), Avila (de Guzman 46), Johnson, Kovermans.



July 8 in Bridgeview, Ill.
Chicago 0 Los Angeles 2.
Goals: Keane (pen.) 24, Keane (Donovan) 78.
Chicago --
Johnson; Anibaba, Friedrich, Berry, Segares;  Pause (Alex 46), Pardo; Nyarko, Rolfe (Barouch 79), Pappa; Oduro (Robayo 67).
Los Angeles --
Saunders; DeLaGarza, Franklin, Lopes, Dunivant; Jimenez (Jordan 60), Juninho (Gaul 73), Sarvas, Stephens; Barrett (Donovan 65),  Keane.
Referee:
Jair Marrufo.
Att.:
20,533.



July 8 in Foxboro, Mass.
New England 2 New York 0.
Goals: Nguyen (Tierney) 24, Bengston (unassisted) 84.
New York --
Meara, Barklage, Keel (Palsson 82), Conde, Miller, Richards, McCarty, Ballouchy, Lindpere, Lade, Cooper.
New England --
Shuttleworth, Alston, McCarthy, Soares, Tierney, Rowe (Fagundez 89), Feilhaber (Joseph 73), Simms, Nguyen, Brettschneider (Bengston 60).
Referee:
Drew Fischer.
Att.:
14,374.



July 7 in Frisco, Texas
FC Dallas 0 San Jose 0.
FC Dallas -- Hartman, Pertuz, Hedges, Loyd, Shea, Rodriguez, Marcelin, Jacobson, Wiedeman (Jackson, 46), Castillo (Villar, 46th), Ferreira.
San Jose -- Busch, Corrales, Bernardez, Beitashour, Morrow, Hernandez, Cronin, Baca, Chavez (Salinas, 62), Wondolowski, Gordon (Stephenson, 82).
Referee: Ismail Elfath.
Att.: 10,132.



July 7 in Seattle
Seattle 2 Colorado 1. Goals:
Fernandez (Rosales) 52, Johnson (Rosales) 64; Cummings (Zapata) 79'
Seattle -- Meredith, Johansson, Parke, Ianni, Burch, Caskey, Alonso, Rosales (Zakuani 86), Rose, Fernandez (Cato 79), Johnson (Montero 72).
Colorado -- Pickens, Freeman, Wynne, Moor, Zapata, Larentowicz, Castrillon (Cascio 84), Rivero, Mullan, Smith (Cummings 67), Casey (Edu 67).
Referee: Kevin Stott.
Att.:: 39,060.



July 7 in Carson, Calif.
Chivas USA 0 Vancouver 0.

Chivas USA -- Kennedy, Riley, Califf, McKenzie, Villafana, Zemanski, Cardozo, Courtois (Smith 46), LaBrocca, Correa, Angel.
Vancouver -- Cannon, Lee, Bonjour, DeMerit, Harvey, Robson, Koffie, Rochat, Chiumiento, Hassli (Camilo, 69), Le Toux.
Referee: Juan Guzman
Att.: 11,659.
 


July 7 in Kansas City, Kan.
Sporting KC 0 Houston 0.
Sporting KC -- Nielsen; Myers, Collin, Besler, Sinovic; Nagamura, Espinoza, Zusi; Kamara (Saad 81), Sapong (Bunbury 68), Peterson.
Houston -- Hall; Taylor, Hainault, Boswell, Ashe; Moffat, Davis, Luiz Camargo (Creavalle 66); Kandji (Ownby 80), Garcia, Bruin (Ching 66).
Att.: 19,307.



July 7 in Sandy, Utah
Real Salt Lake 3 Portland 0. Goals: Saborio (Beckerman, Gil) 60, Saborio (Wingert) 62, Saborio (pen.) 75.
Real Salt Lake -- Rimando; Beltran, Olave (Watson Siriboe, 83), Borchers, Wingert; Beckerman, Grabavoy (Gil, 24), Johnson, Morales; Paulo Jr. (Bonfigli, 54’), Saborio.
Portland -- Perkins; Kimura, Danso, Horst, Smith; Chara, Palmer (Fucito, 69), Jewsbury, Alexander (Mosquera, 76’), Nagbe; Mwanga (Boyd, 69’)
Red Card: Portland -- Chara 74.
Referee: Mark Geiger.
Att.: 16,444.



July 4 in Montreal
Montreal 1 Sporting KC 3. Goals: Bernier (Felipe, Valentin) 49; Kamara 6 (pen.) 57, Zusi (pen.) 75, Peterson (Espinoza, Saad) 82.
Montreal -- Ricketts; Brovsky (Sebrango 80), Camara, Thomas, Valentin; Bernier, Warner, Mapp (Braun 87), Arnaud, Felipe; Di Vaio (Nyassi 71).
Sporting KC -- Nielsen, Myers, Collin, Besler, Sinovic; Nagamura (Joseph 86), Espinoza, Zusi; Kamara (Saad 69), Bunbury (Peterson 46), Sapong.
Att.: 12,085.



July 4 in Frisco, Texas
FC Dallas 1 Toronto FC 1.
Goals: Loyd 2 (Jackson, Jacobson) 5; Koevermans (Avila) 31.
FC Dallas -- Hartman, Loyd, Pertuz, Hedges, Jackson, Shea, Rodriguez, Marcelin, Hernandez (Ferreira, 57), Jacobson, Castillo (Wiedeman, 90+).
Toronto FC -- Kocic, Hall, Emory, Eckersley, Morgan, Dunfield (de Guzman, 81), Frings, Avila (Silva, 68), Lambe, Johnson, Koevermans (Soolsma, 88).
Referee: Jose Carlos Rivero.



July 4 in Commerce City, Colo.
Colorado 0 Vancouver 1.
Goal: Mattocks 43.
Colorado -- Pickens, Wynne, Zapata, Freeman (Edu, 72), Moor, Rivero, Castrillon (Smith, 63), Larentowicz, Mullan, Cummings (Cascio, 61), Casey.
Vancouver -- Cannon, Harvey, DeMerit, Rochat, Bonjour, Lee, Chiumiento (Nanchoff, 85), Koffie, Robson (Le Toux, 57), Mattocks, Hassli (Camilo, 72).
Referee: Steve Gegen.
Att.: 18,757.



July 4 in Sandy, Utah
Real Salt Lake 0 Seattle 0.

Real Salt Lake -- Rimando, Wingert, Borchers, Watson-Siriboe, Mansally (Steele 79), Gil (Grabavoy 62), Beckerman, Morales, Johnson, Espindola, Saborio.
Seattle -- Meredith, Scott, Parke, Hurtado, Gonzalez, Rosales, Carrasco, Evans (Rose 64),  Fernandez (Burch 85), Johnson, Montero (Cato 73).
Referee: Hilario Grajeda.
Att.:
20,363.



July 4 in Carson, Calif.
Los Angeles 1 Philadelphia 2.
Goals: Barrett (Keane, Dunivant) 73; McInerney (Farfan) 45, M.Farfan (Pajoy), 95+.
Philadelphia -- MacMath, Williams, G.Farfan, Lahoud (Gomez, 63), Valdes, M.Farfan, Okugo, Carroll, Daniel (Pajoy, 75), Adu (Hoppenot, 71), McInerney.
Los Angeles -- Saunders, DeLaGarza, Gonzalez (Franklin, 46), Dunivant, Lopes, Sarvas, Magee, Donovan, Juninho, Jimenez (Barrett, 60), Keane.
Referee: Armando Villarreal.
Att.: 27,000.



July 3 in Houston
Houston 0 Chicago 0.
Houston -- Hall; Hainault, Boswell, Taylor, Ashe; Luiz Camargo (Ownby 69), Moffat, Davis; Garcia, Bruin (Ching 65), Kandji (Clark 81)
Chicago -- Johnson; Anibaba, Berry, Gargan, Segares; Rolfe, Pardo, Pause, Pappa (Barouch 72); Oduro (Alex 54), Nyarko (Jumper 87)
Referee: Allen Chapman.
Att.: 22,039.



July 3 in Portland, Ore.
Portland 2 San Jose 1.
Goals: Mwanga (Songo’o) 29, Jewsbury 59; Gordon 74
Portland -- Perkins, Jewsbury, Danso, Horst, Smith (Chabala, 63), Songo’o (Zizzo, 74), Palmer (Braun, 86), Nagbe, Alexander, Mwanga, Boyd.
San Jose -- Bingham, Beitashour, Bernardez, Hernandez (Moreno, 84), Morrow, Salinas, Cronin, Stephenson (Lenhart, 62), Baca (Chavez, 59), Wondolowski, Gordon.
Referee: Fotis Bazakos.
Att.: 20,438.



STANDINGS:

EASTERN CONFERENCE
PTS TEAM W-L-T- +/-
33 D.C. United 10-5-3 34/22
33 Sporting KC 10-5-3 23/17
31 New York 9-5-4 32/27
28 Chicago 8-6-4 21/21
25 Houston 6-5-7 22/24
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22 Columbus 6-6-4 17/17
22 New England 6-7-4 24/22
21 Montreal 6-11-3 27/36
17 Philadelphia 5-9-2 18/18
10 Toronto FC 2-11-4 18/33

WESTERN CONFERENCE
PTS TEAM W-L-T- +/-
37 San Jose 11-4-4 36/24
36 Real Salt Lake 11-6-3 31/21
30 Seattle 8-5-6 23/19
30 Vancouver 8-4-6 19/19
23 Los Angeles 7-10-2 28/29
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22 Colorado 7-10-1 25/24
20 Chivas USA 5-7-5 11/18
19 Portland 5-8-4 16/24
16 FC Dallas 3-9-7 17/27
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WEEK 20, MLS GAMES:
July 18
New York vs. Chicago, 1 pm
Chivas USA vs. Portland, 4 pm
Toronto FC vs. Colorado, 7 pm
Montreal vs. New England, 8 pm
Houston vs. Sporting KC, 8:30 pm
Vancouver vs. LA Galaxy, 10 pm
San Jose vs. FC Dallas, 10:30 pm NBCSN

July 21
New York vs. Philadelphia, 2:30 pm ESPN ESPN Deportes
Columbus vs. D.C. United, 7:30 pm
Houston vs. Montreal 8:30 pm
Sporting KC vs. New England 8:30 pm
FC Dallas vs. Portland, 9 pm
Real Salt Lake vs. Colorado, 10 pm
LA Galaxy vs. Chivas USA, 10 pm Telefutura

July 22
Vancouver vs. San Jose, 7 pm

WEEK 21, MLS GAMES:
July 27
Real Salt Lake vs. Vancouver, 9 pm
July 28
Toronto FC vs. Houston, 4:30 pm
Montreal vs. New York, 7:30 pm
FC Dallas vs. Los Angeles, 8 pm NBCSN
Sporting KC vs. Columbus, 8:30 pm
Colorado vs. Seattle, 9 pm
San Jose vs. Chicago, 10:30 pm
Portland vs. Chivas USA, 11 pm

July 29, 2012
Philadelphia vs. New England, 7 pm NBCSN



5 comments
  1. Kerry Ogden
    commented on: July 9, 2012 at 9:29 a.m.
    It's sad to see LA rely on PK's to score goals, when I replayed the video it looks as though the ref made the wrong call because Chicago's player was actually outside the box when the handball occured which the PK shouldn't have been given to LA. What a sad excuse of a MLS Team LA has turned out to be so far this season!

  1. I w Nowozeniuk
    commented on: July 9, 2012 at 10:26 a.m.
    K.O. freshen up on the rules... the handball was in the box while the majority of the perps body was outside the box...same as if the keeper picks up the ball outside the box while his body is inside the box. Ref Geiger,RSL v Timbers, once again demonstrated that he belongs in the rugby league.

  1. Kerry Ogden
    commented on: July 9, 2012 at 11:35 a.m.
    I w Nowozenniuk are you always a jerk!!! I didn't watch the game only the video and I'm very well aware of the rules in soccer, and yes refs are human and they do make mistakes!

  1. Carl Grover
    commented on: July 10, 2012 at 2:45 p.m.
    I w Nowozenniuk is correct. The arm hit the ball clearly in the box. That is a PK. The referee did not make a mistake on that call. In reference to the Galaxy, Kerry - As of now they are in the playoffs. They haven't played like last year but they have the players to win it all. You are rather a negative person.

  1. Kerry Ogden
    commented on: July 10, 2012 at 5:56 p.m.
    To Carl, when you look at the video on this page the players body was outside the box his arm could have been just inside but the video really doesn't show this angle, I didn't see the game live otherwise during the replay they would have probably showed a better angle than what you see in this video. As for the playoffs, LA has been playing like a team in desperation and in every game the purposely try to get handballs against the other team they're playing, they are better than this and I hate to see LA resort to these types of tatics, and as far as being a negative person I'm far from it, the same could also be said about yourself, if you think about it in your reply to me!


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