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August 4th, 2012 11:55PM
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[WEEK 22] The Seattle Sounders pounded the Los Angeles Galaxy, 4-0, on Sunday night before a crowd of 60,908 at CenturyLink Field to snap the Galaxy's five-game unbeaten streak. Eddie Johnson scored his 10th goal, Fredy Montero scored on a half-volley, and Alex Caskey and Andy Rose added their first MLS goals. The Portland Timbers picked up their first point in five games under interim coach Gavin Wilkinson when they rallied to tie FC Dallas, 1-1.

On Saturday ...

The Colorado Rapids snapped a six-game losing streak with a 1-0 win over Real Salt Lake on Joseph Nane’s first career goal. The loss that cost the visitors a chance to take over the lead in the Western Conference. Sporting Kansas City moved into a tie for first place with the Houston Dynamo in the Eastern Conference with a 1-0 victory at the New England Revolution.

WEEK 22, MLS GAMES:
Aug. 5 in Seattle
Seattle 4 Los Angeles 0. Goals:
Johnson (Rosales, Alonso) 8, Montero 52, Caskey 61, Rose (Burch, Rosales) 88.
Seattle -- Gspurning, Ianni, Parke, Johansson, Gonzalez, Rosales, Alonso, Caskey (Burch, 81), Evans (Tiffert, 64), Johnson, Montero (Rose, 73).
Los Angeles -- Saunders, DeLaGarza, Gonzalez, Lopes (Villarreal, 80), Franklin (Magee, 57), Gaul, Beckham, Donovan, Juninho (Jimenez, 70), Sarvas, Keane.
Referee: Chris Penso
Att.:
60,908.
 


Aug. 5 in Portland, Ore.
Portland 1 FC Dallas 1.
Goals: Jewsbury (unassisted) 79; Sealy (Ferreira, Shea) 51.
Portland -- Perkins, Kimura, Mosquera, Horst, Smith (Alhassan, 77), Nagbe, Jewsbury, Chara, Richards (Mwanga, 61), Boyd (Dike, 61), Songo’o.
FC Dallas --
Hartman, Loyd, John, Hedges, Benitez, Castillo (Hernandez, 87), Jacobson, Ferreira, de Guzman (Marcelin, 76), Shea, Sealy (Rodriguez, 57).
Red Card: FC Dallas -- Loyd 52.
Referee: Ricardo Salazar.
Att.:
20,438.



Aug. 4 in Washington, D.C.
D.C. United 1 Columbus 0.
Goal: Pontius (unassisted) 50.
D.C. United -- Hamid, McDonald, Korb, Woolard (Neal, 63), Dudar, Kitchen, De Rosario, DeLeon (Jakovic, 79), Boskovic, Tan (Maicon Santos, 67), Pontius.
Columbus -- Gruenebaum, Williams, Mendes, Miranda, Marshall, Duka (Finlay, 84th), Birchall, Gaven, Mirosevic (Tchani, 68th), Arrieta, Meram (Renteria, 66).
Referee: Allen Chapman.
Att.: 14,640.




Aug. 4 in Foxboro, Mass.
New England 0 Sporting KC 1. Goal: Bunbury (unassisted) 20.
New England -- Reis, Tierney, McCarthy, Barnes, Lechner (Cardenas 46), Nguyen, Simms, Feilhaber (Rowe 78), Guy, Imbongo (Fagundez 73), Sene.
Sporting KC -- Nielsen, Sinovic, Olum, Besler, Harrington, Nagamura (Joseph 86), Julio Cesar (Thomas 73), Zusi, Kamara, Bunbury, Convey (Saad 7).
Referee: Geoff Gamble
Att.: 17,592



Aug. 4 in Montreal
Montreal 2 Philadelphia 1. Goals: Wenger (Bernier, Mapp) 44, Felipe (Camara) 78.
Philadelphia -- MacMath; Valdes, Okugo, Williams, G. Farfan; Carroll, Lahoud (Hoppenot 56), M.Farfan; Adu (Gomez 80), Pajoy (Martinez 73), McInerney.
Montreal -- Ricketts; Camara, Nesta, Rivas, Ferrari; Warner, Bernier, Mapp (Nyassi 61), Felipe, Arnaud; Wenger (Brovsky 70).
Red Cards: Montreal -- Rivas 69; Philadelphia -- McInerney 69.
Referee: Ismail Elfath.
Att.: 18,535.



Aug. 4 in Bridgeview, Ill.
Chicago 2 Toronto FC 1. Goals: Pappa (unassisted) 64, Berry (Pardo) 84; R.Johnson (unassisted) 16.
Chicago -- S.Johnson; Anibaba, Friedrich, Berry, Segares; Fernandez (Nyarko 50), Pause (Alex 74), Pardo, Pappa; Rolfe; Oduro (MacDonald 46’)
Toronto FC -- Kocic; Henry (Maund 78), Eckersley, Emory, Morgan; Lambe (J.Hall 46), Frings, Dunfield, Silva; Hassli (Wiedeman 61), R.Johnson.
Red Card: Toronto FC -- Emory 79.
Referee: Michael Kennedy.
Att.: 15,757.



Aug. 4 in Commerce City, Colo.
Colorado 1 Real Salt Lake 0. Goal: Nane (unassisted) 38.
Colorado -- Pickens; Moor, Marshall (Thompson, 49), Wynne, Zapata; Mullan, Larentowicz, Nane (Smith, 72), Rivero (Hill, 81), Castrillon; Cummings.
Real Salt Lake -- Rimando; Beltran, Watson-Siriboe, Borchers, Wingert; Beckerman; Grabavoy, Steele (Johnson, 63); Morales; Braun (Bonfigli, 63), Saborio (Espindola, 46).
Referee: Jorge Gonzalez.
Att.: 15,218.



Aug. 3 in Houston
Houston 2 New York 0.
Goals: Taylor (unassisted) 2, Carr 4 (Kandji) 28.
New York -- Gaudette, Conde (Lindpere, 70), Holgersson, Solli (Cooper, 55), Pearce, Miller, Lade, Cahill, Tainio (Palsson, 46), Le Toux, Henry.
Houston -- Hall, Boswell, Ashe, Hainault, Taylor, Davis, Moffat, Garcia, Carr (Watson, 74), Bruin (Ching, 56), Kandji (Luiz Camargo, 81).
Referee: Silviu Petrescu.
Att.: 22,039.



STANDINGS:
EASTERN CONFERENCE
PTS TEAM W-L-T- +/-
40 Houston 11-5-7 35/25
40 Sporting KC 12-7-4 28/21
38 New York 11-7-5 38/34
36 D.C. United 11-7-3 35/27
35 Chicago 10-8-4 25/24
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30 Montreal 9-13-3 34/44
28 Columbus 8-8-4 20/21
23 Philadelphia 7-11-2 23/24
23 New England 6-11-5 26/28
19 Toronto FC 5-13-4 25/40

WESTERN CONFERENCE
PTS TEAM W-L-T- +/-
44 San Jose 13-5-5 45/27
42 Real Salt Lake 13-8-3 35/28
37 Seattle 10-5-7 31/22
34 Vancouver 9-7-7 27/27
33 Los Angeles 10-11-3 39/39
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26 Chivas USA 7-8-5 14/21
25 Colorado 8-14-1 29/32
23 FC Dallas 5-11-8 26/32
20 Portland 5-12-5 20/37



1 comment
  1. John Soares
    commented on: August 6, 2012 at 1:42 p.m.
    A five game winning streak broken... 4-0 win against one of the hottest teams in country.... 60,900+ attendance..... an overall very good game..... Beckham crying.... and all the Sounders get is one sentence!? Come on SA there is more to the MLS than LA and NY.

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