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August 30th, 2012 12:59AM
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[WEEK 26] D.C. United blew a chance to move into third place in the Eastern Conference when Wilman Conde scored in the 88th minute to allow the New York Red Bulls to escape RFK Stadium with a 2-2 tie. Eddie Gaven's goal five minutes into stoppage time gave the Columbus Crew a 2-1 win at the Philadelphia Union that moved the Crew into a tie for sixth place with the Montreal Impact, only two points behind D.C. United and the Chicago Fire.  Former New England captain Shalrie Joseph haunted the Revs with a pair of goals as the Revs squandered a three-goal lead after 21 minutes and had to settle for a 3-3 draw with Chivas USA. For all the action ...

WEEK 26,MLS GAMES:
August 29 in Washington, D.C.
D.C. United 2 New York 2. Goals: DeLeon (De Rosario) 21, De Rosario (DeLeon) 68; Lindpere (Henry, Tainio) 19, Conde (unassisted) 88.
D.C. United -- Hamid, Najar, McDonald, Jakovic, Korb, DeLeon, Kitchen (Tan 90), Saragosa, Pontius,  De Rosario (Boskovic 86), Pajoy
New York -- Gaudette, Lade, Holgersson, Pearce, Conde, Solli (Cooper 83), McCarty, Cahill, Tainio (Le Toux 75),  Lindpere (Sam 83), Henry.
Referee:Ricardo Salazar.
Att.:10,303.

Aug. 29 in Chester, Pa.
Philadelphia 1 Columbus 2. Goals: Valdes 29; Williams, 41, Gaven, 90+5.
Philadelphia --MacMath, Williams (Gaddis, 55), G.Farfan, Valdes, Okugo, Carroll, Lahoud, M.Farfan, Gomez, Cruz (Hoppenot, 61), McInerney (Adu, 77).
Columbus --Lampson, Marshal, Williams, Miranda, Gaven, O’Rourke, Birchall (Grossman, 84), Duka (Meram, 66), Mirosevic, Higuain, Arrieta (James, 72).
Red Card:Columbus -- Marshall 68.
Att.:
16,568.

August 29 in Foxboro, Mass.
New England 3 Chivas USA 3.Goals: Sene (unassisted) 4, own goal 11, Sene (unassisted) 21; Joseph (LaBrocca) 23; Joseph (Agudelo) 45+, Bolanos (Townsend, Agudelo) 47.
New England -- Reis, Tierney, McCarthy, Soares, Alston, Nguyen, Simms (Fagundez 68), Guy, Rowe (Cardenas 83), Sene (Feilhaber 65), Bengtson.
Chivas USA --Kennedy, Riley, McKenzie, Califf,  Jazic, Bowen (Angel 54), Joseph, LaBrocca (Minda 83), Bolanos, Townsend, Agudelo (Courtois 76)
Referee:Matthew Foerster.
Att.:10,945.

 
STANDINGS:
EASTERN CONFERENCE
PTS TEAM W-L-T- +/-
47 Sporting KC 14-7-5 32/23
46 New York 13-7-7 46/39
42 Houston 11-6-9 38/21
41 D.C. United 12-9-5 43/37
41 Chicago 12-8-5 32/30
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39 Montreal 12-13-3 42/44
39 Columbus 11-8-6 31/29
25 Philadelphia 7-13-4 25/30
24 New England 6-14-6 33/38
21 Toronto FC 5-15-6 29/46

WESTERN CONFERENCE
PTS TEAM W-L-T- +/-
50 San Jose 15-6-5 52/32
43 Seattle 12-6-7 40/26
43 Real Salt Lake 13-10-4 37/32
40 Los Angeles 12-11-4 46/40
37 Vancouver 10-10-7 29/35
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32 FC Dallas 8-12-8 33/37
28 Chivas USA 7-10-7 20/35
26 Colorado 8-16-2 33/40
24 Portland 6-13-6 26/43



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