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September 15th, 2012 6:40PM
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[WEEK 28] The race for the final playoff spots in both MLS conferences tightened. Julian de Guzman scored a golazo with a volley on the last kick of the game in the 96th minute to give FC Dallas a 1-0 win over Vancouver that moved it to within one point of the fifth-place Whitecaps in the Western Conference. D.C. United's 2-1 victory over the New England Revolution moved it past Columbus and into fifth place in the Eastern Conference. For all the weekend action ...

Note:All times ET.

WEEK 28,MLS RESULTS:
Sept. 15 in Harrison, N.J.
New York 3 Columbus 1.Goals: Henry (Marquez) 9, McCarty (Henry) 79, Henry (unassisted) 93+ Mirosevic (Arrieta) 3
New York --Gaudette, Lade, Holgersson, Pearce, Conde, Solli (Lindpere 68), McCarty, Cahill, Marquez (Tainio 60), Henry, Cooper (Le Toux 77).
Columbus -- Gruenebaum (Lampson 85), Miranda (Higuain 89), Marshall, James, Williams, O’Rourke, Tchani, Duka (Meram 65), Gaven, Mirosevic, Arrieta
Referee:Abbey Okulaja,
Att.:17,134



Sept. 15 in Washington, D.C.
D.C. United 2 New England 1. Goals: Pontius (Boskovic) 32, Neal (Pontius) 63; Rowe (Fagundez) 29.
D.C. United --Hamid, Korb, McDonald, Jakovic, Kitchen, Boskovic (Neal, 56), DeLeon, Najar, Pontius, Pajoy (Russell, 83), Maicon Santos (Salihi, 67).
New England --Reis, Alston, McCarthy, Barnes, Lechner (Toja, 73), Rowe, Guy, Nguyen, Simms, Fagundez (Feilhaber, 73), Bengtson (Imbongo, 61).
Referee:Fotis Bazakos.
Att.:15,104.



Sept. 15 in Frisco, Texas
FC Dallas 1 Vancouver 0.
Goal: de Guzman 90+.
FC Dallas --Hartman, John (Loyd, 74), Pertuz, Benitez (Sealy, 88), Hedges, Jackson, Jacobson (Castillo, 58), Ferreira, de Guzman, Shea, Perez.
Vancouver --Knighton, Harvey, DeMerit, Bonjour, Rochat, Lee, Thorrington, Camilo (Teibert, 80), Koffie, Robson (Watson, 86), Miller (Mattocks, 61).
Referee:Allen Chapman.
Att.: 17,685.



Sept. 15 in Bridgeview, Ill.
Chicago 3 Montreal 1.
Goals: MacDonald (Anibaba) 34, Alex (Fernandez) 61, Fernandez (Rolfe, Gargan) 80; Di Vaio (Camara) 20.
Chicago -- Johnson; Anibaba, Friedrich (Gargan 41), Berry, Segares; Nyarko, Pause, Alex, Fernandez (Thompson 83); Rolfe, MacDonald (Oduro 77).
Montreal --Perkins; Ferrari, Nesta (Brovsky 81), Rivas (Mapp 65), Camara; Arnaud, Bernier, Warner (Wenger 73), Felipe; Nyassi, Di Vaio
Referee:Paul Ward.
Att.: 17,691.



Sept. 15 in Carson, Calif.
Chivas USA 0 San Jose 2.
Goals: Wondolowski (pen.) 40, Gordon (Wondolowski, Morrow) 49.
Chivas USA --Kennedy, Riley, Califf, Valencia, Villafana, Minda (Smith 66), Joseph, LaBrocca, Bolanos, Townsend (Correa 76), Agudelo (Angel 66).
San Jose -- Busch, Beitashour, Bernardez, Opara, Morrow, Ballouchy (Corrales 75), Cronin, Baca, Dawkins (Stephenson 90), Gordon (Lenhart 62), Wondolowski
Referee:Chris Penso.
Att.:  11,317



Sept. 15 in Portland, Ore.
Portland 1 Seattle 1.Goals: Wallace (Jewsbury) 78; Montero (Gspurning) 57.
Portland --Ricketts (Bendik, 57), Horst, Wallace, Mosquera, Kimura, Nagbe, Zizzo (Alhassan, 83), Chara, Jewsbury, Songo'o (Mwanga, 72), Dike.
Seattle --Gspurning, Parke, Hurtado, Gonzalez,  Johansson, Rose, Evans (Burch, 90th+), Alonso, Zakuani (Martinez, 70), Johnson, Montero.
Referee:Ricardo Salazar.
Att.:
20,438.



Sept. 15 in Toronto
Toronto FC 1 Philadelphia 1.
Goals: Hassli (Silva, O'Dea) 58; Williams (Hoppenot) 85.
Toronto FC --Kocic, O'Dea, J.Hall, Maund, Emory, Eckersley, Silva, Dunfield, Johnson, Lambe, Hassli (Amarikwa, 80).
Philadelphia --MacMath, S.Williams, Okugo, G.Farfan (Torres, 83), Lahoud (Hoffman, 61), Valdes, Carroll, Cruz, M. Farfan, Adu (Hoppenot, 71), McInerney.
Referee:Silviu Petrescu.
Att.:
15,669.



Sept. 14 in Kansas City, Kan.
Sporting KC 1 Houston 1. Goal: Davis (Garcia) 58; Sapong (Zusi) 90+3.
Sporting KC --Nielsen; Myers, Collin, Besler, Sinovic; Nagamura, Julio Cesar; Zusi, Espinoza (Peterson 74), Kamara; Sapong
Houston --Hall; Sarkodie, Boswell, Taylor, Ashe (Hainault 74); Luiz Camargo, R.Clark, Davis, Garcia; Kandji (Barnes 81), Bruin (Ching 88)
Referee:Baldomero Toledo.
Att.:19,887.



Sept. 14 in Carson, Calif.
Los Angeles 2 Colorado 0. Goals: Keane (Donovan, Sarvas) 15, Wilhelmsson (Sarvas) 58.
Los Angeles --Saunders, Gonzalez, Franklin, Dunivant, DeLaGarza, Juninho, Sarvas (Stephens, 84), Magee, Donovan (Buddle, 78), Wilhelmsson (Jimenez, 61), Keane.
Colorado --Pickens, Zapata, Moor, Marshall, Wynne, Castrillon, Cascio (Cummings, 42), Larentowicz (Mullan, 74), Thomas, Rivero, Akpan (Casey, 63).
Referee: Ismail Elfath.



Sept. 12 in Toronto
Toronto FC 1 Chicago 2. Goals: Hassli (Silva, Lambe) 79; Fernandez (Pardo) 13, Rolfe (unassisted) 42.
Toronto FC --Kocic; Hall (Morgan 46), Eckersley, O'Dea, Emory (Avila 56’); Lambe, Maund, Silva, Wiedeman; Amarikwa (Stinson 75), Hassli.
Chicago --Johnson; Anibaba, Friedrich, Berry, Segares; Nyarko, Pause, Pardo (Alex 76), Fernandez (Thompson 63); Rolfe, MacDonald (Oduro 71)
Referee: Ed Jurisevic.
Att.:14,623.



STANDINGS:
EASTERN CONFERENCE
PTS TEAM W-L-T- +/-
51 Sporting KC 15-7-6 35/25
50 Chicago 15-8-5 40/33
49 New York 14-7-7 49/40
46 Houston 12-7-10 41/34
44 D.C. United 13-10-5 45/39
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42 Columbus 12-10-6 34/35
39 Montreal 12-15-3 44/49
28 New England 7-15-7 36/40
27 Philadelphia 7-13-6 26/31
22 Toronto FC 5-17-7 32/51

WESTERN CONFERENCE
PTS TEAM W-L-T- +/-
56 San Jose 17-6-5 58/32
48 Seattle 13-6-9 44/29
46 Los Angeles 14-11-4 50/40
46 Real Salt Lake 14-11-4 38/33
37 Vancouver 10-12-7 29/38
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36 FC Dallas 9-12-9 35/38
29 Colorado 9-18-2 36/43
28 Portland 7-14-7 28/45
28 Chivas USA 7-13-7 21/43

Note:All times ET.

WEEK 29,MLS GAMES:
Wednesday, September 19, 2012
New York vs. Sporting KC, 7 pm
Columbus vs. Chivas USA, 7:30 pm
San Jose vs. Portland, 10:30 pm

Thursday, September 20, 2012
Philadelphia vs. D.C. United, 8:00 pm ESPN2 ESPN Deportes

Saturday, September 22, 2012
Montreal vs. Sporting KC, 1 pm
New England vs. New York, 7:30 pm
Real Salt Lake vs. Portland, 8:00 pm NBCSN
Chicago vs. Columbus, 8:30 pm
Seattle vs. San Jose, 10:30 pm
LA Galaxy vs. Toronto FC, 10:30 pm

Sunday, September 23, 2012
Philadelphia vs. Houston, 4 pm
D.C. United vs. Chivas USA, 7 pm Galavision
Vancouver vs. Colorado, 7:30 pm



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