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D.C. United and New York finish 2-3 ahead of Chicago
October 27th, 2012 11:57PM

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[MLS REWIND: Week 33] D.C. United and the New York Red Bulls took second and third place in the Eastern Conference to avoid a play-in game. The Red Bulls won, 3-0, at the Philadelphia Union, while D.C. goalie Bill Hamid held off the Chicago Fire for a 1-1 tie that relegated the Fire to a play-in game at home against the Houston Dynamo. Real Salt Lake's 0-0 with the Vancouver Whitecaps was enough to claim second place in the Western Conference ahead of the Seattle Sounders, who fell at the Los Angeles Galaxy, 1-0, on Sunday night. For all the action ...

WEEK 33 RESULTS:
Oct. 28 in Columbus, Ohio
Columbus 2 Toronto FC 1. Goals: Higuain 17, Higuain (pen.) 61; Wiedeman (Johnson) 27.
Columbus -- Gruenebaum, Williams, Miranda, Mendes, Gehrig, Birchall (George, 89), Gaven, Tchani, Higuain, Speas (Renteria, 64), Arrieta (Meram, 90).
Toronto FC -- F.Hall, Eckersley, Cann, J.Hall, Morgan, Silva, Avila (Emory, 86), Dunfield, Lambe, Wiedeman, Johnson (Henry, 69).
Referee: Drew Fischer.
Att.: 15,672.




Oct. 28 in Frisco, Texas
FC Dallas 2 Chivas USA 2
. Goals: Jackson (Ferreira) 73, Castillo (Ferreira) 80; Courtois (Zemanski), Agudelo (Courtois, Smith) 90th+.
Chivas USA -- Melia, Burling, Smith, Vagenas (Courtois, 82), Minda, Villafana, Joseph, Bolanos, Zemanski, Agudelo, Moreno.
FC Dallas -- Hartman, Pertuz (Hernandez, 46), Hedges, Loyd (Benitez, 46), Jackson, Rodriguez, Ferreira, de Guzman, Jacobson, Castillo, Perez.
Referee: Matthew Foerster.



Oct. 28 in Carson, Calif.
Los Angeles 1 Seattle 0
. Goals: Magee (Keane) 83.
Los Angeles -- Saunders, O.Gonzalez, Meyer, Dunivant, Franklin (Gaul, 46), Beckham (Sarvas, 62), Donovan, Wilhelmsson, Juninho, Buddle (Magee, 75), Keane.
Seattle -- Gspurning, Burch, Parke (Scott, 51), Johansson, Hurtado, Rosales (Zakuani, 82), Alonso, Tiffert, Evans, Johnson (Ochoa, 44), Montero.
Referee: Kevin Stott.
Att.: 27,000.



Oct. 27 in Chester, Pa.
Philadelphia 0 New York 3. Goals: Cooper (pen.) 13, Henry 35, Cooper (McCarty) 66.
New York -- Robles, Lade, Holgersson, Marquez, Pearce, McCarty (Miller 89), Cahill, Tainio, Lindpere (Solli 64), Cooper (Le Toux 74), Henry.
Philadelphia -- MacMath, Gaddis, Okugo, Valdes, Lahoud (Hoppenot 46), Albright (Torres 63), Carroll, M.Farfan, Daniel (Pfeffer 86), Cruz, McInerney.
Referee: Chris Penso.
Att.: 18,533.



Oct. 27 in Montreal
Montreal 0 New England 1

Goal: Soares (Tierney) 88.
New England --
Shuttleworth, Alston, Soares, Barnes, Guy, Tierney, Simms, Feilhaber, Cardenas (Rowe 68), Fagundez (Gavin 64), Bengtson (Imbongo 81).
Montreal --
Perkins, Brovsky, Ferrari (Mapp 71), Nesta, Camara, Arnaud, Mallace, Bernier, Warner (Ubiparipovic 87), Wenger (Sebrango 79), Di Vaio.
Referee:
Jorge Gonzalez.
Att.:
19,998.



Oct. 27 in Bridgeview, Ill.
Chicago 1 D.C. United 1
. Goals: Nyarko (MacDonald) 16; Pajoy (Boskovic) 50.
Chicago -- Johnson, Friedrich, Anibaba, Berry, Segares, Fernandez (Oduro, 68), Pardo, Pause (Alex, 68), Rolfe (Franco, 82), Nyarko, MacDonald.
D.C. United -- Hamid, Jakovic, Korb, McDonald, DeLeon, Saragosa, Najar, Kitchen, Boskovic (Maicon Santos, 80), Pontius (Russell, 86), Pajoy.
Referee: Jair Marrufo.
Att.:
20,017.



Oct. 27 in Portland, Ore.
Portland 1 San Jose 1
. Goals: Dike 67; Wondolowski (pen.) 24.
Portland -- Ricketts, Jean-Baptiste, Kimura (Richards, 86), Smith, Horst, Zizzo, Chara, Nagbe, Alexander (Alhassan, 75), Dike (Fucito, 80), Mwanga.
San Jose -- Busch, Hernandez, Bernardez (Opara, 73), Beitashour, Morrow, Baca, Cronin, Chavez (Garza, 79), Salinas, Lenhart (Stephenson, 66), Wondolowski.
Referee: Mark Geiger.
Att.: 20,438.



Oct. 27 in Commerce City, Colo.
Colorado 2 Houston 0. Goals: Hill (Castrillon) 9, Akpan 76.
Colorado -- Ceus; Freeman, Wynne, Moor, Klute; Rivero, Thomas, Larentowicz (Armstrong 86), Castrillon, Hill (Cascio 65), Cummings (Akpan 71).
Houston -- Deric; Sarkodie, Sturgis, Hainault, Creavalle; Watson, Luiz Camargo, Barnes (R.Clark 79), Dixon (Davis 62), Weaver, Kandji (Carr 71)
Att.: 15,453.



Oct. 27 in Sandy, Utah
Real Salt Lake 0 Vancouver 0

Vancouver -- Knighton, O'Brien, Lee, DeMerit, Harvey, Rochat, Thorrington, Richards (Miller, 78), Koffie, Watson, Mattocks (Robson, 71).
Real Salt Lake --
Reynish, Watson-Siriboe, Wingert, Beltran, Steele, Grabavoy (Velasquez, 63), Beckerman, Mansally (Johnson, 78), Gil (Viana, 71), Espindola, Saborio.
Referee: Baldomero Toledo.
Att.:
20,507.



Oct. 24 in Kansas City, Kan.
Sporting KC 2 Philadelphia 1. Goals: Peterson (Kamara, Sapong) 40, Sapong (Kamara) 82; Hoppenot 53.
Sporting KC -- Nielsen, Myers, Sinovic, Besler, Collin, Joseph (Rosell, 66), Nagamura (Peterson, 33),  Zusi, Julio Cesar (Olum, 86), Kamara, Sapong.
Philadelphia -- MacMath, Okugo, Gaddis, Valdes, Lahoud (Hoffman, 84), Daniel, Gomez (Hoppenot, 46), Carroll, Cruz (McLaughlin, 73), M.Farfan, McInerney.
Referee: Ismail Elfath.
Att.: 19,428.




FINAL STANDINGS:
EASTERN CONFERENCE
PTS TEAM W-L-T- +/-
63 Sporting KC 18-7-9 42/27
58 D.C. United 17-10-7 53/43
57 New York 16-9-9 57/46
57 Chicago 17-11-6 46/41
53 Houston 14-9-11 48/41
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52 Columbus 15-12-7 44/44
42 Montreal 12-16-6 45/51
36 Philadelphia 10-18-6 37/45
35 New England 9-17-8 39/44
23 Toronto FC 5-21-8 36/62

WESTERN CONFERENCE
PTS TEAM W-L-T- +/-
66 San Jose 19-6-9 72/43
57 Real Salt Lake 17-11-6 46/35
56 Seattle 15-8-11 51/33
54 Los Angeles 16-12-6 59/47
43 Vancouver 11-13-10 35/41
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39 FC Dallas 9-13-12 42/47
37 Colorado 11-19-4 44/50
34 Portland 8-16-10 34/56
30 Chivas USA 7-18-9 24/58



1 comment
  1. Kenneth Barr
    commented on: October 29, 2012 at 8:52 a.m.
    A most fortunate clean sheet for Red Bull. Philly both profligate with their chances and guilty of poor decisions in final third. One in particular in second half, two on left uncovers, ball goes to right which is covered. Thierry Henry's yellow for dissent was necessary after ref failed to call elbos to face of Cahill. Henry did what captain must in that situation. Ref must remember responsibility for player safety. Red Bull should appeal that card.


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