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New York gets first win, Montreal suffers first defeat
March 31st, 2013 2:55AM

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[MLS REWIND: Week 5] The New York Red Bulls earned their first victory in five games, the Montreal Impact went down to defeat for the first time after four wins, and youngsters Jose Villarreal (LA Galaxy) and Dillon Powers (Colorado) scored sensational goals. The Galaxy's 2-2 tie at Toronto FC left the defending champion as the league's only unbeaten team. The game also marked the return of Landon Donovan after a four-month layoff. Four teams remained winless after the first month of the season: Portland, Seattle, Colorado and Chicago. For all the weekend action ...

Goals: 22/8 GP (avg.: 2.75)
Video:
Weekend Timeline

MLS, WEEK 5 REWIND
Saturday, March 30
Toronto FC 2 LA Galaxy 2.
LA: Mike Magee (Marcelo Sarvas) 16
TOR: Robert Earnshaw 29
TOR: Jonathan Osorio (Luis Silva) 78
LA: Jose Villarreal 92+
Att.: 18,355.
New York 2 Philadelphia 1.
NY: Dax McCarty (Jonny Steele, Juninho) 55
PHI: Conor Casey (Sheanon Williams) 63
NY: Thierry Henry (Peguy Luyindula, Heath Pearce) 81
Att.: 15,824.
New England 0 FC Dallas 1.
FCD: Blas Perez (David Ferreira) 87
Att.: 10,284.
Colorado 2 Portland 2.
COL: Dillon Powers (Chris Klute) 18
COL: Hendry Thomas 48
POR: Will Johnson (Ryan Johnson) 55
POR: Will Johnson 71 
Att.: 11,774.
Houston 2 San Jose 0.
HOU: Will Bruin (Boniek Garcia) 17
HOU: Giles Barnes (Brad Davis) 42
Att.: 17,415.
Sporting KC 2 Montreal 0.
KC: Claudio Bieler (Benny Feilhaber) 5
KC: Graham Zusi (Benny Feilhaber) 80
Att.: 18,609.
Real Salt Lake 2 Seattle 1.
RSL: Robbie Findley 8
RSL: Luis Gil (Ned Grabavoy, Sebastian Velasquez) 35
SEA: Brad Evans (Mauro Rosales, DeAndre Yedlin) 57
Att.: 10,359.
Chivas USA 2 Vancouver 1
CHV: own goal 12 
CHV: Eric Avila (Jorge Villafana) 55
VAN: Kenny Miller 64
Att.: 8,354.
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MLS, STANDINGS
Eastern Conference:
PTS TEAM W-L-T +/-

12 Montreal 4-1-0 6/4
9 Houston 3-1-0 8/4
8 Sporting KC 2-1-2 6/3
7 Columbus 2-1-1 7/4
6 Philadelphia 2-1-1 5/6
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5 New York 1-2-2 6/7
4 Toronto FC 1-2-1 5/6
4 D.C. United 1-2-1 2/4
4 New England 1-2-1 1/2
1 Chicago 0-3-1 1/9

Western Conference:
PTS TEAM W-L-T +/-

12 FC Dallas 4-1-0 8/5
10 Chivas USA 3-1-1 10/7
8 LA Galaxy 2-0-2 8/3
7 Real Salt Lake 2-2-1 5/5
7 San Jose 2-2-1 4/6
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6 Vancouver 2-2-0 5/5
3 Portland 0-1-3 7/8
2 Colorado 0-3-2 4/7
1 Seattle 0-3-1 2/5
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MLS LEADING SCORERS
G PLAYER (TEAM)
5+1 Mike Magee (Los Angeles)
4+1 Robert Earnshaw (Toronto FC)
3+1 Claudio Bieler (Sporting KC)
3 Alvaro Saborio (Real Salt Lake)

MLS, WEEK 6 SCHEDULE
Friday, April 5
8:30 pm ET
Sporting KC vs. D.C. United
Saturday, April 6
4 pm ET
Toronto FC vs. FC Dallas
5 pm ET
Columbus vs. Philadelphia, Univision Dep.
7:30 pm ET
Colorado vs. Real Salt Lake, NBCSN
10:30 pm ET
Portland vs. Houston
San Jose vs. Vancouver
Sunday, April 7
5 pm ET
Chicago vs. New York, ESPN2

MLS, WEEK 7 SCHEDULE
Saturday, April 13
2 pm ET
Montreal vs. Columbus
Philadelphia vs. Toronto FC
4 pm ET
Seattle vs. New England, Univision Dep.
Vancouver vs. Real Salt Lake
7 pm ET
D.C. United vs. New York
7:30 pm ET
FC Dallas vs. LA Galaxy, NBCSN
10:30 pm ET
Chivas USA vs. Colorado
Sunday, April 14
5 pm ET
Houston vs. Chicago, UniMas
10:30 pm ET
Portland vs. San Jose, NBCSN

MLS, WEEK 8 SCHEDULE
Wednesday, April 17
7:30 pm ET
New York vs. Sporting KC
Saturday, April 20
4 pm ET
Toronto FC vs. Houston
6 pm ET
Colorado vs. Seattle
7 pm ET
New York vs. New England
8:30 pm ET
FC Dallas vs. Vancouver
Chicago vs. Columbus
9 pm ET
Real Salt Lake vs. Chivas USA
10:30 pm ET
LA Galaxy vs. Sporting KC, NBCSN
Sunday, April 21
5 pm ET
D.C. United vs. Philadelphia, ESPN2
11 pm ET
San Jose vs. Portland, UniMas

MLS, WEEK 9 SCHEDULE
Saturday, April 27
2 pm ET
Toronto FC vs. New York
4 pm ET
Montreal vs. Chicago, NBCSN
6 pm ET
Vancouver vs. FC Dallas, Univision Dep.
7:30 pm ET
Columbus vs. D.C. United
New England vs. Philadelphia
8:30 pm ET
Sporting KC vs. Portland
9 pm ET
Real Salt Lake vs. LA Galaxy
10:30 pm ET
Chivas USA vs. San Jose
Sunday, April 28, 2013
5 pm ET
Houston vs. Colorado, UniMas



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