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Montreal takes conference lead, big away wins; Crew captures fire game
April 27th, 2013 8:10PM

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[MLS REWIND: Week 9] The Montreal Impact took over first place in the Eastern Conference with a 2-0 win over the Chicago Fire. The New York Red Bulls got two goals from Tim Cahill to beat Toronto FC, 2-1, and move into a tie for second place. With their 3-2 win at Sporting Kansas City, the Portland Timbers extended their current unbeaten streak to a club record six games, while the LA Galaxy won 2-0 at Real Salt Lake. The Columbus Crew handed D.C. United its fifth straight loss with a 3-0 result in a game whose start was delayed by 50 minutes because of a fire in the Crew Stadium scoreboard. For all the weekend action ...

Goals: 27/9 GP (avg.: 3.00).
Video: Weekend Timeline
 
MLS, WEEK 9 SCHEDULE

Sunday, April 28
Houston 1 Colorado 1.
COL: Drew Moor (Dillon Powers) 45+2
HOU: Giles Barnes 66
Red Cards: HOU -- Brad Davis 90+5.
Att.: 19,839.
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Saturday, April 27
Columbus 3 D.C. United 0.
CLB: Dominic Oduro (Jairo Arrieta, Eddie Gaven) 15
CLB: Josh Williams (Federico Higuain) 26
CLB: Federico Higuain 47
ATT.: 14,090.
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Saturday, April 27
New England 2 Philadelphia 0.
NE: Diego Fagundez (Kelyn Rowe, Lee Nguyen) 61
NE: Lee Nguyen 71
Att.: 18,353.
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Saturday, April 27
Sporting KC 2 Portland 3.

KC: Chance Myers (Matt Besler) 1
POR: Ryan Johnson (Diego Valeri) 24
KC: Chance Myers (Aurelien Collin, Benny Feilhaber) 29
POR: Darlington Nagbe (Ryan Johnson) 33
POR: Rodney Wallace (Diego Chara) 58
Att.: 20,186.
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Saturday, April 27
Real Salt Lake 0 LA Galaxy 2.
LA: Mike Magee (Juninho) 6
LA: Charlie Rugg (Hector Jimenez, Jack McBean) 13
Att.: 17,655.
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Saturday, April 27
Chivas USA 2 San Jose 2.
SJ: Chris Wondolowski (Shea Salinas) 40
CHV: Mario de Luna 47
CHV: Tristan Bowen (Eric Avila) 51
SJ: Cordell Cato (Shea Salinas, Nana Attakora) 76
Att.: 9,732.
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Saturday, April 27
Toronto FC 1 New York 2.
NY: Tim Cahill (Roy Miller) 39
TOR: Jonathan Osorio (Ryan Richter) 83
NY: Tim Cahill (Thierry Henry, Peguy Luyindula) 89
Att.: 20,009.
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Saturday, April 27
Montreal 2 Chicago 0.

MTL: Andres Romero (Andrea Pisanu, Wandrille Lefevre) 57
MTL: Marco Di Vaio (Daniele Paponi, Jeb Brovsky) 76
Red Card: CHI -- Jeff Larentowicz 63.
Att.: 19,773.
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Saturday, April 27

Vancouver 2 FC Dallas 2.

DAL: own goal 9
DAL: Matt Hedges 47
VAN: Kekuta Manneh (Tommy Heinemann) 72
VAN: Camilo (Kekuta Manneh) 75
Red Card: DAL -- Jackson 78.
Att.: 19,929.

Manneh Goal:


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MLS STANDINGS
Eastern Conference:
PTS TEAM W-L-T +/-

16 Montreal 5-1-1 9/5
14 New York 4-4-2 15/13
14 Houston 4-2-2 12/9
14 Sporting KC 4-3-2 10/8
12 Columbus 3-2-3 12/7
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11 Philadelphia 3-3-2 10/12
8 New England 2-3-2 4/6
7 Chicago 2-5-1 6/14
7 Toronto FC 1-3-4 10/12
4 D.C. United 1-6-1 4/13
Western Conference:
PTS TEAM W-L-T +/-

20 FC Dallas 6-1-2 15/9
14 LA Galaxy 4-1-2 12/4
13 Portland 3-1-4 14/11
11 Chivas USA 3-3-2 12/11
11 Real Salt Lake 3-4-2 7/9
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10 San Jose 2-3-4 8/11
9 Vancouver 2-3-3 11/13
9 Colorado 2-4-3 7/9
5 Seattle 1-3-2 3/5
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MLS LEADING SCORERS
G PLAYER (TEAM)
6+1 Mike Magee (Los Angeles)
6 Jack McInerney (Philadelphia)
5 Robert Earnshaw (Toronto FC)
4+1 Marco Di Vaio (Montreal)
4+1 Ryan Johnson (Portland)
4+1 Dominic Oduro (Columbus)
4+1 Chris Wondolowski (San Jose)
4 Claudio Bieler (Sporting KC)



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