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Sporting KC wins clash of conference leaders
July 20th, 2013 7:47PM

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[MLS REWIND: Week 21] Sporting Kansas City won the battle of conference leaders when Ike Opara, a replacement for Matt Besler, who is away on Gold Cup duty, scored seven minutes into stoppage time to give it a 2-1 win at Real Salt that moved it to within one point of Real Salt Lake for the lead in the Supporters' Shield race.

Goals: 19/10 GP (avg.: 1.90)
Video: Weekend Timeline

-- Missing Robbie Keane, who is injured, and Landon Donovan, who is also away at the Gold Cup, the LA Galaxy got goals from homegrown youngsters Jose Villarreal and Gyasi Zardes to beat Vancouver, 2-1, and climb three spots into third place in the Western Conference. Camilo had scored his MLS-high 13th goal of the season to give the 'Caps the early lead.

-- The Colorado Rapids extended their unbeaten streak to five games when they held the Seattle Sounders to a 1-1 tie before almost 40,000 fans at CenturyLink Field. Drew Moor put Colorado ahead in the 60th minute after Andrew Weber, playing in place of injured Michael Gspurning, failed to get hold of a Nick LaBrocca's corner kick, but rookie all-star DeAndre Yedlin equalized four minutes later with his first MLS goal.

-- Jose Goncalves and Diego Fagundez scored in stoppage time to give New England a 2-0 win at Columbus that dropped the Crew into eighth place in the Eastern Conference. It was the Revs' first stoppage-time game-winner since a Taylor Twellman goal gave them a 3-2 win over Dallas in 2005.

-- Montreal's 0-0 tie with FC Dallas drew 20,801 spectators, the biggest crowd ever at Stade Saputo.

MLS RESULTS, Week 21:
Saturday, July 20
Montreal 0 FC Dallas 0.
Att.: 20,801.

Saturday, July 20
Columbus 0 New England 2.
NE: Jose Goncalves (Lee Nguyen) 91+
NE: Diego Fagundez (Lee Nguyen) 94+
Att.: 19,323.

Saturday, July 20
Philadelphia 0 Portland 0
.
Att.: 18,740.

Saturday, July 20

Chicago 4 D.C. United 1.
CHI: Chris Rolfe (Joel Lindpere) 2
CHI: Joel Lindpere (Jeff Larentowicz) 11
CHI: Chris Rolfe (Joel Lindpere) 45+1
CHI: Mike Magee 56
DC: Luis Silva (Perry Kitchen) 58
Att.: 17,190.

Saturday, July 20

Real Salt Lake 1 Sporting KC 2.
RSL: Robbie Findley 56
KC:  Soony Saad (Claudio Bieler) 67
KC: Ike Opara (Graham Zusi) 90+7
Red Card: Real Salt Lake -- Chris Wingert 66.
Att.: 19,832.

Opara Goal:


Saad Goal:


Saturday, July 20

LA Galaxy 2 Vancouver 1.
VAN: Camilo (Russell Teibert, Lee Young-Pyo)
LA: Jose Villarreal (Omar Gonzalez, Juninho) 29
LA: Gyasi Zardes (Todd Dunivant) 57
Att.: 20,093.


Saturday, July 20

Seattle 1 Colorado 1.
COL: Drew Moor (Nick LaBrocca) 60
SEA: DeAndre Yedlin 64
Att.: 39,196.

Saturday, July 20

Toronto FC 0 New York 0.
Att.: 19,444.

Wednesday, July 17

Colorado 2 New England 1.
NE: Juan Toja 15
COL: Nick LaBrocca (Dillon Powers) 62
COL: own goal 67
Att.: 13,833.

Wednesday, July 17
Chivas USA 1 Toronto FC 0.
CHV: Erick Torres (Tristan Bowen) 79
Att.: 7,851.
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MLS STANDINGS:
Eastern Conference:
PTS TEAM W-L-T +/-

36 Sporting KC 10-5-6 31/20
32 Montreal 9-5-5 31/29
32 New York 9-7-5 29/24
31 Philadelphia 8-6-7 32/30
29 Houston 8-6-5 22/19
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27 New England 7-7-6 25/18
24 Chicago 7-9-3 24/29
23 Columbus 6-9-5 23/25
14 Toronto FC 2-10-8 17/28
10 D.C. United 2-14-4 9/33

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

37 Real Salt Lake 11-6-4 33/20
34 Portland 8-2-10 30/18
33 LA Galaxy 10-8-3 32/25
32 Vancouver 9-6-5 34/28
32 FC Dallas 8-5-8 27/27
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31 Colorado 8-7-7 26/24
25 Seattle 7-7-4 22/21
24 San Jose 6-9-6 21/32
17 Chivas USA 4-11-5 18/35
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MLS LEADING SCORERS:
G PLAYER (TEAM)
13+1 Camilo (Vancouver)
12+1 Mike Magee (Los Angeles/Chicago)
11 Marco Di Vaio (Montreal)
10 Jack McInerney (Philadelphia)
9 Claudio Bieler (Sporting KC)
8 Dominic Oduro (Columbus)
7 Conor Casey (Philadelphia)
7 Thierry Henry (New York)
7 Robbie Keane (Los Angeles)

MLS SCHEDULE, Week 22:
Saturday, July 27
2 pm ET
Toronto FC vs. Columbus
7 pm ET
D.C. United vs. New England
Montreal vs. Sporting KC
New York vs. Real Salt Lake
Vancouver vs. Philadelphia, Univision Dep.
8 pm ET
Houston vs. Chicago, NBCSN
9 pm ET
Colorado vs. LA Galaxy
10:30 pm ET
San Jose vs. Portland

Sunday, July 28

11 pm ET
Seattle vs. Chivas USA, Univision Dep.


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