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MLS Results for May 29-30
May 30th, 2004 10:17PM
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May 29 in Foxboro, Mass.

New England 0 DC United 1. Goal: own goal 5.

New England - Reis, Heaps, Joseph, Kamler, Leonard, Ralston, Dempsey, Franchino, Cancela (Brillant, 46), Twellman (Dorman, 70), Noonan.

DC United - Perkins, Prideaux, Convey (Ara, 89), Petke, Namoff (Stokes, 46), Stewart, Carroll, Olsen, Gros, Adu (Eskandarian, 56), Cerritos.

Yellow Cards: New England - Joseph 12; DC United - Carroll 32, Gros 38.

Referee: Kevin Terry.

Att.: 19,314.

May 29 in Columbus

Columbus 1 San Jose 0. Goal: Cunningham (Denton, Lagos) 69.

Columbus - Busch, Herdsman (Akwari, 46), Fraser, Marshall, Hejduk, Maisonneuve (Lagos, 66), Martino (Wingert, 88), Paule, Denton, Ritch, Cunningham.

San Jose - Conway, Corrales, Cochrane, Hart, Agoos, Russell (Alvarez, 75), Donovan, Mulrooney, Mullan, Ching, Walker (Dombrowski, 81).

Yellow Cards: Columbus - Maisonneuve 25, Denton 61, Lagos 73, Hejduk 90; San Jose - Hart 65.

Referee: Mark Geiger.

Att.: 14,555.

May 29 in Chicago

Chicago 1 Colorado 0. Goal: Jaqua (Ralph, Williams) 66.

Chicago - Ring, Whitfield, Curtin, Gray, Jaqua, Armas, Williams, Beasley, Perez, Ralph (Pause, 89), Razov.

Colorado - Cannon, de la Torre, Borchers, Mastroeni, Crawford, Henderson, Beckerman, Powell (Sullivan, 88), Chung (Trembly, 69), Peguero (Spencer, 46), Roberts.

Yellow Cards: Chicago - Williams 54; Colorado - Powell 64, Mastroeni 64, Trembly 84.

Referee: Ricardo Valenzuela.

Att.: 9,688.

May 29 in Carson, Calif.

Los Angeles 4 Dallas 1. Goals: Victorine (Jones, Moreno) 9, own goal 65, Kirovski (Saragosa, Jones) 72, Kirovski pen. 94+; OBrien 71.

Los Angeles - Hartman, Albright, Hong, Suarez, Lewis, Jones (Gonzalez, 89), Herzog (Broome, 81), Saragosa, Victorine, Kirovski, Moreno (Ngwenya, 85).

Dallas - Garlick, Salyer (Nhleko, 74), Gibbs, Jolley, Gbandi, Talley (Pareja, 79), OBrien, Valakari, Davis (Quill, 74), Kreis, Johnson.

Yellow Card: Dallas - OBrien 34.

Referee: Michael Kennedy.

Att.: 18,460.

May 30 in East Rutherford, NJ

Metrostars 1 Kansas City 0. Goal: Wolyniec 73.

MetroStars - Walker, Ziadie, Parke, Pope, Leitch, Vaca (Regan, 89), Guevara, Lisi (Clark, 79),Galvan Rey (Taylor, 69), Wolyniec, Gaven.

Kansas City รป Meola, Garcia, Conrad, Thomas, Gutierrez, Klein, Burciaga Jr. (Gomez, 85), Zavagnin, Jewsbury (Walsh, 77), Wolff, Arnaud (Taylor, 80).

Referee: Hector Tobon.

Att.: 9,101.

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