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Late goals earn Vancouver and Chicago draws
September 1st, 2013 6:39PM

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[MLS REWIND: Week 27] The Vancouver Whitecaps came back from two goals down after 14 minutes to tie Chivas USA, 2-2, thanks to Tommy Heinemann's goal three minutes into stoppage time.

Erick Torres had scored twice to give visiting Chivas USA a 2-0 lead, but the 'Caps answered on goals by Gershon Koffie and Heinemann, the second on assists by rookies Erik Hurtado and Kekuta Manneh.

The tie moved Vancouver into sixth place in the Western Conference ahead of FC Dallas on wins and just two points behind fifth-place Portland.

Adam Moffat
's goal in the 90th minute earned the Houston Dynamo a 1-1 tie at Chicago on Sunday.

The Fire would have taken possession of fifth place in the Eastern Conference with a win. Instead, the Dynamo sits sixth, behind New England on goals scored, and Chicago is two points back. Both Houston and Chicago have a game in hand on the Revs and two games in hand on Philadelphia, which is in fourth place two points ahead of New England.

Goals: 19/8 GP (avg.: 2.38)
Video: Weekend Timeline

Saturday ...

Sporting KC got great goals from Benny Feilhaber and Graham Zusi to beat Colorado, 2-1, and end the Rapids' unbeaten streak at nine games.

Two days after they had to be separated, New York Red Bulls coach Mike Petke benched star Thierry Henry. The Frenchman came on in the second half, but by then the Red Bulls had scored the two goals they needed to beat D.C. United, 2-1.

The Galaxy got two goals from Robbie Keane in its 3-0 win over San Jose before a sellout crowd of 27,000 -- the Galaxy's first of the season -- in the Cali Clasico. Keane also delivered an assist on Landon Donovan's goal -- the 132nd of his MLS career.

A sellout crowd was also announced in Columbus, where the Crew fell to Seattle, 1-0, in a game delayed two hours by bad weather.

The Sounders, who played with 10 men for the last 83 minutes after Leo Gonzalez was red carded, won for the fifth time in last six games, on a header by Eddie Johnson, who celebrated by running around gesturing "show-me-the-money" with his fingers.



MLS RESULTS, Week 27:
Sunday, September 1
Vancouver 2 Chivas USA 2.
CHV: Erick Torres 3   
CHV: Erick Torres (Edgar Mejia) 14
VAN: Gershon Koffie 64
VAN: Tommy Heinemann (Erik Hurtado, Kekuta Manneh) 90+3
Att.: 18,767.

Sunday, September 1
Chicago 1 Houston 1.
CHI: own goal 37  
HOU: Adam Moffat (Corey Ashe) 90
Att.: 17,808.

Saturday, August 31

LA Galaxy 3 San Jose 0.
LA: Landon Donovan (Robbie Keane, Marcelo Sarvas) 26
LA: Robbie Keane 43
LA: Robbie Keane (Sean Franklin, Gyasi Zardes) 67
Att.: 27,000 (sellout).

Saturday, August 31
Columbus 0 Seattle 1.
SEA: Eddie Johnson (Mauro Rosales) 15
Red Card: SEA -- Leo Gonzalez 7.
Att.:  20,392 (sellout).

Johnson Goal:


Saturday, August 31
Philadelphia 0 Montreal 0.

Att.: 18,339.

Saturday, August 31

New York 2 D.C. United 1.

NY: Lloyd Sam (Tim Cahill) 8
DCU: Nick DeLeon (Dwayne De Rosario) 36
NY: Tim Cahill (Jonny Steele) 38
Att.: 17,372.

Saturday, August 31

Sporting KC 2 Colorado 1.

SKC: Benny Feilhaber (Dom Dwyer) 33
COL: Edson Buddle 77
SKC: Graham Zusi (C.J. Sapong) 88
Att.: 19,579 (sellout).

Feilhaber Goal:


Friday, August 30
Real Salt Lake 4 Portland 2.
RSL: Luis Gil (Joao Plata, Kyle Beckerman) 9
RSL: Joao Plata (Ned Grabavoy) 15
POR:  Darlington Nagbe (Michael Harrington) 31
RSL: Javier Morales (Joao Plata) 55
RSL: Alvaro Saborio (Javier Morales) 67
POR: Sal Zizzo 78
Red Card: Portland -- Ben Zemanski 45+2.
Att.: 20,252 (sellout).



Friday, August 30
Toronto FC 1 New England 1.
NE: Diego Fagundez (Kelyn Rowe) 2
TOR: Andrew Wiedeman (Doneil Henry) 45+2
Att.: 18,623.
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MLS STANDINGS:
Eastern Conference:
PTS (GP) TEAM W-L-T +/-

42 (25) Montreal 12-7-6 41/35
42 (27) New York 12-9-6 40/35
42 (27) Sporting KC 12-9-6 38/27
39 (27) Philadelphia 10-8-9 37/37
37 (26) New England 10-9-7 35/25
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37 (25) Houston 10-8-7 30/30
35 (25) Chicago 10-10-5 31/35
29 (26) Columbus 8-13-5 29/35
22 (26) Toronto FC 4-12-10 23/35
14 (26) D.C. United 3-18-5 16/43

Western Conference:
PTS (GP) TEAM W-L-T +/-
48 (28) Real Salt Lake 14-8-6 52/35
43 (26) LA Galaxy 13-9-4 43/32
40 (24) Seattle 12-8-4 32/26
39 (27) Colorado 10-8-9 34/29
39 (26) Portland 9-5-12 39/30
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37 (26) Vancouver 10-9-7 38/35
37 (26) FC Dallas 9-7-10 36/38
34 (26) San Jose 9-10-7 28/40
22 (26) Chivas USA 5-14-7 26/47
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MLS LEADING SCORERS:
G PLAYER (TEAM)
15 Marco Di Vaio (Montreal)
14 Camilo (Vancouver)
14 Mike Magee (Los Angeles/Chicago)
12+2 Robbie Keane (Los Angeles)
10+1 Alvaro Saborio (Real Salt Lake)
10 Blas Perez (FC Dallas)
10 Jack McInerney (Philadelphia)
9+1 Diego Fagundez (New England)
9 Federico Higuain (Columbus)
9 Conor Casey (Philadelphia)
9 Dominic Oduro (Columbus)
9 Claudio Bieler (Sporting KC)

MLS SCHEDULE, Week 28:
Wednesday, September 4
7:30 pm ET
Columbus vs. Houston
10 pm ET
Seattle vs. Chivas USA

Saturday, September 7
8:30 pm ET
FC Dallas vs. Vancouver
Sporting KC vs. Columbus
10 pm ET
Seattle vs. Chicago, NBCSN
10:30 pm ET
LA Galaxy vs. Colorado
11 pm ET
Portland vs. Toronto FC

Sunday, September 8
5 pm ET
Houston vs. New York, UniMas
7:30 pm ET
New England vs. Montreal
9 pm ET
Chivas USA vs. D.C. United
11 pm ET
San Jose vs. Philadelphia, ESPN2

MLS SCHEDULE, Week 29:
Wednesday, September 11
7:30 pm ET
Toronto FC vs. Chicago

Friday, September 13
10 pm ET
Seattle vs. Real Salt Lake, NBCSN

Saturday, September 14
2 pm ET
Montreal vs. Columbus
4 pm ET
D.C. United vs. LA Galaxy, UniMas
7 pm ET
New York vs. Toronto FC
7:30 pm ET
Philadelphia vs. Houston
8:30 pm ET
Chicago vs. New England
9 pm ET
Colorado vs. FC Dallas
10:30 pm ET
San Jose vs. Vancouver
Chivas USA vs. Portland


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