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Johnson leads D.C. United past Waterhouse
by Paul Kennedy, August 21st, 2014 1:42AM

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[CONCACAF CHAMPIONS LEAGUE] Eddie Johnson is currently suspended from MLS play, but that suspension doesn't carry over to the Concacaf Champions League, where his early goal held up for a 1-0 victory for D.C. United over Jamaica's Waterhouse. The Montreal Impact made it two-for-two against FAS with a 3-2 win in El Salvador thanks to two goals and an assist from Italian Marco Di Vaio.

WEEK 2, Results:
Wednesday, August 20
D.C. United 1 Waterhouse FC  0
FAS 2 Montreal Impact 3

Tuesday, August 19
Alpha United (GUY) 1 Portland Timbers 4
Club America (MEX) 6 Bayamon FC (PUR) 1
Chorrillo (PAN) 1 Cruz Azul (MEX) 0
Real Esteli (NCA) 1 Sporting KC 1
 
WEEK 2, Schedule:
Thursday, August 21
10 p.m. ET
Real Espana (HON) vs. Municipal (GUA)
Herediano (CRC) vs. Isidro Metapan (SLV)

Johnson was the only regular starter Coach Ben Olsen started against Waterhouse, and United struggled after taking the lead when Johnson scored on a pass from recent acquisition David Estrada.

Waterhouse, which beat Tauro FC of Panama, 2-1, on the road in its CCL debut, finished with a 21-6 edge in shots but could only put six shots on target, all stopped by keeper Joe Willis.

Aug. 20 in Washington, D.C.
D.C. United 1 Waterhouse 0. Goal: Johnson 5.
D.C. United -- Willis; Caskey, Opare, Shanosky, Attakora; Porter (Silva 80), Neal, Jeffrey, Martin (Kemp 70); Estrada, Johnson.
Waterhouse -- McCallum, Samuels, Taylor, Edwards Grey, Finalyson, Benjamin, Forbes (Forrest 74), Howell, Anderson (Williams 79), Campbell (Roberts 84), Earle.



Di Vaio, who had the only goal in the 1-0 win over FAS in Montreal, scored the winner from the penalty spot to break a 2-2 tie at the Estadio Cuscatlan in San Salvador. He set up Andres Romero for the other Impact goal. Jorge Moran and Marcio Teruel scored for FAS after it had fallen behind, 2-0, after seven minutes.

Aug. 20 in San Salvador
FAS 2 Montreal Impact 3. Goals: Moran 32, Teruel 51; Romero 6, Di Vaio 7, pen. 60.
FAS -- Menendez; Granados (Teruel 9), Mendoza, Garcia; Moran, Moscoso (Alfaro 67), Renderos, Figueroa, Aparicio; Aguila (Blanco 46), Mazzia.
Montreal -- Bush, Ouimette (Nakajima-Farran 71), Ferrari, Lefevre, Krol, Bernier, Felipe, Duka (Mallace 46), Piatti, Romero, Di Vaio (Tissot 76).
Red Card: Montreal -- Felipe 73.




WEEK 1, Results:
Tuesday, August 5
Alpha United (GUY) 0 Olimpia (HON) 1
Cruz Azul (MEX) 1 Alajuelense (CRC) 1
Montreal Impact 1 FAS (SLV) 0
Isidro Metapan (SLV) 2 Leon (MEX) 4
 
Wednesday, August 6
Pachuca (MEX) 4 Real Espana (HON) 1      
Real Esteli (NCA) 1 Saprissa (CRC) 1
 
Thursday, August 7
Comunicaciones (GUA) 5 Bayamon FC (PUR) 0
Tauro FC (PAN) 1 Waterhouse (JAM) 2
 
WEEK 3, Schedule:
Tuesday, August 26
8 p.m. ET
New York Red Bulls vs. FAS (SLV)
10 p.m. ET
Comunicaciones (GUA) vs. Club America (MEX)
Saprissa (CRC) vs. Real Esteli (NCA)
 
Wednesday, August 27
8 p.m. ET
Leon (MEX) vs. Herediano (CRC)
10 p.m. ET
Municipal (GUA) vs. Pachuca (MEX)
 
Thursday, August 28
8 p.m. ET
Waterhouse (JAM) vs. Tauro FC (PAN)
10 p.m. ET
Alajuelense (CRC) vs. Chorrillo (PAN)
Olimpia (HON) vs. Alpha United (GUY)


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