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MLS: Game Summaries (March 27-28)
March 30th, 1999 12AM

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KANSAS CITY 0 CHICAGO 3 March 27 Att.: 15,509. Goals Chicago: Razov (Marsch, Podbrozny) 10, Wolff (Razov, Armas 61), Razov (Podbrozny 69). SA Report Card Kansas City: Winner 5, Vermillion 4, Lalas 3, Bowers 4, Uderitz 4 (Johnson, 53rd, 4), Wright 3 (Klein, 46th, 4), Sabanadzovic 3, Preki 4, Henderson 5, Brown 4, Johnston 4. Chicago: Thornton 6, Okaroh 6, Kubik 7, Brown 7, Gutierrez 6, Armas 6, Marsch 5, Podbrozny 5, Nowak 7, Razov 7 (Lagos, 73rd, NR), Klopas 4 (Wolff, 53rd, 7). Yellow cards Kansas City: Lalas 28; Chicago: Podbrozny 14, Nowak 29, Okaroh 81. Referee: Ricardo Valenzuela. Assistants: Chip Reed, Richard Huber. ----- SAN JOSE 3 COLORADO 2 (SO) March 27 Att.: 8,841. Goals San Jose: Lewis (Cloutier, Cerritos) 59, Clark 81; Colorado: Bravo (Paule) 18, Bravo 48. (San Jose wins shootout, 4-3.) SA Report Card San Jose: Kramer 6, Clark 6, Doyle 6, Martinez 4 (Frye, 46th, 5), Lewis 6, Baicher 6 (Farias, 76th, 5), Cloutier 7, Barrett 6, Bower 4 (Mulrooney, 46th, 5), Diaz Arce 6, Cerritos 6. Colorado: Hahnemann 6, Vermes 4, Balboa 6, Bent 5, Vaudreuil 6, McKeon 4, DiGiamarino 6, Paule 6 (Martinez, 75th, 4), Limpar 6, Dely Valdes 5 (White, 78th, 6), Bravo 7. Yellow cards San Jose: Frye 90; Colorado: Vermes 21, Limpar 85, McKeon 87. Referee: Michael Kennedy. Assistants: Jorge Reyes, Chris Strickland. ----- METROSTARS 1 COLUMBUS 0 March 28 Att.: 20,307. Goals MetroStars: Petke (Joseph) 80. SA Report Card MetroStars: Ammann 6, Petke 6, Walsh 5, Semioli 5, Corrales 5, Rooney 6 (Kelly, 62nd, 5), Sorber 5, Joseph 6, Duhaney 5, Chung 6 (Villegas, 60th, 5), Hurtado 4. Columbus: Dougherty 5, Lapper 5, Clark 5, Dooley 6, Yeagley 5 (West, 82nd, 5), Williams 5, Farrell 5 (Kmosko, 85th, NR), Elcock 5, Warzycha 5, Cunningham 4 (Maisonneuve, 56th, 5), McBride 4. Yellow cards MetroStars: Corrales 51, Villegas 87; Columbus: Lapper 21. Referee: Kevin Terry. Assistants: Richard Eddy, Francisco Sanchez. ----- MIAMI 2 NEW ENGLAND 1 (SO) March 28 Att.: 7,211 Goals Miami: Marshall (Valderrama) 86; New England: Savarese (Moore) 1. (Miami wins shootout, 4-3.) SA Report Card Miami: Hudock 5, Heaps 3, Webber 5, Cullen 5, Gori 5, Parra 5, Mastroeni 4 (Vargas, 46th, 5), Valderrama 6, Gutierrez 5, Serna 6, Martinez 4 (Marshall, 46th, 6). New England: Zenga 8, Burns 5, Goulooze 5, Calichman 6, Chronopoulos 6, Torres 5 (Dunseth, 52nd, 5), Kelderman 5 (Dos Santos, 58th, 5), McKinley 6, Jair 5 (Rocha, 70th, 5), Moore 5, Savarese 6. Yellow cards Miami: Parra 24; New England: Rocha 82. Referee: Noel Kenny. Assistants: Andrew Barnes, Robbie Mann. ----- LOS ANGELES 1 DALLAS 0 (SO) March 28 Att.: 27,034. (Los Angeles wins shootout, 3-2) SA Report Card Los Angeles: Hartman 7, Caligiuri 5 (Lozzano, 74th, NR), Vanney 6, Jolley 6, Franchino 5 (Ibsen, 64th, 5), Pena 5, Hernandez 4, Cienfuegos 6, Mathis 7, Jones 5, Welton 4. Dallas: Jordan 7, Farrer 5, Pollard 6, Dade 5, Rodriguez 6, Eck 5, Alvarez 5, Suarez 5, Pareja 6, Kreis 5, Trotman 6 (Haynes, 79th, 5). Yellow cards Los Angeles: Pena. Referee: Ali Saheli. Assistants: Scott Weyland, Reggie Rutty.


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