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MLS: Quarterfinals, Game 2 Summaries (Sept. 28-29)
September 30th, 2002 11:52AM
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Sept. 28 in Columbus, Ohio

Columbus 2 San Jose 1. Goals: Garcia (Cunningham, Martino) 50, McBride (Buddle) 81; Graziani (Donovan, Lagos) 58.

Columbus -- Busch, McCarty (West, 80), Clark, Dunseth, Denton, Oughton (Perez, 81), Buddle, Garcia, Martino (Maisonneuve, 66), Cunningham, McBride.

San Jose -- Cannon, Robinson, Agoos, Barrett, Conrad, Corrales, Russell (Ekelund, 77), Lagos (Barclay, 84), Donovan, Graziani, DeRosario (Ibsen, 84).

Yellow cards: Columbus -- Clark 46; San Jose -- Robinson 76.

Referee: Jair Marrufo.

Att.: 13,004.

(Columbus wins series 6-0.)

Sept. 28 in Kansas City

Kansas City 4 Los Angeles 1. Goals: Simutenkov (Garcia) 19, Quill (Vermes, Preki) 37, Preki 70, Fabbro (Quill) 73; Albright (Ruiz) 71.

Kansas City -- Meola, Talley, Vermes, Garcia, Klein (Armstrong, 81), Zavagnin, Gutierrez, Quill, Preki (McKeon, 76), Simutenkov (Fabbro, 59), Brown.

Los Angeles -- Hartman, Lalas (Mullan, 73), Hendrickson, Marshall, Califf, Vagenas (Frye, 76), Elliott, Cienfuegos (Albright, 46), Victorine, Ruiz, Jones.

Yellow cards: Kansas City -- Vermes 43, Fabbro 61; Los Angeles -- Ruiz 40.

Referee: Kevin Terry.

Att.: 9,484.

(Series tied 3-3.)

Sept. 28 in Denver

Colorado 1 Dallas 0. Goal: Carrieri (Fraser) 78.

Colorado -- Kramer, Herdsman, Fraser, Hart, Kotschau, Mastroeni, Chung, Henderson, Valderrama, Spencer, Carrieri.

Dallas -- Jordan, Broome, Bonseu, Morrow (Vaca 80; Olivares, 88), Suarez, O'Brien, Deering, Martinez, Pareja, Rhine (Johnson, 62), Kreis.

Yellow cards: Colorado -- Valderrama 19, Fraser 32; Dallas -- Broome 39, Bonseu 41.

Referee: Rich Grady.

Att.: 9,637.

(Series tied 3-3.)

Sept. 29 in Naperville, Ill.

Chicago 2 New England 1. Goals: Razov pen. 43, Razov (Gray, Bocanegra) 76; Kamler 28.

Chicago -- Thornton, Brown, Bocanegra, Curtin, Kovalenko (Perez, 92+), Gray, Nowak, Beasley, Marsch, Razov, Stoitchkov (Vaudreuil, 89).

New England -- Brown, Heaps, Llamosa, Kante, Franchino, Hernandez, Ralston, Cullen (Griffiths, 82), Kamler (Cloutier, 64), Harris, Twellman.

Yellow cards: Chicago -- D. Beasley 44, Nowak 64, Stoitchkov 84; New England -- Franchino 14, Hernandez 22, Heaps 29, Kante 52, Llamosa 58.

Red card: New England -- Llamosa 90.

Referee: Ricardo Valenzuela.

Att.: 9,434.

(Series tied 3-3.)

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