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MLS: Quarterfinals, Second Leg (Oct. 29-30)
October 31st, 2005 2:39PM
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Oct. 29 in Dallas

FC Dallas 2 Colorado 2 (agg: 2-2; Colorado wins, 5-4, on PKs)

Goals: Ruiz (Mina, Rhine) 67, Ruiz (Gbandi, Vanney) 105; Cunningham 1 (Cooke, Nkong) 19, Kotschau (Cooke) 106.

FC Dallas -- Garlick, Rhine (Pareja, 100), Goodson, Jolley, Vanney, Gbandi, O'Brien, Valakari, Wilson (Mina, 46), Nunez, Ruiz.

Colorado -- Cannon, Cullen (Peguero, 101), Petke, Denton, Cooke, Beckerman, Mastroeni, Nkong, Ben Dayan (Kotschau 79), Cunningham, Kirovski,

Yellow cards: Dallas -- Rhine 57, Valakari 63, Gbandi 92+. Colorado -- Mastroeni 48, Denton 68, Cannon 91+, Kirovski 92.

Red cards: Colorado -- Nkong 54.

Referee: Terry Vaughn

Att.: 10,104

Oct. 29 in San Jose, Calif.

San Jose 1 Los Angeles 1. (Los Angeles wins, 4-2 on aggregate)

Goals: Ching (Mullan) 42; Grabavoy 1 (Donovan, Vagenas) 67.

San Jose -- Onstad, Gray (Goldthwaite, 74), Califf, Robinson, Barrett (Cerritos, 72), Mullan, Clark, De Rosario, Chung, Ching, Moreno.

Los Angeles -- Hartman, Albright, Ihemelu, Marshall, Dunivant, Jones (Naldo 78), Nagamura, Vagenas, Grabavoy (Gordon 72), Donovan, Gomez.

Yellow cards: San Jose -- Gray 44, Clark 89.

Referee: Alex Prus

Att.: 17,824

Oct. 29 in Foxboro, Mass.

New England 3 MetroStars 1 (New England wins, 3-2, on aggregate)

Goals: Cancela (Twellman) 68, Noonan (Cancela 1) 73, Smith (Dempsey 1) 83; Djorkaeff (Galvan Rey 1) 59.

MetroStars -- Meola, J.Hernandez, Mendes, Agoos, Gaven, Bradley, Guevara, Lisi (Razov, 85), Stammler, Djorkaeff, Galvan Rey.

New England -- Reis, Heaps, Parkhurst, Franchino (Riley, 65), Ralston, Dempsey, D.Hernandez (Cancela, 62), Joseph, Leonard (Smith, 23), Twellman, Noonan.

Yellow card: New England -- Hernandez 31.

Referee: Brian Hall

Att.: 9,581

Oct. 30 in Washington, D.C.(Chicago wins, 4-0, on agggregate.)

D.C. United 0 Chicago 4

Goals: Stewart (Thiago) 10, Guerrero 37, Guerrero (Rolfe) 50+, Marsch (Guerrero, Thiago) 67.

Chicago -- Thornton, Brown, Curtin, Segares, Stewart (Sanneh, 74), Thiago, Marsch, Pause, Guerrero, Jaqua (Herron, 79), Rolfe (Barrett, 70),

D.C. United -- Rimando, Namoff, Erpen (Boswell, 5), Prideaux, Quaranta (Adu, 46), Carroll, Gomez, Olsen, Kovalenko, Moreno, Walker (Filomeno, 46),

Yellow cards: D.C. United -- Olsen 21, Filomeno 7, Adu 80; Chicago -- Segares 52.

Red card: D.C. United -- Gomez 55.รก

Referee: Kevin Stott

Att.: 20,089.

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