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American Soccer Scoreboard: Wednesday
September 29th, 2010 10:47PM
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Freddie Ljungberg scored his first goal since joining the Chicago Fire and added two assists to lead it to a 3-0 win at the San Jose Earthquakes and keep its slim MLS playoff hopes alive. The Colorado Rapids got two goals from Omar Cummings to defeat Philadelphia Union, 4-1, for their fifth straight win at Dick's Sporting Goods Park. Americans Maurice Edu, who started for Rangers, and Jermaine Jones, a second-half sub for Schalke 04, enjoyed winning efforts in the UEFA Champions League. For the midweek results ...

Wednesday Results:
Major League Soccer
Colorado Rapids 4 Philadelphia Union 0. Att.: 10,165.
COL -- Omar Cummings 11 (Macoumba Kandji 2, Wells Thompson 1) 8
COL -- Omar Cummings 12 (Jamie Smith 6) 15
COL -- Wells Thompson 2 (unassisted) 68
COL -- Quincy Amarikwa 1 (Macoumba Kandji 3) 86
PHI -- Jack McInerney 3 (unassisted) 90

San Jose Earthquakes 0 Chicago Fire 3.
CHI -- Steven Kinney 1 (Freddie Ljungberg 3) 39
CHI -- Freddie Ljungberg 1 (Patrick Nyarko 8) 72
CHI -- Patrick Nyarko 1 (Freddie Ljungberg 4) 90+2

Standings:
Eastern Conference:

P TEAM W-L-T (+/-)
45 Columbus 13-7-6 (+6)
44 New York 13-8-5 (+7)
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33 Kansas City 9-10-6 (-1)
31 Toronto 8-11-7 (-5)
29 Chicago 7-10-8 (-1)
27 Philadelphia 7-13-6 (-12)
26 New England 7-14-5 (-17)
18 D.C. United 5-18-3 (-24)
Western Conference
P TEAM W-L-T (+/-)
50 Los Angeles 15-6-5 (+17)
48 Real Salt Lake 13-4-9 (+22)
46 FC Dallas 11-2-13 (+14)
41 Colorado 11-7-8 (+11)
39 San Jose 11-8-6 (0)
39 Seattle 11-9-6 (+2)
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26 Houston 7-14-5 (-10)
25 Chivas USA 7-14-4 (-9)

Leading Scorers:
14 Edson Buddle (Los Angeles)
13 Juan Pablo Angel (New York)
12+2 Omar Cummings (Colorado)
12 Chris Wondolowski (San Jose)
12 Dwayne De Rosario (Toronto FC)
12 Sebastien Le Toux (Philadelphia)
11 Conor Casey (Colorado)
10 Kei Kamara (Kansas City)
10 Fredy Montero (Seattle)
10 Jeff Cunningham (FC Dallas)
9 Alvaro Saborio (Real Salt Lake)
9 Justin Braun (Chivas USA)

Concacaf Champions League
Puerto Rico Islanders 3 Toluca 2.
TOL -- Hector Mancilla 10
TOL -- Hector Mancilla 23
PRI -- David Foley 53
PRI -- David Horst 69
PRI -- David Horst 90

Seattle Sounders 2 Marathon 0
SEA -- Michael Fucito 20
SEA -- Michael Fucito 68

Municipal 2 Columbus Crew 1
MUN -- Guillermo Ramirez 18
MUN -- Guillermo Ramirez 38
CLB -- Andy Iro 43

Santos 5 Joe Public 1
SAN -- Jose Reyes 3
SAN -- Francisco Torres 13
JP -- Kerry Baptiste 32
SAN -- Carlos Darwin Quintero 60
SAN -- Jose Cardenas 67
SAN -- Rafael Figueroa 78

Standings:
Group A
P TEAM W-T-L
10 Cruz Azul 3-1-1
10 Real Salt Lake 3-1-1
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5 FC Toronto 1-2-2
3 Arabe Unido 1-0-4
Group B
P TEAM W-T-L
10 Santos 3-1-1
9 Columbus Crew 3-0-2
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8 Municipal 2-2-1
1 Joe Public 0-1-4
Group C
P TEAM W-T-L
13 Monterrey 4-1-0
7 Saprissa 2-1-2
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6 Marathon 2-0-3
3 Seattle Sounders 1-0-4
Group D
P TEAM W-T-L
8 Puerto Rico Islanders 2-2-1
7 Toluca 2-1-2
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7 Olimpia 2-1-1
2 FAS 0-2-2

Leading Scorers:
10 Javier Orozco (Cruz Azul)
6 Alvaro Saborio (Real Salt Lake)
6 Emanuel Villa (Cruz Azul)
5 Jose Cardenas (Santos)
4 Guillermo Ramirez (Municipal)
4 Jesus De Nigris (Monterrey)
4 Juan Cuevas (Toluca)
4 David Foley (Puerto Rico Islanders)
4 Nicolas Addlery (Puerto Rico Islanders)
4 Nicolas Cardozo (Marathon)

Americans Abroad
UEFA Champions League

Rangers 1 Bursaspor 0
Maurice Edu-Rangers (90 minutes)

Schalke 04 2 Benfica 0
Jermaine Jones-Schalke 04 (sub: 25 minutes)

Thursday Schedule:
Concacaf Champions League
FAS vs. Olimpia

Friday Schedule:
D-2 Pro League
Carolina RailHawks vs. Austin Aztex
Tampa Bay Rowdies vs. Crystal Palace Baltimore

Standings:
NASL Conference
P TEAM W-L-T
44 Carolina 12-9-8
44 Vancouver 10-5-14
40 Montreal 11-11-7
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32 Miami FC 7-11-11
29 AC St. Louis 7-14-8
24 CP Baltimore 6-17-6
USL Conference
P TEAM W-L-T
53 Austin 15-5-8
51 Rochester 15-8-6
48 Portland 13-7-9
40 NSC Minnesota 11-12-7
36 Puerto Rico 9-11-9
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29 Tampa Bay 6-12-11

Leading Scorers:
15 Ryan Pore (Portland)
14 Eddie Johnson (Austin)
10 Aaron King (Tampa Bay)
9 Abe Thompson (FC Miami)
9 Bright Dike (FC Miami)
9 Maxwell Griffin (Austin)
9 Ali Gerba (Montreal)
9 Mike Ambersley (AC St. Louis)

Saturday Schedule:
Major League Soccer
Seattle Sounders vs. Toronto FC
Philadelphia Union vs. Houston Dynamo
New York Red Bulls vs. Kansas City Wizards
New England Revolution vs. Real Salt Lake
Columbus  Crew vs. San Jose  Earthquakes
FC Dallas vs. Chicago Fire
Colorado Rapids vs. D.C. United

D-2 Pro League
Vancouver Whitecaps vs. Portland Timbers
AC St. Louis  vs. Rochester Rhinos
Miami FC Blues vs. Puerto Rico Islanders

Sunday Schedule:
Major League Soccer
Chivas USA vs. Los Angeles Galaxy

D-2 Pro League
Montreal Impact vs. Austin Aztex



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