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MLS Rewind ...
April 15th, 2012 12:36AM
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[WEEK 6] Sunday's game between the Chicago Fire and Houston Dynamo at Toyota Park was delayed 70 minutes in the first half because of bad weather, then called in the 65th minute because of lightning with the score tied 1-1. Sporting Kansas City, first in the Eastern Conference, remained perfect with its sixth straight win, a 1-0 decision over Western Conference leader Real Salt Lake. The second-place teams also met as the New York Red Bulls and the San Jose Earthquakes played to a 2-2 tie. The Philadelphia Union picked up its first win with a 1-0 decision over the Columbus Crew. Toronto FC lost its fifth straight game when it fell 1-0, at home to Chivas USA. The Los Angeles Galaxy got two late goals -- including a 25-yard blast from David Beckham -- to defeat the Portland Timbers, 3-1. For all this weekend's video highlights ...

RESULTS, SUNDAY
April 15 in Bridgeview, Ill.
Chicago 1 Houston 1. Goals: Pause (Pardo) 27; Bruin (Ching) 24.
Chicago --
Johnson; Gargan, Friedrich, Anibaba, Segares; Pappa, Pardo, Pause; Grazzini, Nyarko, Oduro.
Houston -- Hall; Hainault, Cameron, Boswell, Taylor; Watson, Sturgis, Camargo (Carr 64), Ashe; Bruin, Ching.
Referee: Geoff Gamble
Att.: 10,489.



RESULTS, SATURDAY
April 14 in Carson, Calif.
Los Angeles 3 Portland 1.
Goals: Donovan (unassisted) 44, Juninho (unassisted) 83 Beckham (Donovan) 91+; Boyd (Alexander, Nagbe) 23.
Los Angeles -- Saunders, Franklin, Lopes, Meyer, Dunivant, Juninho, Beckham, Magee (Noonan, 81), Donovan, Keane, Barrett (Buddle, 67).
Portland -- Perkins, Purdy, Mosquera, Brunner, Chabala, Alhassan (Songo’o, 58), Jewsbury (Palmer, 74), Chara, Alexander, Nagbe, Boyd (Perlaza, 81).
Referee:
Jair Marrufo.
Att.:
22,143.



April 14 in Chester, Pa.

Philadelphia 1 Columbus 0. Goal: Gomez (unassisted) 38.
Philadelphia -- MacMath; Williams, Califf, Valdes, G. Farfan; Daniel, Gomez (Okugo 72), Carroll, M. Farfan; Adu (Martinez 63), Pajoy (Hoppenot 90).
Columbus -- Gruenebaum, Miranda, Marshall, Gehrig, Francis (Vukovic 74); Urso, Mirosevic, Gaven, Finlay (Anor 66); Vargas, Schoenfeld (Renteria 69).
Referee: Michael Kennedy.
Att.: 18,526.



April 14 in Foxboro, Mass.
New England 1 D.C. United 2.
Goals: Moreno (Sene, Nguyen) 6, Maicon Santos (De Rosario, DeLeon) 19, Pontius (DeLeon) 82
New England -- Reis, Tierney, Soares, McCarthy, Alston (Cardenas 86), Guy, Rowe, Simms, Nguyen (Feilhaber 55), Moreno (Runstrom 79), Sene.
D.C. United -- Willis, Woolard, Jakovic (Korb 59), McDonald, Russell, Kitchen, DeLeon, Cruz, Maicon Santos (Pontius 79), Salihi (Wolff 65), De Rosario.
Referee: Jorge Gonzalez
Att.: 10,389



April 14 in Seattle
Seattle 1 Colorado 0.
Goal: Scott (Caskey) 63.
Seattle -- Gspurning, Scott, Parke, Ianni, Gonzalez, Estrada, Alonso, Evans, Caskey (Burch 76), Montero (Levesque 89), Johnson (Ochoa 67').
Colorado -- Pickens, Kimura, Wynne, Moor, Zapata, Larentowicz, Castrillon (Hill 69), Rivero, Mullan, Cummings, Cascio (Akpan 83).
Referee: Baldomera Toledo.
Att.: 38,360.



April 14 in Toronto
Toronto FC 0 Chivas USA 1.
Goal: O.Minda (Bolanos) 31.
Chivas USA -- Kennedy, Riley, McKenzie, Pearce, Jazic, Minda, Zemanski, LaBrocca (Townsend 93+), Bolanos (Romero 66), Moreno, Smith (Gordon 84).
Toronto FC -- Kocic, Eckersley, Cann, Aceval (Henry 56), Morgan, Dunfield, Silva (Avila 71), Lambe, Johnson, Koevermans, Plata.
Referee: Mark Geiger.
Att.: 18,476.



April 14 in Harrison, N.J.
New York 2 San Jose 2.
Goals: Cooper (Henry, Miller) 5, McCarty (Cooper, Richards) 22; Baca (Stephenson, Wondolowski) 14, Wondolowski (Salinas, Beitashour) 35.
San Jose -- Busch, Beitashour, Bernardez (Jason Hernandez 46+), Morrow, Corrales (Opara 80), Salinas (Dawkins 45), Baca, Cronin, Chavez, Wondolowski, Stephenson
New York -- Meara, Solli, Holgersson, Keel, Miller (Lade 59), Richards (Palsson 92+), Marquez, McCarty, Ballouchy (Lindpere 61), Cooper, Henry.
Referee: Ricardo Salazar.
Att.: 17,114.



April 14 in Frisco, Texas
FC Dallas 2 Montreal 1.
Goals: Perez (unassisted) 77,  Shea (Castillo, Perez) 88; Corradi (unassisted) 61.
FC Dallas ‏ -- Hartman, Loyd, Pertuz (Warshaw 46), John, Ihemelu, Shea, Jacobson (Guarda 46), D.Hernandez, Rodriguez, Castillo (Hedges 90), Perez.
Montreal ‏ -- Ricketts, Wahl, Ferrari, Thomas, Valentin, Neagle (Nyassi 73), Martins, Warner, Mapp (Ubiparipovic 89), Arnaud, Corradi (Wenger 73).
Referee:
Ramon Hernandez.
Att.:
16,164.



April 14 in Kansas City, Kan.
Sporting KC 1 Real Salt Lake 0.
Goal: Collin (Zusi) 63.
Sporting KC --
Nielsen, Myers, Collin, Besler, Sinovic (Harrington 89); Espinoza, Julio Cesar (Nagamura 51), Zusi; Kamara, Sapong, Convey (Peterson 82).
Real Salt Lake --
Rimando, Beltran, Olave, Borchers, Wingert; Beckerman, Velasquez (Steele 64), Johnson, Gil (Paulo Jr. 76), Espindola, Saborio.
Referee:
Kevin Stott.
Att.:
19,422.


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OTHER RESULTS, SUNDAY
April 15 in Montclair, N.J.
New York reserves 3 Columbia Univ. 0. Goal: Barklage (Chirgadze) 1, Hertzog (Arteaga) 27, Hertzog (Chirgadze) 50.
April 15 in Chester, Pa.
Philadelphia reserves 0 Columbus reserves 4. Goals: Renteria (unassisted) 12, Renteria (Vukovic) 20, Renteria (Tchani) 38, Grossman (Renteria) 41.
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STANDINGS:
EASTERN CONFERENCE
PTS TEAM W-L-T- +/-
18 Sporting KC 6-0-0 9/1
10 New York 3-2-1 16/10
8 D.C. United 2-2-2 7/6
7 Houston 2-1-1 3/3
6 New England 2-4-0 5/8
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6 Columbus 2-3-0 4/7
5 Chicago 1-1-2 3/4
4 Philadelphia 1-3-1 3/6
4 Montreal 1-5-1 6/14
0 Toronto FC 0-5-0 2/10

WESTERN CONFERENCE
PTS TEAM W-L-T- +/-
15 Real Salt Lake 5-2-0 11/5
13 San Jose 4-1-1 10/4
10 Seattle 3-1-1 6/2
10 FC Dallas 3-2-1 8/9
9 Chivas USA 3-3-0 4/4
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9 Colorado 3-3-0 7/8
8 Vancouver 2-1-2 4/3
6 Los Angeles 2-3-0 8/9
4 Portland 1-3-1 8/11
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Note: All times ET.

WEEK 7, SCHEDULE:
April 18
D.C. United vs. Montreal, 7:30 pm
Vancouver vs. Sporting KC, 10 pm

April 21
Toronto FC vs. Chicago, 3:30 pm (NBC SN)
Columbus vs. Houston, 7:30 pm
Colorado vs. Los Angeles, 9 pm
Vancouver vs. FC Dallas, 10 pm
Portland vs. Sporting KC, 10:30 pm
Chivas USA vs. Philadelphia, 10:30 pm
San Jose vs. Real Salt Lake, 10:30 pm

April 22
D.C. United vs. New York, 6 pm (ESPN2, ESPN Deportes)

WEEK 7, SCHEDULE:
April 25
FC Dallas vs. Real Salt Lake, 8:30 pm

April 28
Montreal vs. Portland, 2 pm
New York vs. New England, 3:30 pm (NBC SN)
Philadelphia vs. San Jose, 7 pm
D.C. United vs. Houston, 7:30 pm
Columbus vs. Vancouver, 7:30 pm
Chicago vs. Seattle, 8:30 pm
Real Salt Lake vs. Toronto FC, 9 pm
Colorado vs. Chivas USA, 9 pm
Los Angeles vs. FC Dallas, 10:30 pm



1 comment
  1. Scott Ellis
    commented on: April 16, 2012 at 6:12 p.m.
    Great job guys. All the highlights, lineups, stats, and standings all in one place. Please continue with this version of the "Rewind", and keep up the good work.

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