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MLS Game Summaries (Sept. 27-28)
September 29th, 2003 11:49PM
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Sept. 27 in Carson, Calif.
Los Angeles 1 Kansas City 2. Goals: Moreno (Serna) 5; Klein 40, Klein (Preki) 81.
Los Angeles - Hartman, Suarez (Lewis, 58), Lalas, Marshall, Jones, Cienfuegos (Gonzalez, 86), Elliott, Vagenas, Albright, Serna (Torres, 77), Moreno.
Kansas City - Meola, Conrad, Gutierrez, Garcia, Klein, Talley (Gomez, 74), Zavagnin, Zotinca (Graham, 89), Armstrong, Arnaud, Preki (Harris, 83).
Yellow Cards: Los Angeles - Alexi Lalas 31; Kansas City - Talley 4, Gutierrez 67, Zotinca 79.
Referee: Alex Prus.
Att.: 23,637.

Sept. 27 in San Jose
San Jose 5 Dallas 2. Goals: De Rosario (Dunivant) 1, De Rosario (Donovan) 11, Donovan (Mulrooney, De Rosario) 24, Donovan (Mullan, Ekelund) 35, De Rosario (Roner) 48; Hendrickson (Davis) 8, Curtis (Nhleko, Dunseth) 14.
San Jose - Onstad, Roner, Agoos, Waibel, Dunivant, Mullan, Ekelund, Mulrooney, Corrales (Lagos, 66), De Rosario (Walker, 79), Donovan (Alvarez, 86). Dallas - Cassar, Hendrickson, Dunseth, Thomas, Behncke, Davis (Vaca, 67), Pareja (Glinton, 76), Stone, Johnson, Nhleko (Rhine, 82), Curtis.
Yellow Cards: Dalllas - Behncke 62, Rhine 90.
Referee: Abiodun Okulaja.
Att.: 12,219.

Sept. 28 in Washington D.C.
DC United 1 MetroStars 1 (OT). Goals: Etcheverry pen.64; Magee (Lisi) 95+.
DC United -- Warren, Ivanov, Nelsen, Petke, Prideaux, Olsen (Quintanilla, 6), Etcheverry (Namoff, 84), Kovalenko, Convey, Cerritos (Martins, 78), Stewart.
MetroStars -- Walker, Addo (Magee, 80), Leitch, Pope, Jolley, Clark (Lisi, 85), Bartolomeu, Gaven, Williams, Mathis, Wolyniec (Juskowiak, 70).
Yellow Cards: DC United --Petke 10, Prideaux 32, Nelsen 39, Kovalenko 48, Ivanov 89; MetroStars -- Pope 5, Williams 29, Jolley 39, Mathis 41, Clark 49, Mathis 87, Walker 99.
Red Card: MetroStars -- Mathis 87.
Referee: Michael Kennedy.
Att.: 13,521.

Sept. 28 in Foxboro, Mass.
New England 3 Columbus 2 (OT). Goals: Martino (Buddle, Paule) 41, Denton 72; Moore 78, Joseph (Moore) 81, Franchino 97. New England -- Brown, Heaps, Kante (Brown, 56), Llamosa (Cullen, 82), Franchino, Ralston, Cancela, Joseph, Noonan (Moore, 74), Twellman, Moore.
Columbus -- Busch, Hejduk, Clark, Williams, Denton, Maisonneuve (Matteo, 74), Paule, West, Martino, Buddle, McBride. New England -- Llamosa 50, Joseph 65; Williams 22, Hejduk 27, McBride 30, Martino 67, Denton 80, Matteo 96.
Referee: Terry Vaughn.
Att.: 8,594.

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