[MLS NAMES & NUMBERS] Luciano Emilio
led MLS in scoring last year in his first season in the league, but he hit his first hat trick on Saturday. The Galaxy and
drew a huge crowd for a San Jose home game in which Edson Buddle
stole the show with a treble. For the weekend's MLS highlights ...
, with Landon Donovan
away on national team duty, hit a hat trick at the Oakland Coliseum, where a San Jose Earthquakes franchise record crowd of 39,872 watched
them fall 3-0 to the Galaxy. A majority of the Northern California fans supported the Galaxy. Buddle, who had scored 53 goals in his previous seven years, has eight goals this season, three short
of his previous season high. LUCIANO EMILIO
was the weekend's other hat trick hero. The D.C. United forward, who led the league in goals with last
season with 20, hit the treble in a 4-1 win over the New York Red Bulls in front of 18,622 at RFK Stadium. Emilio scored in D.C. United opener, then hit a drought before hitting the net in each of
the last straight games. It was the first MLS hat trick for the Brazilian, who joined D.C. United in 2007. 7.
Toronto FC beat Colorado on Saturday to
improve its season-long home unbeaten streak to seven games. In its fifth win of that streak Toronto downed the Rapids, 3-1, on a goal by Danny Dichio
and two strikes from Rohan
. Christian Gomez
scored the Rapids' late consolation goal. 1.
Real Salt Lake finally won its first away game of the season with a
1-0 victory over Chivas USA. It was Real Salt Lake's first win ever over Chivas USA on the road in seven tries (six losses, one tie). Robbie Findley
scored the winner after latching onto a
through pass from Kyle Beckerman
. Javier Morales
was also credited for an assist on the goal - his league-leading seventh of the season. KENNY
scored his seventh goal of the season to end FC Dallas' three-game winless streak. He hit the gamewinner in a 1-0 victory over Chicago after meeting a through pass from Andre
and slipping the ball past onrushing keeper Jon Busch
from 25 yards out. The loss was Chicago's first on the road in 2008. 370
minutes without scoring ended for the Columbus Crew when Chad Marshall
headed home its first goal of a 3-0 win at Kansas City. Alejandro Moreno
scored the other two for
the Crew, which ended its three-game losing streak. Kansas City, which sold out CommunityAmerica Ballpark (10,385) in its first home game in two months, is now winless in six games.