Donovan and Montero end droughts

[MLS GOLEADORES] Landon Donovan's two goals in the Los Angeles Galaxy's 3-0 win over the Portland Timbers ended a scoring of 11-plus league matches and 1,002 minutes.

* Fredy Montero
ended a scoring drought that covered his past 16 games and 1,290 minutes in all competitions for the Seattle Sounders when he scored to give the Sounders a 1-0 win at Colorado.

* Thierry Henry had his first two-goal game for the New York Red Bulls in their 4-0 win over D.C. United.

* The only other player to score two goals in Week 6 was Kei Kamara in a losing effort. Sporting Kansas City fell at New England, 3-2.

* Sporting KC's five games have produced a MLS-high 4.4 goals a game. Philadelphia's five games have averaged only 1.2 goals a game, the fewest in the league.

* Week 6's eight games produced an average of 2.75 goals a game. After Week 6, MLS's goals per average is 2.53. Last season ended with a 2.46 goals per game average.

MLS Leading Scorers

Player
Team
Goals
Assists
Charlie Davies D.C. United
5
0
Diego Chaves Chicago
4
0
Thierry Henry New York
3
2
Kei Kamara
Sporting KC
3
2
Teal Bunbury
Sporting KC 3
1
Camilo Vancouver
3
1
David Ferreira FC Dallas
3
1
Shalrie Joseph New England
3
1
Chris Wondolowski San Jose
3
1
Eric Hassli Vancouver
3
0
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