MLS 2011 Week 27 Recap

Los Angeles 3 Vancouver 0
CARSON, CA – Robbie Keane had a goal and assist while Mike Magee added two goals as the LA Galaxy tore apart the Vancouver Whitecaps 3-0 at the Home Depot Center on Saturday.

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Seattle 3 DC United 0
SEATTLE, WA — Mauro Rosales padded his credentials for end-of-season honors with two more assists, but it came at a cost as the Seattle Sounders dispatched visiting DC United at CenturyLink Field on Saturday night, 3-0.

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Real Salt Lake 1 Kansas City 0
SANDY, UT – Nat Borchers scored a signature header off a Kyle Beckerman free kick and Nick Rimando made five saves as Real Salt Lake won their fourth straight game with a physical 1-0 victory over visiting Sporting Kansas City on Saturday night at Rio Tinto Stadium.

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Houston 2 San Jose 1
HOUSTON, TX – Will Bruin made his MLS home return in style, scoring the winning goal in a crucial 2-1 victory for the Houston Dynamo over the San Jose Earthquakes on Saturday.

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Dallas 0 New York 1
FRISCO, TX — The New York Red Bulls picked up valuable points towards their playoff campaign Saturday evening, defeating slumping FC Dallas 1-0 at Pizza Hut Park and to take over the 10th and final playoff position.

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Philadelphia 1 Columbus 0
CHESTER, PA – With their first win in two months, the Philadelphia Union have put themselves right back near the top of the Eastern Conference.

On Saturday evening, in front of a sellout crowd of 18,906 at PPL Park, the Union used a goal from Sébastien Le Toux and a second straight shutout performance from their defense to earn a critical 1-0 victory over the visiting Columbus Crew.

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Chicago 3 Chivas 2
BRIDGEVIEW, IL – Forward Dominic Oduro scored an 85th-minute goal to give the Chicago Fire a wild 3-2 win over Chivas USA at Toyota Park on Saturday afternoon and keep their faint playoff hopes intact.

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Toronto 2 Colorado 1
TORONTO, ON – The Colorado Rapids returned to the scene of their MLS Cup 2010 triumph but they still haven’t figured out a way to beat Toronto FC at BMO Field, losing 2-1 on Saturday afternoon.

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Portland 3 New England 0
PORTLAND, OR – The Portland Timbers took an impressive step toward the playoffs Friday night with a 3-0 victory over the New England Revolution.

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Columbus 2 Houston 2
COLUMBUS, OH – Two second-half penalty kicks by Andrés Mendoza put 10-man Columbus ahead late, but Houston’s Calen Carr capped a bizarre game with a goal just minutes from time as the teams played to a 2-2 tie in Crew Stadium on Wednesday.

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