Los Angeles 1 Chivas 0
CARSON, CA — Chad Barrett scored early in the second half as the LA Galaxy beat Chivas USA 1-0 in the SuperClasico at The Home Depot Center on Sunday.
Seattle 2 San Jose 1
SEATTLE, WA — A massive crowd of 64,140 — the third largest standalone crowd in MLS history — at CenturyLink Field came to pay tribute to the Sounders’ retiring goalkeeper Kasey Keller and were treated to a dramatic come-from-behind 2-1 victory over the San Jose Earthquakes.
Dallas 2 Vancouver 0
FRISCO, TX – FC Dallas began fine-tuning for what they hope will be a long playoff run, riding goals in each half by wingers Marvin Chávez and Brek Shea to a 2-0 win over the Vancouver Whitecaps on Saturday night at Pizza Hut Park.
DC United 1 Chicago 2
WASHINGTON, DC – In one of the most dramatic finishes of the MLS season, the Chicago Fire scored two stoppage time goals to overturn a 90th minute Dwayne De Rosario penalty kick and stay alive in the playoff chase with a 2-1 win over DC United at RFK Stadium on Saturday night.
New England 0 Colunbus 3
FOXBOROUGH, MA – Andres Mendoza scored twice and Dilly Duka added his first career MLS goal to seal Columbus’ postseason berth with a 3-0 victory over New England.
Kansas City 2 New York 0
KANSAS CITY, KA – New York strikerThierry Henry was ejected for violent conduct and Teal Bunbury and C.J. Sapong each scored goals in the second half to propel Sporting Kansas City to a 2-0 victory and a secured spot in the 2011 MLS Playoffs.
Philadelphia 1 Toronto 1
CHESTER, PA – The Philadelphia Union are headed to the playoffs.
In their final home game of the 2011 regular season, the Union played Toronto FC to a 1-1 draw, in front of a record-crowd of 19,178 at PPL Park on Saturday. Regardless of that outcome, the club secured a playoff spot when the Red Bulls fell to Sporting Kansas City simultaneously.
Colorado 0 Real Salt Lake 0
COMMERCE CITY, CO – Real Salt Lake retained the Rocky Mountain Cup for the fifth straight year as they battled the Colorado Rapids to a 0-0 tie at Dick’s Sporting Goods Park on Friday night.
Portland 0 Houston 2
PORTLAND, OR – The Houston Dynamo climbed a rung up the playoff ladder with a rough and tumble 2-0 road win Friday against the Portland Timbers. In the process, they dealt a major blow to Portland, who had been nipping at Houston’s heels in the postseason race.
Vancouver 2 DC United 1
VANCOUVER, BC – The Vancouver Whitecaps scored within the first minute of each half to claim a 2-1 victory over DC United on Wednesday night in front of 17,288 at BC Place.
Chicago 1 Dallas 2
BRIDGEVIEW, IL – FC Dallas clinched their second straight postseason berth on Wednesday night, getting goals from Jackson and Daniel Cruz to beat the Chicago Fire 2-1 in front of 10,362 at Toyota Park.