October 10, 2004 |
The San Jose Earthquakes tied the Kansas City Wizards, 0-0, in San Jose on Saturday night, keeping the Earthquakes' Major League Soccer playoff hopes alive. San Jose is two points ahead of Dallas with one regular-season game remaining.
May 25, 2008 |
COMMERCE CITY, Colo. -- Jesse Marsch and Jorge Flores scored goals for Chivas USA, which withstood a late Colorado Rapids rally to post a 2-1 victory Saturday night at Dick's Sporting Goods Park. Chivas USA (3-4-2) has won consecutive games after enduring an 0-4-1 stretch. The Rapids (4-5-0) began the game leading the Western Conference but still are seeking their first consecutive victories this season.
August 13, 2005 |
at D.C. United, 1 p.m. PDT, ESPN 2, ESPN Deportes Site -- Robert F. Kennedy Memorial Stadium. Radio -- 830. Records -- Chivas USA 3-16-3; D.C. United 10-6-5. Record vs. D.C. United -- 0-1-0. Update -- Chivas began Major League Soccer play with a 2-0 loss to D.C. United on April 2 at the Home Depot Center on what defender Ryan Suarez called "two of the softest goals I've ever seen" -- scores from Josh Gros and Christian Gomez.
June 5, 2005 |
Ronnie O'Brien scored a goal and started the play that led to another, helping FC Dallas beat Real Salt Lake, 2-0, Saturday at Salt Lake City. Dallas (7-1-3) extended its unbeaten streak to six games and became the third straight team to shut out Salt Lake (3-6-2). Dallas used O'Brien's goal in the 22nd minute to take the lead. He got a rebound in front and tapped it in for his fifth goal of the season.
July 3, 2005 |
Arturo Alvarez had a goal and an assist to help host FC Dallas tie the San Jose Earthquakes, 2-2, in a Major League Soccer game Saturday, its last at the Cotton Bowl. Alvarez's assist on Chris Gbandi's goal in the 57th minute resulted in a 2-1 lead for FC Dallas (10-2-4), which remained atop the Western Conference standings with 35 points. San Jose (6-3-7) is 11 points back in second. Ricardo Clark tied the score two minutes later on a shot to the right corner.
November 2, 2007 |
WASHINGTON -- The Chicago Fire scored two first-half goals and survived a D.C. United comeback in a 2-2 tie that sent Chicago to the Eastern Conference final. The result gave the Fire a 3-2 aggregate win in the two-game, first-round Major League Soccer series, following its 1-0 win at home last week. The Fire will visit the winner of the first-round series between the New England Revolution and the New York Red Bulls in next week's conference final.