July 24, 2010
Chivas USA tonight AT REAL SALT LAKE When: 7 PDT Where: Rio Tinto Stadium. On the air: TV: Prime Ticket, KWHY. Radio: 690 AM. Records: Chivas 4-9-2; Real Salt Lake 9-4-3. Update: This will be Chivas' second game without defender Jonathan Bornstein, who suffered a knee injury July 18. He is expected to be sidelined for two weeks. Real Salt Lake, in second place in the Western Conference, defeated Chivas, 2-1, on May 22 in Carson.
June 16, 2012 |
Chivas USA Coach Robin Fraser said he used the recent three-week break in the Major Soccer League schedule to "focus on the minor details that we need to improve on. " Apparently scoring goals wasn't among them. Either that or Fraser's lessons didn't take because Chivas proved just as punchless Saturday as it did before the break, losing, 3-0, to Real Salt Lake before an announced crowd of 13,816 at the Home Depot Center. How bad was it? Real Salt Lake 'keeper Nick Rimando had to make just three saves — and only one of those required him to move.
November 8, 2013 |
The Galaxy's high-octane offense sputtered to a stop at the worst possible time Thursday, running out of gas just outside Salt Lake City to halt the team's chances for an unprecedented third consecutive Major League Soccer championship. Outplayed and outworked over 120 minutes by a determined Real Salt Lake, the Galaxy was ultimately outscored as well, dropping a 2-0 decision and losing the two-leg Western Conference semifinal, 2-1, on aggregate goals at a frigid Rio Tinto Stadium in Sandy, Utah.
March 7, 2014 |
The Galaxy opens its season Saturday night facing the rival that knocked them out of the playoffs last year: Real Salt Lake. But the Galaxy will field a markedly different team at the StubHub Center after bolstering its ranks with several experienced players during the off-season. The moves were to correct the team's uneven play in 2013. "If there was a weakness last year, it's that we were inconsistent," said Coach Bruce Arena, who last month signed a multiyear contract extension.
April 27, 2011 |
One momentary lapse in concentration cost Major League Soccer's Real Salt Lake everything on Wednesday night. That moment came in the dying seconds of the first half at Rio Tinto Stadium, in Sandy, Utah, where Real came into the second leg of its CONCACAF Champions League final against Monterrey of Mexico unbeaten at home in 37 games since 2009. But the streak crumbled and Real's hopes of winning the regional championship and advancing to the FIFA Club World Cup in December fell apart at the feet of veteran Chilean striker Humberto Suazo.