Saturday's MLS Capsules
Originally published May 20, 2012 at midnight, updated May 20, 2012 at 12:46 a.m.
MONTREAL (AP) — Dane Richards scored in the 67th minute with New York playing a man short, and the Red Bulls beat the Montreal Impact 2-1 on Saturday night to extend their winning streak to five games.
Richards pounced on a rebound in close and put the ball under the crossbar.
Kenny Cooper scored his 10th goal to draw the Red Bulls (8-3-1) even as both teams converted penalty kicks in the first half. The striker drove a shot into the top right corner in the 37th minute.
Cooper moved past injured teammate Thierry Henry for the team lead in goals.
Bernardo Corradi scored his team-leading fourth goal 22 minutes in for Montreal (3-6-3).
CHIVAS USA 1, GALAXY 0
CARSON, Calif. (AP) — Jose Erik Correa scored on a penalty kick in the 72nd minute and Chivas USA beat Los Angeles in the SuperClasico.
The victory, in front of a sellout crowd of 18,800 at the Home Depot Center, was Chivas' first at home this season and first against their cross-hall rivals since 2007.
Referee Mark Geiger awarded a penalty when Correa fired a shot into the outstretched arm of David Junior Lopes, leading to a red card for the Brazilian. Correa buried the penalty for his second goal in two games.
Chivas improved to 4-6-1, and Los Angeles dropped to 3-6-2.
D.C. UNITED 3, TORONTO FC 1
WASHINGTON (AP) — Dwayne De Rosario scored two first-half goals, and D.C. United handed Toronto FC its MLS-record ninth loss to open the season.
Hamdi Salihi added a second-half goal for United (7-4-3). The Washington club is unbeaten in its last seven home matches, including victories in the last four.
Danny Koevermans scored for Toronto, a loss away from tying the league record for the longest losing streak at any point in a season. Real Salt Lake lost 10 in a row in 2005.
SOUNDERS 2, WHITECAPS 2, TIE
VANCOUVER, British Columbia (AP) — Fredy Montero scored in the 90th minute to give Seattle the tie with Vancouver.
Eddie Johnson also scored for Seattle (7-2-2). Alain Rochat and Camilo scored for Vancouver (5-3-3) in front of a sellout crowd of 21,000 at B.C. Place Stadium.
Montero took Johnson's header on the run, lifted the ball around Vancouver captain Jay DeMerit, put it on the ground and fired home a shot from the top of the 18-yard box.
RAPIDS 2, SPORTING KANSAS CITY 2, TIE
COMMERCE CITY, Colo. (AP) — Tyrone Marshall and Kosuke Kimura scored in the second half to help Colorado salvage a tie with Sporting Kansas City.
Teal Bunbury scored twice for Kansas City (7-3-1) for his third career two-goal game.
Colorado is 5-6-1 overall and 1-2-1 in its last four games. Sporting, winless in Colorado since 2004, is 0-3-1 in its last four games.
DYNAMO 2, REVOLUTION 2, TIE
FOXBOROUGH, Mass. (AP) — Saer Sene scored twice for New England, and Houston's Luiz Camargo tied it with 3 minutes left in regulation.
Sene, a 25-year old Frenchman in his first MLS season, opened the scoring with a penalty kick in the 26th minute and made it 2-1 in the 57th minute with his sixth goal of the season.
New England is 4-6-1 overall and 2-1-1 in its last four.
Will Bruin also scored for Houston (3-3-4).
FC DALLAS 1, UNION 1, TIE
FRISCO, Texas (AP) — Gabriel Gomez scored in the 56th minute to help Philadelphia tie Dallas.
Blas Perez scored for Dallas in the seventh minute.
Philadelphia (2-6-2) stopped a three-game losing, and Dallas (3-6-4) extended its winless streak to seven games — the club's longest streak since a 10-game run in 2005.
CREW 1, EARTHQUAKES 1, TIE
SANTA CLARA, Calif. (AP) — Alan Gordon scored in the 90th minute to give San Jose a tie with Columbus.
Gordon scored for the third time this season, connecting six days after he scored San Jose's only goal in a 1-1 tie with Chivas USA. He came off the bench in the second half to score both goals.
Columbus' Justin Meram, making his first MLS start, scored during stoppage time in the first half.
San Jose is 7-2-3, and Columbus 3-4-3.
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