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Edson Buddle again scored 2 goals. PHOTO by Wendy Larsen / isiphotos.com

Edson Buddle again scored 2 goals. PHOTO by Wendy Larsen / isiphotos.com

In the sixth round of meetings in Major League Soccer the most electric match the Sounders FC tied at home with the Crew. D.C.United bad streak continues, who again succumbed at home and Curt Onalfo is coaching the only team without a point. Red Bulls strengthened at the head of the Eastern Conference, just as in the west of the Galaxy, who beat the Union nice, easy and smoothly. Toronto FC started the match with his stars on the bench, but even their entry after the break could not prevent defeat against Real Salt Lake.

D.C. United – New York Red Bulls 0-2 (0-0)

Salou Ibrahim (51), Juan Pablo Angel (60). Attn. 12,089

CHRIS PICK: 2 Red Bulls at rate 3.00

Scoring Summary:
0-1          NY — Salou Ibrahim 2 (Dane Richards 1, Juan Pablo Angel 1) 51’
0-2          NY — Juan Pablo Angel 4 (Joel Lindpere 2) 60’

Misconduct Summary:
NY — Mike Petke (caution; Tactical Foul) 34’
DC — Santino Quaranta (caution; Simulation) 39’ 

New York Red Bulls — Bouna Coundoul, Jeremy Hall, Mike Petke, Tim Ream, Roy Miller, Dane Richards (Danleigh Borman 73), Carl Robinson, Joel Lindpere, Seth Stammler, Juan Pablo Angel (Conor Chinn 89), Salou Ibrahim (Tony Tchani 72).

D.C. United — Troy Perkins, Jordan Graye, Carey Talley, Juan Manuel Pena (Luciano Emilio 66), Rodney Wallace, Andy Najar (Jaime Moreno 56), Santino Quaranta, Kurt Morsink, Clyde Simms (Stephen King 75), Christian Castillo, Adam Cristman.

 

Referee: Edvin Jurisevic
Referee’s Assistants: Daniel Belleau; Claudio Badea
4th Official: David Gantar

Attendance: 12,089

New England Revolution – FC Dallas 1-1(1-0)

Zack Schilawski (41), FCD: Atiba Harris (67). Attn. 10,057

CHRIS PICK: 1 Revolution at rate 2.10

May 01, 2010 — Gillette Stadium

Scoring Summary:
1-0          NE — Zack Schilawski 4 (Kheli Dube 3) 41′
1-1          DAL — Atiba Harris 2 (Dax McCarty 1) 67′

FC Dallas — Dario Sala, Heath Pearce (Jason Yeisley 75), George John, Ugo
Ihemelu, Jair Benitez, Atiba Harris, Brek Shea, Daniel Hernandez, Dax McCarty,
David Ferreira, Jeff Cunningham.

New England Revolution — Preston Burpo, Kevin Alston, Cory Gibbs, Darrius Barnes, Seth Sinovic (Kenny Mansally 82), Sainey Nyassi, Pat Phelan, Joseph Niouky, Marko Perovic, Zack Schilawski (Khano Smith 46), Kheli Dube.

 

Misconduct Summary: 
NE — Seth Sinovic (caution; Reckless Foul) 14 
DAL — Jair Benitez (caution; Handball) 25 
DAL — Dario Sala (caution; Dissent) 42 
DAL — George John (caution; Dissent) 42 
NE — Kheli Dube (ejection; Serious Foul Play) 56 
DAL — Dax McCarty (caution; Reckless Tackle) 62 
NE — Joseph Niouky (caution; Dissent) 65 
NE — Joseph Niouky (ejection; Serious Foul Play) 72 
NE — Sainey Nyassi (caution; Dissent) 78 
DAL — Atiba Harris (caution; Reckless Tackle) 78 
NE — Marko Perovic (caution; Unsporting Behavior) 92+ 
NE — Preston Burpo (caution; Delaying a Restart) 95+ 

Referee: Jeff Gontarek 
Referee’s Assistants: George Gansner; Adam Wienckowski 
4th Official: Andrew Chapin 
Attendance: 10,057 

Chicago Fire – Chivas USA 1-1 (0-0)

Baggio Husidic (52), Chivas: Maicon Santos (76). Attendance: 13,224

CHRIS PICK: 1 Fire at rate 2.00

May 01, 2010 — Toyota Park 

Scoring Summary: 
1-0          CHI — Baggio Husidic 2 (Patrick Nyarko 4, Marco Pappa 2) 52 
1-1          CHV — Maicon Santos 1 (Sacha Kljestan 1) 76 

Chivas USA

Chicago Fire — Andrew Dykstra, Tim Ward, C.J. Brown, Wilman Conde, Deris Umanzor, Patrick Nyarko, Peter Lowry, Marco Pappa, Baggio Husidic, Justin Mapp (Mike Banner 22) (Julio Martinez 81), Brian McBride (Stefan Dimitrov 88).

Misconduct Summary:
CHV — Dario Delgado (caution; Reckless Tackle) 68 

Referee: Jasen Anno
Referee’s Assistants: Anthony Vasoli; Cameron Blair
4th Official: Geoff Gamble
Attendance: 13,223

Houston Dynamo – Kansas City Wizards 3-0 (1-0)

Luis Landin (24), Brian Mullan (52), Samuel Appiah (87). Attn. 16,042   

CHRIS PICK: X2 Wizards at rate 1.95

 

Scoring Summary:  
1-0          HOU — Luis Landin 1 (Dominic Oduro 2) 24  
2-0          HOU — Brian Mullan 1 (Luis Landin 1) 52  
3-0          HOU — Samuel Appiah 1 (Dominic Oduro 3, Adrian Serioux 1) 87  

Kansas City Wizards — Jimmy Nielsen, Michael Harrington, Matt Besler, Pablo Escobar, Roger Espinoza (Chance Myers 54), Davy Arnaud, Jack Jewsbury, Stephane Auvray, Josh Wolff, Kei Kamara (Craig Rocastle 46), Ryan Smith (Teal Bunbury 72).

Houston Dynamo — Pat Onstad, Andrew Hainault, Bobby Boswell, Eddie Robinson (Ryan Cochrane 88), Mike Chabala, Brian Mullan, Brad Davis, Lovel Palmer, Corey Ashe (Adrian Serioux 85), Dominic Oduro, Luis Landin (Samuel Appiah 71).

Misconduct Summary:  
KC — Matt Besler (caution; Reckless Tackle) 16  
KC — Davy Arnaud (ejection; Serious Foul Play) 33  
KC — Stephane Auvray (caution; Reckless Tackle) 56  
HOU — Lovel Palmer (caution; Reckless Foul) 64  
KC — Craig Rocastle (caution; Reckless Tackle) 70  

Referee: Terry Vaughn  
Referee’s Assistants: Greg Barkey; Jason Cullum  
4th Official: Alejandro Mariscal  
Attendance: 16,042  

Real Salt Lake – Toronto FC 2-1 (2-0)

RSL: Jamison Olave (14), Andy Williams (42), TFC: Dwayne De Rosario (88-penalty kick)

CHRIS PICK: 1 Real Salt Lake at rate 1.80

Scoring Summary:
1-0          RSL — Jamison Olave 1 (Alvaro Saborio 2, Andy Williams 1) 14
2-0          RSL — Andy Williams 1 (Tony Beltran 1) 42
2-1          TOR — Dwayne De Rosario 6 (penalty kick) 88

Toronto FCStefan Frei, Raivis Hscanovics (Dwayne De Rosario 46), Nana Attakora, Adrian Cann, Maksim Usanov, Dan Gargan, Amadou Sanyang (O’Brian White 46), Joseph Nane (Julian de Guzman 46), Martin Saric, Nick LaBrocca, Chad Barrett.

 

Real Salt Lake — Nick Rimando, Robbie Russell (Chris Wingert 70), Nat Borchers, Jamison Olave, Tony Beltran, Collen Warner (Nelson Gonzalez 86), Kyle Beckerman, Andy Williams (Jean Alexandre 89), Will Johnson, Alvaro Saborio, Robbie Findley.

 

Misconduct Summary:
RSL — Alvaro Saborio (caution; Handball) 21
RSL — Collen Warner (caution; Reckless Foul) 47+
TOR — Nana Attakora (caution; Reckless Foul) 49
RSL — Jamison Olave (caution; Dissent) 50
TOR — Julian de Guzman (caution; Reckless Tackle) 61
TOR — Nick LaBrocca (caution; Reckless Tackle) 73

Referee: Kevin Stott
Referee’s Assistants: Nate Clement; Steven Taylor
4th Official: Ramon Hernandez
Attendance: 12,659

San Jose Earthquakes – Colorado Rapids 1-0 (1-0)

Chris Wondolowski (33). Attn. 8,674. 

CHRIS PICK: 1 Earthquakes at rate 2.30 

Scoring:
1-0          SJ — Chris Wondolowski 3 (Ryan Johnson 2, Ramiro Corrales 1) 33
 
Colorado Rapids — Matt Pickens, Drew Moor, Kosuke Kimura, Marvell Wynne, Danny Earls (Julien Baudet 61), Mehdi Ballouchy, Jeff Larentowicz (Claudio Lopez 77), Pablo Mastroeni, Wells Thompson, Conor Casey, Omar Cummings (Quincy Amarikwa 70).
 
San Jose Earthquakes — Joe Cannon, Chris Leitch, Ramiro Corrales (Justin Morrow 84), Jason Hernandez, Bobby Burling, Joey Gjertsen, Andre Luiz (Brad Ring 59), Brandon McDonald, Bobby Convey, Ryan Johnson (Eduardo 59), Chris Wondolowski.
 
Discipline:
SJ — Chris Leitch (caution; Reckless Foul) 87
SJ — Bobby Convey (caution; Dissent) 93+
COL — Wells Thompson (caution; Reckless Foul) 94+
 
Referee: Baldomero Toledo
Referee’s Assistants: Frank Anderson; Jeff Muschik
4th Official: Tyler Ploeger
Attendance: 8,674

Seattle Sounders FC – Columbus Crew 1-1 (1-0)

Steve Zakuani (4), Crew: Steven Lenhart (46). Attn. 36,219

CHRIS PICK: X2 Crew at rate 1.725

Scoring:         
SEA — Steve Zakuani 3 (Freddie Ljungberg 2, Fredy Montero 3) 4
CLB — Steven Lenhart 1 (Danny O’Rourke 1, Eddie Gaven 1) 46+

Discipline:
CLB — Danny O’Rourke (caution; Reckless Tackle) 28
CLB — Brian Carroll (caution; Reckless Tackle) 59
CLB — Danny O’Rourke (caution; Reckless Tackle) 85
CLB — Danny O’Rourke (ejection; Second Caution) 85
CLB — Guillermo Barros Schelotto (caution; Unsporting Behavior) 87

Lineups:

Columbus CrewWilliam Hesmer, Frankie Hejduk, Eric Brunner, Andy Iro,
Danny O’Rourke, Eddie Gaven, Brian Carroll, Adam Moffat (Jason Garey
90), Robbie Rogers, Steven Lenhart, Guillermo Barros Schelotto (Jed
Zayner 87).

Seattle SoundersKasey Keller, James Riley, Jhon Kennedy Hurtado,
Patrick Ianni, Leo Gonzalez, Brad Evans (Sanna Nyassi 66), Peter
Vagenas, Osvaldo Alonso, Freddie Ljungberg, Fredy Montero, Steve
Zakuani.

Referee: Ricardo Salazar
Referee’s Assistants: -Corey Rockwell; Darren Clark
4th Official: Paul Ward

Attendance: 36,219

Los Angeles Galaxy – Philadelphia Union 3-1 (3-0)

A.J. DeLaGarza (1), Edson Buddle 2 (27, 45). Attn: 15,453

CHRIS PICK: 1 Galaxy at rate 1.5

Scoring:
1-0          LA — A.J. DeLaGarza 1 (Edson Buddle 1, Michael Stephens 1) 1
2-0          LA — Edson Buddle 8 (unassisted) 27
3-0          LA — Edson Buddle 9 (Landon Donovan 5, Michael Stephens 2) 45
3-1          PHI — Jack McInerney 1 (Fred 1) 84

 

Philadelphia Union — Chris Seitz, Cristian Arrieta, Danny Califf, Michael Orozco, Jordan Harvey (Amobi Okugo 74), Andrew Jacobson (Kyle Nakazawa 61), Shea Salinas, Stefani Miglioranzi, Roger Torres (Jack McInerney 56), Fred, Alejandro Moreno.

 

Los Angeles GalaxyDonovan Ricketts, A.J. DeLaGarza, Omar Gonzalez, Gregg Berhalter, Todd Dunivant, Michael Stephens, Chris Birchall, Juninho (Alex Cazumba 62), Landon Donovan, Edson Buddle (Tristan Bowen 75), Alan Gordon (Clint Mathis 70).

Discipline:
PHI — Stefani Miglioranzi (ejection; Serious Foul Play) 47+
PHI — Kyle Nakazawa (caution; Reckless Tackle) 73
LA — Omar Gonzalez (caution; Reckless Tackle) 77

Referee: Yader Reyes
Referee’s Assistants: Chris Strickland; Eric Boria
4th Official: Jair Marrufo

Attendance: 15,453

 

CHRIS PICKS: this week 5 3

CHRIS PICKS: this season 25 20 = accuracy 55 %

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