September 29, 2009

MLS roundup: week 28

The run to the playoffs continues and a couple teams, Seattle and D.C., are doing their bids no favors with losses in games they should've won. Damn you Shalrie!

Colorado will also have hoped for better than two points in two games (home against San Jose and at Kansas City). Even Chicago and Chivas USA tying at home to lesser competition (Toronto and New York, respectively), won't be pleased.

Heck, it might've been San Jose with the best week -- four points in two road games.

Columbus continues to prove why they should be considered the league favorite with a 2-0 win against the David Beckham-less Galaxy.

Results and goals at the bottom. Be absolutely sure to watch Fredy Montero's strike, the MLS goal of the year.

Sunday
D.C. United 1-2 San Jose 'Quakes (A: 14,375)

Saturday
Columbus Crew 2-0 L.A. Galaxy (A: 20,966)
N.E. Revolution 2-1 Seattle Sounders FC (A: 15,961)
K.C. Wizards 0-0 Colorado Rapids (A: 9,784)
Chicago Fire 2-2 Toronto FC (A: 16,890)
Chivas USA 1-1 N.Y. Red Bulls (A:

Wednesday
Colorado Rapids 1-1 San Jose 'Quakes (A: 6,234)

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