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Columbus Dispatch 2 hours ago
Revolution 2, Red Bulls 1: Jermaine Jones finished a counterattack the 85th minute with a tap-in goal and gave visiting New England a victory over New York yesterday in the first leg of the MLS Eastern Conference finals.
Boston Herald 7 hours ago
HARRISON, N.J. — Calculations change in the dying stages of the first match of a two-legged series. The odds always favor grabbing a second away goal, but the human element usually leads to more conservative tendencies.Revolution midfielder Jermaine Jones saw the play developing in front of him in the waning stages of a match perched tenuously at 1-1. He could have held his ground as the New York Red Bulls pressed for a winner, but he selected a different, more adventurous path — keeping with the way his audacious side has tackled the playoffs to date.
Seattle Times 8 hours ago
Sounders FC defender Zach Scott was given a yellow card in Seattle’s 1-0 loss to the Galaxy on Sunday. He continued to play aggressively but avoided picking up a second yellow.
Sounders Insider | Tacoma News-Tribune 9 hours ago
Here’s some of what the Sounders had to say tonight after opening their two-game aggregate-score Western COnference series with a 1-0 loss at Los Angeles: HEAD COACH SIGI SCHMID On tonight’s match: “We wanted to come out and put ourselves in a position where we could do some damage at home. Obviously we would have rather preferred a tie or a win, but only losing one-nothing, we don’t feel horrible about that. We’re disappointed for sure, but we don’t feel horrible. There were bits of the game that they certainly dominated, but we were happy. I thought we had … Read more...
Sounders Insider | Tacoma News-Tribune 9 hours ago
Here’s some of what the Galaxy had to say today after opening the two-game series with a 1-0 home win over the Sounders: HEAD COACH BRUCE ARENA On the importance of the result: “Of course it was important. There were some chances to get a second. Obviously, they had some good chances. Not conceding a goal is important, so that’s a plus. We know it’s going to be a battle there. As you can see, the officiating in these games is important too. I don’t think we quite understand how to deal with this competition with the rules … Read more »
Seattle Times 9 hours ago
Sounders FC lost to the Los Angeles Galaxy 1-0 on Sunday but accomplished its goal of keeping the Western Conference championship series close. The second leg will be played at CenturyLink Field next Sunday.
Sounders FC Blog | Seattle Times 10 hours ago
LA GALAXY HEAD COACH BRUCE ARENA On the importance of the result: “Of course it was important. There were some chances to get a second. Obviously, they had some good chances. Not conceding a goal is important, so that’s a plus. We know it’s going to be a battle there. As you can see, the officiating in these games is important too. I don’t think we quite understand how to deal with this competition with the rules and cards and everything. It’s been crazy. I think it was a little bit hectic in this game. It is what it is. And now we will have two teams going into the game on Sunday...
Thanks to a spectacular 17th-minute opener from Teal Bunbury and an 85th-minute game-winner from Jermaine Jones, the Revs beat the New York Red Bulls, 2-1, in the first leg of the Eastern Conference finals at a packed-to-the-ceiling Red Bull Arena.
Tacoma News-Tribune 11 hours ago
Marcelo Sarvas scored in the 52nd minute, and the LA Galaxy opened the Western Conference championship with a 1-0 victory over the Seattle Sounders on Sunday.
Seattle Post-Intelligencer 11 hours ago
(AP) — Marcelo Sarvas scored in the 52nd minute, and the LA Galaxy opened the Western Conference championship with a 1-0 victory over the Seattle Sounders on Sunday. Jaime Penedo posted his third straight shutout for the Galaxy, who still haven't conceded a playoff goal this season.
Tacoma News-Tribune 12 hours ago
Marcelo Sarvas' second-half strike proved to be the difference on Sunday as the Los Angeles Galaxy claimed a 1-0 victory over Seattle Sounders FC at the StubHub Center in the…
Sounders FC Blog | Seattle Times 12 hours ago
CARSON, Calif. – A 52nd-minute goal from Marcelo Sarvas was the lone tally as the L.A. Galaxy beat the Sounders 1-0 in the first leg of the Western Conference finals on Sunday at the StubHub Center. Here are my first impressions: - Seattle’s game plan worked – for a half Without Osvaldo Alonso, who was neither in the lineup nor on the bench thanks to an injury picked up in the Dallas series, winning the possession battle was always going to be a stretch. So in the first half, the Sounders surrendered the ball on their own terms. Even if L.A. had 62 percent of the possession in the first...
New England Revolution Blog | ESPN Boston 13 hours ago
HARRISON, N.J. -- Teal Bunbury sure picked a good time to use his left foot. After linking up with Jermaine Jones on the right, Bunbury ran central, and with only one option at his disposal, the right-footed Bunbury uncorked a shot with his opposite foot to pave the way for a 2-1 Revolution win in Sunday’s first leg of the Eastern Conference finals. “I had a good feeling it was going in,” Bunbury said. “My left foot isn’t my strong foot, but I feel like I took it well.
Boston Herald 14 hours ago
HARRISON, N.J. — Jermaine Jones finished a counter attack the 85th minute with a tap-in and gave the New England Revolution a 2-1 victory Sunday in the first leg of the MLS Eastern Conference finals.The result gives the Revolution a significant advantage heading home for the second leg of the aggregate-goals series on Saturday at Gillette Stadium.
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