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Real Salt Lake scored four times in 13 minutes en route to a 5-1 victory over Colorado at Rio Tinto Stadium on Friday night.
throughout every facet of the club. Everything is connected in Sandy. The financial calculus changed from the moment Rio Tinto Stadium opened in 2008. The club used the improving balance sheet and the knowledge of the people in place to build a sustainable
Sunday, 7:30p.m. ET Both teams exhibited the expected caution during a competitive and tight first leg at Rio Tinto Stadium . Real Salt Lake enjoyed the better of the fare on the night by limiting the Galaxy’s ability to play between
on home soil, though Portland managed the feat at Rio Tinto Stadium last year) with a stunning performance at Gillette ..... The home side’s inability to snatch a goal at Rio Tinto Stadium last weekend creates a fine line to walk. It is on
will enter the second leg of their Western Conference semifinal on level footing after settling for a 0-0 draw at Rio Tinto Stadium on Saturday night. RSL enjoyed the better of the play in front of the sold-out crowd in Sandy, but the home side
followed their own paths. LA Galaxy opted for a prudent approach against Real Salt Lake and settled for a 0-0 draw at Rio Tinto Stadium . Seattle played primarily on the counter and snatched a 1-1 draw at FC Dallas. And D.C. United didn’t present
Real Salt Lake outshot Los Angeles and earned an edge in the away-goals tiebreaker. Both teams had goals disallowed in the first half due to offside. The game drew 20,713, the second-largest crowd in Rio Tinto Stadium history.
principles remain largely the same. It is why both clubs embrace the looming challenges ahead of the first leg at Rio Tinto Stadium on Saturday night. The history provides grounding for both teams as they prepare for the tense affairs poised to
its place in the postseason for a seventh consecutive season with a straightforward victory over the Earthquakes at Rio Tinto Stadium . Ned Grabavoy placed the home side in front after 24 minutes. Sebastian Velasquez doubled the advantage four minutes
is coming off a 3-2 stoppage-time loss at Seattle last Friday, but returns home to an 8-1-5 record at Rio Tinto Stadium with three straight wins and a seven-match unbeaten streak. Its 13 home goals conceded trail only D.C. and