Major League Soccer Roundup, Aug. 7

Robbie Findley scored the equalizer in the first half to give Real Salt Lake a 1-1 draw with the Kansas City Wizards in Major League Soccer on Saturday.

Sierra Leone forward Kei Kamara opened the scoring for Wizards in the 21st minute after heading in a Ryan Smith cross past Salt Lake keeper Nick Rimando from 12 meters.

Findley equalized in the 33rd, nodding home a long cross from Robbie Russell.

Kansas City is now unbeaten in four matches.

In other matches Saturday, the New England Revolution beat D.C. United 1-0, the Colorado Rapids downed the San Jose Earthquakes 1-0 and Toronto FC edged Chivas USA 2-1.

Midfielder Pat Phelan scored his first goal of the season in the 42nd minute to give New England the win and extend its unbeaten streak to seven matches.

United was playing their first match under interim coach Ben Olsen are now winless from seven matches.

Colorado conceded an own goal in the 25th minute at home to give San Jose the win.

Earthquakes goalkeeper Jon Busch deflected the ball into his own net off a shot by Omar Cummings.

Nana Attakora and Chad Barrett each scored in the first half to help Toronto extend its home unbeaten streak to 10 games.

Toronto opened the scoring in the 21st minute when Dan Gargan whipped a strong throw into the box to find fellow defender Attakora, who headed the ball past Chivas keeper Dan Kennedy.

Toronto scored again 11 minutes later when forward Maicon Santos flicked the ball past two defenders to Barrett, who netted his sixth goal of the year.

Giancarlo Maldonado scored for Chivas from a penalty in the 66th minute.