Crew manage road draw against Sounders with 10 men
KANSAS CITY, Kan. (AP) Playing a man down for more than 75 minutes after midfielder Pedro Santos was shown a first-half red card, the Columbus Crew managed to earn a point with a 0-0 draw against the Seattle Sounders on Saturday.
Santos was ejected in the 15th minute following a video review that confirmed his high kick struck Alex Roldan in the face.
Without top playmaker Nicolas Lodeiro, who sat with a foot injury, the Sounders couldn’t capitalize on their advantage. They’ve scored five goals in seven matches, the lowest rate in MLS.
The Sounders (1-4-2) remained at the bottom of the Western Conference standings. Columbus (4-3-3) is fifth in the East.
RED BULLS 4, NEW YORK CITY FC 0
HARRISON, N.J. (AP) – Alejandro Romero ”Kaku” Gamarra had a goal and two assists to help the Red Bulls dominate crosstown rival New York City FC in the NY Derby.
The Red Bulls (5-3-0) opened the scoring in the second minute when an outstretched Sean Johnson deflected Bradley Wright-Phillips’ shot into Kaku’s path for a putback.
Two minutes later, Kaku sent a through ball to Florian Valot, who punched it through with a deflection off defender Alexander Callens.
Wright-Phillips headed home Kaku’s cross in the 35th minute to make it 3-0.
NYCFC (6-2-2) lost its second in three games.
DYNAMO 3, GALAXY 2
HOUSTON (AP) – Memo Rodriguez scored the go-ahead goal in the 90th minute, and Houston beat Los Angeles.
The Galaxy tied it at 2-all in the 85th minute. Zlatan Ibrahimovic fed Giovani dos Santos into open space up the left channel, and Ola Kamara finished dos Santos’ wide cross.
Rodriguez put Houston (3-3-2) back in front five minutes later, heading home the rebound of Quioto’s shot, which crashed off the crossbar.
The Galaxy fell to 3-5-1.
FC DALLAS 1, LOS ANGELES FC 1
Urruti tied it for FC Dallas (3-1-4) in the 55th minute when he took Santiago Mosquera’s pass near the top of the penalty arc, turned away from a defender with two touches and fired a low, hard shot into the right corner.
Steven Beitashour opened the scoring for LAFC (5-2-1) in the ninth minute.
LAFC had its three-game winning streak snapped.
MINNESOTA UNITED 1, WHITECAPS 0
MINNEAPOLIS (AP) – Miguel Ibarra scored in the 60th minute, and 10-man Minnesota held on to beat Vancouver.
Minnesota’s Mason Toye elbowed Whitecaps defender Kendall Waston during a corner and was sent off in the 50th minute for violent conduct.
Ibarra followed his own saved attempt to give Minnesota (4-5-0) the lead 10 minutes later. That was all the Loons needed as goalkeeper Bobby Shuttlesworth made three big saves in the final 30 minutes to preserve the clean sheet.
Vancouver (4-5-1) outshot Minnesota 19-4, including two that went off the post.
IMPACT 4, REVOLUTION 2
MONTREAL (AP) – Anthony Jackson-Hamel scored twice to help Montreal beat New England and end a four-game skid.
Ignacio Piatti had a goal and three assists and Raheem Edwards also scored for Montreal (3-6-0), which avenged a 4-0 loss at New England on April 6.
With the Impact ahead 4-0, Wilfried Zahibo scored for New England in the 78th and 86th minutes. Jackson-Hamel’s goals in the 47th and 52nd minutes put Montreal up 2-0.
The Revolution (4-3-2) gave up more than two goals for the first time this season and lost winger Juan Agudelo to an injury in the first half.
SPORTING KC 1, RAPIDS 0
Salloi scored for Sporting KC (6-2-2) in the 16th minute. Ike Opara created the danger with a header across the face of goal, which Khiry Shelton headed into the post. Salloi calmly put the rebound back past a helpless Tim Howard into the top of the net.
Colorado dropped to 2-4-2.
TIMBERS 1, EARTHQUAKES 0
SAN JOSE, Calif. (AP) – Diego Valeri had a late goal to give Portland its third straight win and first road victory of the season.
Valeri scored his fourth goal of the season on a free kick for Portland (3-3-2) in the 88th minute. He took it from straight on and finished around the wall and in the right corner. Samuel Armenteros drew the foul against San Jose’s Anibal Godoy.
The Earthquakes (1-5-2) inducted former player and current color commentator Chris Dangerfield into the club’s Hall of Fame during a halftime ceremony.