Beckham tees up Galaxy winner
Miguel Lopez head in a David Beckham pass to give the Major League Soccer-leading Los Angeles Galaxy a 1-0 win at the New England Revolution on Saturday.
Beckham's 69th minute pass from 40 yards out on the right flank set up Lopez for his first goal of the season. Lopez flicked a header from just inside the penalty box to the far left corner, past goalkeeper Matt Reis.
Los Angeles, which didn't allow a single New England shot on goal, extended its winning streak to four games and has not conceded a goal in 321 minutes of play.
New England has failed to score in five of their 12 games this season, disappointing a season-best crowd.
Houston Dynamo 2, Dallas 2
In Houston, Colin Clark scored in the 87th minute to salvage a point for hosts Houston against Dallas.
Afforded space in the Dallas box, Clark met a through ball by midfielder Brad Davis and fired from 8 yards past goalkeeper Kevin Hartman for the equalizer.
The Dynamo took a point despite playing the final 18 minutes down a man after defender Kofi Sarkodie was shown his second yellow card.
Dallas, which is unbeaten in eight games, opened the secoring via an Andrew Jacobson goal in the 27th minute but Houston forward Cam Weaver equalized shortly before half time.
Dallas defender Ugo Ihemelu headed in Marvin Chavez's corner in the 70th minute to make it 2-1.
Real Salt Lake 1, Seattle Sounders 2
In Sandy, Utah, Patrick Ianni and Lamar Neagle scored in the second half as Seattle ended Real Salt Lake's streak of 29 games unbeaten at home against MLS opponents.
Ianni opened the scoring in the 71st minute, tapping a cross from Nate Jaqua inside the right post with Salt Lake playing a man down after defender Jamison Olave was red carded for dragging down Mike Fucito just outside the box in the 58th minute. The goal ended Salt Lake's shutout streak at 409 minutes.
Seattle made it 2-0 in the 84th minute when Neagle blasted home from outside the box.
Salt Lake's Nelson Gonzalez scored in the 88th minute but Real could not find the equalizer to extend its impressive home streak.
Toronto 2, Philadelphia Union 6
In Toronto, Justin Mapp and Danny Mwanga scored two goals apiece as Philadelphia destroyed Toronto and notched its first road victory in more than two months.
Gabriel Farfan and Kyle Nakazawa also scored to help the Union hand Toronto its heaviest loss in franchise history.
Maicon Santos scored twice for Toronto.
Vancouver Whitecaps 1, New York Red Bulls 1
In Vancouver, undermanned New York saw its winless skid reach five games, drawing at Vancouver in front of a capacity crowd.
The Red Bulls were missing key stars, including French striker Thierry Henry, who were injured or away with national teams.
Eric Hassli put the Whitecaps ahead from the penalty spot in the 23rd minute and Luke Rodgers equalized for the Red Bulls in the 34th.
Columbus Crew 3, Chivas 3
In Columbus, the hosts equalized three times to deny Chivas an away win.
Emmanuel Ekpo scored the last of the equalizers in the 64th minute and Andres Mendoza had the first two for the Crew.
Nick LaBrocca, Andrew Boyens and Jorge Flores had all scored for Chivas.
Colorado Rapids 1, Sporting Kansas City 1
In Commerce City, Colorado, Ryan Smith scored in the 75th minute to give Sporting Kansas City a creditable away draw at reigning MLS champion Colorado.
Sporting Kansas City snapped a five-game MLS losing streak. The team was playing the ninth of 10 away games to start the season while its new stadium is completed.
Conor Casey scored for Colorado in the 13th minute.
Chicago Fire 2, San Jose Earthquakes 2
In Bridgeview, Illinois, defender Cory Gibbs scored in the 80th minute to salvage a point for Chicago against San Jose in wet conditions.
The result extended the Fire's MLS winless streak to nine games, matching a club worst set in 2004.
San Jose's Ramiro Corrales opened the scoring in the 50th minute, and Dominic Oduro equalized for Chicago in the 56th.
The Earthquakes took a 2-1 lead in the 74th minute through Chris Wondolowski's header.