Record breaking week for FC Dallas as they set a Major League Soccer record this past week with its 0-0 draw at Columbus. With the draw, Dallas extend its road unbeaten streak to 10 games (3-0-7). The other big news was that Thierry Henry finally scored his first MLS goal as the Red Bulls beat San Jose 2-0.
Here’s a rundown of all of this weekends MLS games:
Columbus Crew 0, FC Dallas 0
In addition to extending its road unbeaten streak, FC Dallas extended its overall unbeaten streak to 12 matches.
Toronto FC 0, Real Salt Lake 0
Coming off tough CONCACAF Champions League losses, Real Salt Lake left BMO Field with a point, but it could have been three if it was not for the great goalkeeping of Stefan Frei.
New York Red Bulls 2, San Jose Earthquakes 0
Thierry Henry got his first MLS goal and New York closed the gap to Columbus to four points.
Philadelphia Union 2, New England Revolution 1
Rare road win the for the Union as they all but ended New England’s slim playoff chances.
Colorado Rapids 3, Houston Dynamo 0
An early Lovel Palmer red card set the tone for the blowout, as Jamie Smith, Omar Cummings and Conor Casey each tallied for the Rapids, who find themselves four points clear of ninth-place Toronto in the playoff race.
Seattle Sounders FC 2, Chicago Fire 1
Fredy Montero’s stoppage-time winner gave the Sounders the edge in Freddie Ljungberg’s return to Qwest Field. John Thorrington’s first-half penalty kick gave the Fire the early lead, but Montero bagged a brace to boost his MVP hopes and deal Chicago’s playoff hopes a major blow.
Kansas City Wizards 2, Los Angeles Galaxy 0
The Galaxy slide continues as they allowed the Wizards to win away from home for only the second time this season. The Wizards trail eighth-place San Jose by just three points in the league table.
Chivas USA 1, D.C. United 0
Justin Braun’s first-half goal was all Chivas needed to beat a reserve-laden D.C. side that is focused more on Wednesday’s U.S. Open Cup semifinal against Columbus.