Major League Soccer (MLS) – 2012 Regular Season update as of Saturday, April 28, 2012

Will Chivas USA continue their winning ways on the road? Does the LA Galaxy have the edge @ home against Dallas?

Montreal Impact (MTL) 2, Portland Timbers 0

MONTREAL, Quebec – (Sat, April 28, 2012) – Montreal Impact topple Portland Timbers 2-0 at home Saturday afternoon.

With goals from Bernardo Corradi (PK) and Sinisa Ubiparipovic (Assists: Davy Arnaud, Bernardo Corradi), Montreal improve their regular season record to 2-5-2 (win-loss-tie).

Possession: Montreal 54 % vs. 46% Portland

Back-to-back losses for the Timbers, they are 2-5-1 on the regular season.

The next match for Montreal will be on May 5 when they travel to Kansas City.  While Portland host Columbus Crew on the same night.


Red Bulls 1, New England 0

HARRISON, New Jersey – (Sat, April 28, 2012) – The New York Red Bulls got three points and a 1-0 win over the New England Revolution, but lost Striker Thierry Henry to injury.

The Frenchman left the match early in the 22nd minute due to a noticeable hamstring injury.

Henry’s lone goal came early on in the 7th minute, assisted by Connor Lade.  This was goal #9 on the regular season for Henry.

New England had a lot of opportunities in the game, created chances but did not put the game away.

Possession: NY 41.1% vs. 58.9%

With the win, NY is now 4-3-1 (win-loss-tie) on the regular season, while NE is 2-5-0.

The Red Bulls next match will be on Saturday, May 5 when they travel to the west coast to match up against Los Angeles Galaxy.  Match-time: 5 pm PST at The Home Depot Center.


Los Galaxy vs. FC Dallas at The Home Depot Center

Saturday, April 28, 2012 @ 7:30 pm PST, Carson, CA

Record: 3-3-0, nine points on the regular season

Colorado Rapids vs. Chivas USA at Dick’s Sporting Goods Park

Saturday, April 28, 2012 @ 6:00 pm PST, Commerce, CO

Chivas USA looking for more goals head-to-head at Colorado Rapids with hopes to continue their winning ways on the road.  Both teams have a record of 3-4-0 (win-loss-tie), with nine points on the regular season.


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