MLS: Chivas tops San Jose for first win
SANTA CLARA, Calif. (AP) -- Mariano Trujillo scored off a rebound in the 85th minute to seal Chivas USA's first victory of the season, 2-1 over San Jose.
Trujillo slammed home a loose ball after Jon Busch made a right-handed save on Justin Braun's shot.
The victory ended Chivas' drought that stretched eight matches, including three last season. Chivas (1-2-3), the last MLS team to win this season, is unbeaten in its last four matches.
Chris Wondolowski scored for San Jose (1-3-2) in the 16th minute, and Alejandro Moreno tied it in first-half injury time, scoring on a header off Heath Pearce's free kick.
FOXBOROUGH, Mass. (AP) -- Danish newcomer Rajko Lekic broke a tie in the 83rd minute with his first MLS goal in New England's comeback victory over Sporting Kansas City.
Playing his second match since being signed from Silkeborg, Lekic headed in a cross from Zak Boggs on the right wing. Lekic had 76 goals in 121 games for Silkeborg.
The Revolution (2-2-3) played with a man advantage over the final 14 minutes after Aurelian Collin was red-carded for interfering with Matt Reis while the goalkeeper covered a corner kick.
New England tied it in the 72nd minute on Shalrie Joseph's team-leading third goal of the season.
Marko Perovic also scored for the Revolution. Kei Kamara scored twice for Kansas City (1-3-1).
TORONTO (AP) -- Emilio Renteria scored on a header in the 49th minute to help Columbus tie Toronto.
Tony Tchani scored for Toronto in the 41st minute, but was given a second yellow card after the goal, apparently for jumping over the advertising boards to celebrate with the fans. The goal ended Columbus' team-record shutout streak at 414 minutes and Toronto's scoring drought at 284 minutes.
Columbus is 2-1-3, and Toronto is 1-2-4.
VANCOUVER, British Columbia (AP) -- George John and Eric Avila scored in the second half for FC Dallas.
John tied it in the 53rd minute, and Avila gave Dallas (2-3-1) the lead in the 83rd.
Avila scored on a low shot from outside the penalty area. He entered the game in the 71st minute after Dallas lost forward David Ferreira, last season's MLS most valuable player, to a leg injury.
Ferreira, carried off on a stretcher, was injured on a hard tackle by Jonny Leathers. Dallas coach Schellas Hyndman said Ferreira was taken to a hospital for examination of a possible broken leg.
Alain Rochat scored in the 25th minute for Vancouver (1-3-3).
BRIDGEVIEW, Ill. (AP) -- Houston defender Bobby Boswell tied it on a header in the 83rd minute.
One of a half-dozen Dynamo players crowding the penalty area, Boswell headed Brad Davis' corner-kick low to the left of goalkeeper Jon Conway.
Houston (2-1-3) is unbeaten in its last five games. Chicago is 1-3-2.
Diego Chaves opened the scoring in the 18th minute with a 10-yard shot.
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