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Techera scores 3 second-half goals, Whitecaps tie Revs 3-3

Techera scores 3 second-half goals, Whitecaps tie Revs 3-3

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Techera scores 3 second-half goals, Whitecaps tie Revs 3-3

Vancouver, British Columbia (AP) - Christian Tecera scored three goals, and Vancouver Whitecaps overcame

several defensive errors related to the New England Revolution 3-3 on Saturday.

Tekerra. completed the hat movement in the 74th minute of Stryker Yardy Ryan.

Whitecaps (4-5-5) are undisputed in five games and their last 9 games (1-4-4) are just a triumph. New England is 5-4-3.

In the second half, Vancouver started 2-0.

Whitecaps defender Eli Gazal had his own goal and made a poor pass, which helped score goals for New England's Till

Bunbury. After defender Shawn Franklin withdrew the ball, the goal of another revolution came.

Techera defeated Marc D. Jong from a cross with a 2-1 victory in the 49th minute. Two minutes later, Russell Tebert

mounted Techera, after Matt Turner stopped the first shot and Tucker scored on the header.

In the 59th minute after Gazal's weak pass was eliminated, Bunbury converted New England to a 3-2 lead.

Cristian Pena also scored for New England.

Fire 2, the city of Orlando 1

Orlando, Fla. (AP) - Alan Gordon broke the deadlock in the 82nd minute and Chicago defeated Orlando City

Gordon resolved the Bastian Schweinsteiger crossing with two holes 25 yards from the goal, and the goalkeeper,

who, took a rocket in the upper right corner of the Bank's outer arm.

In the 89th minute, Mohamed Adams of Chicago was sent in for violent behavior, but there was a fire from there (4-

6-2), which included a six-minute timeout, to eliminate two losers. For

Orlando City (6-5-1) lost three after winning six straight.

Aleksandar Katai led a free kick to Chicago in the 13th minute. Christian Huguita equalized with Orlando City in 28th place.

Royal salad lake 1, sound 0

Seetel (AP) - Sebastian Rousseau throws a shot that was found in Seattle's Real Salt Lake victory in the 61st minute in the upper right corner.

The sausage had the chance to get his first goal of the season when Danilo Acosta crossed the ball on the left side of

the attack on the field. Sausalito took him to the top of the penalty area and sent a mounting shot to the far post.

Goalkeeper Stephen Free jumped into Gollamouth and found his left arm on the ball, but it was not enough to keep him out of the net.

Nick Rimando had his third shutout to help 10-32-18 in Salt Lake (5-6-1) on artificial surfaces in the history of the

franchise. Seattle (2-6-2) has been evacuated seven times in 10 games this year.

Union 0, Red Bull 0, TIE

Harrison, NJ (AP) - Goalkeeper Luis Robles was honored at a celebration prior to the closing of Ironman's longest

streak in MLS history, and New York and Philadelphia had their winning streak.

In the last minute of a week in Colorado, Robles was out due to a knee injury, as of September 2012, his 183-game streak ended.

Substitute goalkeeper Ryan Meyer saved two to record a shutout in the absence of Robles. Andre Blake of

Philadelphia saved four by jumping in the 13th minute, in which he rescued.

There were four winning streaks of the Red Bulls (7-3-1). Philadelphia (4-5-3) had two consecutive victories.

Minnesota Joint 2, effect 0

Minneapolis (AP) - Christian Ramirez and Miguel Ibarra scored the scoring and Minnesota defeated Montreal for the second set of the season.

He gave Minnesota (5-7-l) broke the streak by winning three games because Bobby Shuttleworth three were saved

by his second zero this season. The effect (3-10-0) has been defeated in four of the continuous form, all the blanquettes, and eight of his last nine.

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