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Aug 13, 2014

Sounders crush Fire for spot in final

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Seattle thrashed Chicago 6-nil in their US Open Cup semifinal match-up.

TUKWILA, Wash. -- Struggling for playing time and scoring, Andy Rose showed he can deliver now that he's healthy again.

Rose and Kenny Cooper each scored two goals and the Seattle Sounders routed the Chicago Fire 6-0 in their U.S. Open Cup semifinal Wednesday night.

Major League Soccer-leading Seattle will face the Philadelphia Union on Sept. 16 in the final in Chester, Pennsylvania. Philadelphia advanced on the road Tuesday night, beating FC Dallas on penalty kicks.

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Aug 13, 2014

Sounders rout Fire 6-0 in Open Cup

The Sounders celebrate the first of two Andy Rose goals as they rolled into the U.S. Open Cup finals beating Chicago 6-0

TUKWILA, Wash. -- Struggling for playing time and scoring, Andy Rose showed he can deliver now that he's healthy again.

Rose and Kenny Cooper each scored two goals and the Seattle Sounders routed the Chicago Fire 6-0 in their U.S. Open Cup semifinal Wednesday night.

Major League Soccer-leading Seattle will face the Philadelphia Union on Sept. 16, in the final in Chester, Pennsylvania. Philadelphia advanced on the road Tuesday night, beating FC Dallas on penalty kicks.

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Aug 12, 2014

Union defeat Dallas in a shootout

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The Philadelphia Union have reached the club's first-ever US Open Cup Final after beating FC Dallas in a penalty shootout on Tuesday night.

Philadelphia's Amobi Okugo opened the scoring in the first half, before Fabian Castillo equalized in the 81st minute -- leaving the game tied at 1-1 in regulation time.

30 minutes of extra-time was not enough to seperate the two teams, leaving the match to be decided in a shootout.

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Apr 25, 2014

U.S. Open Cup set during World Cup

The U.S. Open Cup has scheduled Major League Soccer teams to play during the league's planned two-week break for the World Cup.

Sounders coach Sigi Schmid is not pleased with the U.S. Open Cup schedule.

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MLS had planned for teams to be off from June 12-24, but they will now enter in the fourth round of the cup, which is organized by U.S. Soccer.

The fourth round will be the week of June 10, and teams could play two rounds during the World Cup break....

Oct 1, 2013

Neal goal wins U.S. Open Cup for United

SANDY, Utah -- D.C. United finally found some success in an otherwise dismal season.

Winless on the road in Major League Soccer and sporting the league's worst record, United upset Western Conference leader Real Salt Lake for its third U.S. Open Cup championship on Tuesday night, winning 1-0 on Lewis Neal's goal in the 45th minute.

United, which last won the Cup in 2008, secured a spot in the 2014-15 CONCACAF Champions League with the title.

Salt Lake put relentless pressure on D.C. in the second half,...