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Revs cry foul in loss to Whitecaps

New England goalkeeper Bobby Shuttleworth pleads his case to referee Allen Chapman after his teammate Andrew Farrell was called for a red card.
New England goalkeeper Bobby Shuttleworth pleads his case to referee Allen Chapman after his teammate Andrew Farrell was called for a red card.

FOXBOROUGH, Mass. -- After picking up a caution only minutes earlier, New England Revolution defender Andrew Farrell found himself in no man's land when Vancouver Whitecaps midfielder Cristian Techera dribbled toward him in the 28th minute. Farrell did the best he could do -- and paid a heavy price for it.

With Techera attempting to slip though, Farrell, knowing he was under the watchful eye of referee Allen Chapman, tried to be discreet. He ever so slightly grabbed Techera's arm, hoping to push...

Wondo fires San Jose past LA Galaxy, Whitecaps end Revolution's streak

The San Jose Earthquakes triumphed 3-1 over the LA Galaxy at Avaya Stadium courtesy of goals from Chris Wondolowski, Cordell Cato and Clarence Goodson.

Chris Wondolowski scored his ninth goal of the season as the San Jose Earthquakes beat the LA Galaxy 3-1 in the California Clasico.

Matias Perez Garcia added two assists for the Quakes, the first on a well-placed cross that Wondolowski smashed into the net in the 28th minute for a 1-all tie. Wondolowski moved alone into second place the MLS goal race, three behind Columbus' Kei Kamara.

Clarence Goodson gave San Jose the lead in the 53rd minute, heading home Perez Garcia's corner kick.

Cordell Cato...

Revolution squander another lead vs. Crew

Lee Nguyen scored in the first minute, but it wasn't enough for the Revolution.
Lee Nguyen scored in the first minute, but it wasn't enough for the Revolution.

Lee Nguyen scored just 35 seconds after the opening whistle, but then Kei Kamara struck twice to send the New England Revolution to a 2-1 loss to the Columbus Crew at MAPFRE Stadium on Wednesday.

With the match less than one minute old, Nguyen collected a pass from Kelyn Rowe and fired a shot that beat Steve Clark. The lead didn't last for long, though, as Kamara buried a ball that Federico Higuain initially hit off the bar in the fourth minute. Kamara scored again in the 50th minute on a ball served...