• FT

    Columbus

    2

    DC United

    0

  • FT

    Toronto

    0

    Los Angeles

    0

  • FT

    Houston

    2

    Colorado

    2

  • FT

    Kansas City

    0

    NY Red Bulls

    3

  • FT

    Chivas USA

    1

    Dallas

    2

MAJOR LEAGUE SOCCER

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Referee: Abbey Okulaja

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Chivas USA

  • William Romero 58'

1 - 2

FT

FC Dallas

  • Ante Jazic 44' OG
  • David Arturo Ferreira 60' PEN

Ferreira buries second-half penalty kick to lead Chivas over Dallas

CARSON, Calif. (AP) -- David Ferreira converted a second-half

penalty kick to help FC Dallas beat Chivas USA 2-1 on Saturday

night.

Ferreira scored in the 61st minute after Chivas' Osael Romero

tied it in the 59th minute with his first MLS goal. Ante Jazic

accounted for FC Dallas' first goal, scoring an own goal late in

the first half.

FC Dallas (4-6-2) scored more than one goal for the second

consecutive match and for just the fourth time in 12 MLS games

this year.

Chivas, meanwhile, dropped its sixth consecutive match to fall

to 3-9-1.

Romero, though, gave the club a bit of offensive spark. Romero

scored on a header in the 59th minute. But on FC Dallas' next

possession, Jazic knocked Marvin Chavez down inside the penalty

area.

Ferreira fired the spot kick into the left side of the net as

Chivas goalkeeper Zach Thornton dived the opposite way. The goal

was Ferreira's second of the season.

Ferreira also was involved on the club's first goal. In the 45th

minute, Ferreira sent a corner kick toward the goal. FC Dallas'

Brek Shea stood outside the 6-yard box with Jazic behind him,

and the ball bounced off Jazic and past Thornton.

Scoring Summary

  • Chivas USA
  • FC Dallas
(og 44') Ante Jazic
(pen 60') David Arturo Ferreira

Match Stats

  • Chivas USA
  • FC Dallas
8(3) Shots (on goal) 10(4)
12 Fouls 11
9 Corner kicks 7
6 Offsides 4
0% Time of Possession 0%
1 Yellow Cards 1
0 Red Cards 0
3 Saves 2

Teams

  • Chivas USA
  • FC Dallas
Substitutes
Substitutions
Yellow Cards
Bruno Guarda (70')