Wilman Conde's late goal lifts Red Bulls
WASHINGTON -- Wilman Conde scored in the 88th minute to lift the New York Red Bulls to a 2-2 draw against D.C. United on Wednesday night.
De Rosario scored in the 68th minute to pass the milestone and put United ahead 2-1. Nick DeLeon also scored for D.C. (12-9-5), which tied a club record set in 2007 by extending its home unbeaten streak to 13.
New York stretched its unbeaten streak to four matches as it closed to within a point of first-place Sporting Kansas City.
Chivas USA 3, Revolution 3
FOXBOROUGH, Mass. -- Shalrie Joseph scored two first-half goals in his return to Gillette Stadium and helped lead Chivas USA to a draw with New England.
Joseph, sent by New England to Chivas USA (7-10-7) on Aug. 1., scored in the 23rd and 45th minutes against the team he played nearly 10 seasons (2003-12) for and Miller Bolanos scored in the 47th minute.
Saer Sene had two scores and the Revolution (6-14-6) benefited from an own goal in the 11th minute. The draw extended New England's winless streak to a franchise record-tying nine matches (0-7-2).
Crew 2, Union 1
CHESTER, Pa. -- Eddie Gaven scored near the end of five minutes of stoppage time, lifting short-handed Columbus past Philadelphia.
Josh Williams got his first MLS goal in the 41st minute for Columbus (11-8-6), which won its third staight and extended its unbeaten streak to 3-0-2.
Carlos Valdes scored in the 29th minute as Philadelphia (7-13-4) dropped to 0-3-2 in its last five matches. The Union haven't won since beating New England on July 29.
Gaven scored from about five yards out to give the Crew the win.