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MLS Match Night: Your Running Commentary

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Several high-profile tilts headline tonight's busy mid-week slate of Major League Soccer action, with Real Salt Lake playing host to the LA Galaxy in the night's marquee match-up.

The Galaxy are trying to climb into playoff contention, but must beat red-hot RSL at Rio Tinto to do it. That won't come easy against a Real Salt Lake attack that just trounced Chivas USA.

Seattle will look to snap a recent five-match winless funk in MLS play by beating a Sporting KC side that has started to recapture their strong early-season form.

Here is a rundown of tonight's MLS matches:

9pm- Real Salt Lake vs. Los Angeles Galaxy

9pm- Houston Dynamo vs. Toronto FC

9:30pm- Colorado Rapids vs. San Jose Earthquakes

10pm- Seattle Sounders vs. Sporting Kansas City

10:30pm- Chivas USA vs. Montreal Impact

11pm- Vancouver Whitecaps vs. New York Red Bulls

If you will be watching tonight's action, please feel free to share your thoughts, opinions and some play-by-play in the comments section below.

Enjoy the action.

  • divers suck

    Slap in the face by SpoKS fielding a reserve team vs Seattle. Deserved? Probably.


  • Spencer

    I never thought I’d see RSL choke that bad. Credit to LA for finishing, but embarrassing defensive effort from RSL, haven’t seen something like that since highschool


  • atd

    Oof, poor Tony Beltran — been great so far this year, but he just had himself a Tim Ream moment. . . .


  • Conrad

    Holgersson looks like an AYSO dad playing with his kids. He has no touch, and he’s gonna kill somebody out there.


  • WK

    especially if they win.

    Yallop makes 3 offensive substitutions in Colorado trailing 1-0. Quakes win 2-1!


  • The Imperative Voice

    I don’t think SKC cares about the aesthetics, it’s strictly business and they’re headed to their point.


  • bcoug

    I know somebody says it every week about some match in the league, but what a disaster the officiating is in the MLS.
    Jair Marrufo had so completely lost control of things by the end of the KC-Seattle match I was certain that someone was going to the hospital instead of the locker room.


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