Jul 14, 2010, 11:40 AM
Momodou Ceesay's Zilina hammered Zlate Moravce 4-0 to extend their lead in Friday's Super Liga clash in Slovakia.
Ceesay, who was substituted in the 76th minute of the game, will be set for yet another champions league's group F third encounter against Olympique Marseille in France on Tuesday. After losing 4-1 to Chelsea and 3-0 to Spartak Moskv, Zilina's chances of making it from the group are far from attainable.
Mustapha Jarjue's Mons beat Vise 2-0 to climb up to the second spot with 19 points and a single point separating them from topper Waasland-Beveren in the Belgian second division on Saturday.
Valerenga beat Muhammed Keita's Strømsgodset 4-1 in Saturday's Norwegian Eliteserien league. Kristian Brix and Dawda Leigh sides, who are sure of fighting for the title down to the wire, walked with all the three points at home to further cement its second place grip in the standing.
Prior to Friday night's game, Seattle Sounders FC had never scored on Chivas USA in MLS play. That changed quickly as the hosts coasted to a straightforward 2-1 win.
Sanna Nyassi and Seattle also set an MLS record by posting a season average attendance of 36,173. They are still maintaining their fifth position with 48 points
Kansas City's playoff hopes were dashed for good in Foxboro on Saturday evening as the Sainey Nyassi’s and Ken Abdoulie Mansally's New England Revolution managed to avenge their crushing defeat to the Wizards earlier this season. The home fans will have something to look forward to next season as the Revs closed out their final home match 1-0.
Shalrie Joseph first-half goal did the job for the Revs. They are on 12th position with 32 points in 29 matches.
A stoppage time equalizer from goalkeeper Will Hesmer denied Amadou Sanyang’s Toronto FC its first home victory since August 7, as Toronto and the visiting Columbus Crew played to a 2-2 draw.
André Hainault connected with a Brad Davis corner kick in the first half to lead the Houston Dynamo to a 1-0 road win against the San Jose Earthquakes.
Omar Jasseh’s San Jose had just qualified for the playoffs, while Houston had been eliminated, but their roles were switched on Saturday evening, with the Dynamo looking like more than a match for the Earthquakes, through long stretches of the game.