Substitute Teal Bunbury scored his first goal since April in the 89th minute to give Sporting Kansas City a 1-1 tie with the 10-man Revolution in an MLS game last night in Kansas City, Mo.
Rajko Lekic scored for the Revolution in the 38th minute, and New England seemed ready to hold on, but defender A.J. Soares got a straight red card in the 82d minute when he took down C.J. Sapong on a break, just outside the area.
Dynamo 3, Sounders 1 - Brian Ching scored twice and host Houston ended Seattle’s nine-game unbeaten streak.
Ching made it 2-0 in the 23d minute on a header from about 6 yards off a cross from Geoff Cameron on the left. Ching extended the lead to 3-1 in the 70th after getting a cross from Colin Clark from the right box in front of an empty net for the tap-in.
DC United 2, Earthquakes 0 - Dwayne De Rosario scored a pair of second-half goals as D.C. United hung on despite playing a man down for the final 20 minutes in Santa Clara, Calif.
Toronto FC 2, Timbers 2 - Peri Marosevic scored in the 71st minute and Danny Koevermans tallied 10 minutes later as visiting Toronto tied Portland.
Galaxy 4, Whitecaps 0 - Landon Donovan scored twice, including a penalty kick in the 75th minute, as visiting Los Angeles extended its unbeaten streak to 14 games with a victory over Vancouver.
Crew 2, Real Salt Lake 0 - Eddie Gaven and Tommy Heinemann each scored in the first 10 minutes to power visiting Columbus past Real Salt Lake, which never had a serious scoring chance.
WPS magicJack 4, Breakers 0 - Rookie Christen Press scored three goals to lead the host magicJack over Boston (4-7-4) in Boca Raton, Fla. Abby Wambach added a goal and an assist for the magicJack (6-6-2).
Flash 4, Sky Blue 1 - In Piscataway, N.J., McCall Zerboni, Marta, Christine Sinclair, and Alex Morgan scored as Western New Sky Blue improved to 9-2-3.
Exhibition Manchester United 2, Barcelona 1 - Michael Owen scored on a counterattack in the 76th minute to snap a 1-1 tie and give the English side the victory over the Spanish champs in front of 81,807 at
World Cup The United States should have a smooth ride into the final round of qualifying, judging by the history of the national team.
The preliminary draw for the 2014 tournament yesterday grouped the United States and Jamaica with two winners of preliminary qualifying, likely Guatemala and Haiti. The US team has never lost to Jamaica and has not been defeated by Guatemala since 1988 or Haiti since 1973.
Three CONCACAF nations will be determined from an eight-team qualifying round. The World Cup is scheduled for June 12-July 13, 2014, in Brazil.