Red Bulls reach top after Sporting slip
New York Red Bulls moved top of Major League Soccer's Eastern Conference with a 2-0 win over Philadelphia Union on Saturday, while Sporting Kansas City were held to a 0-0 home draw by
Two headers from Kenny Cooper, one either side of half-time, did the trick for New York at Red Bull Arena, ending Philadelphia's three-game winning streak.
Sporting could have swiftly reclaimed first place with victory over New England, but could not find the breakthrough at Livestrong Sporting Park as the visitors picked up a rare point away from home.
Real Salt Lake moved four points behind the Western Conference-leading
Landon Donovan scored twice in the second half to lift
Portland's miserable road form continued. The Timbers have not won away from home all season and went down 5-0 at FC Dallas. Colombian defender Hanyer Mosquera set
Houston Dynamo climbed to third in the Eastern Conference thanks to a 3-0 triumph over Montreal Impact, with Macoumba Kandji, twice, and Bobby Boswell the men on target. Dynamo leapfrogged DC United, who slipped to fourth spot after a 1-0 loss at