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Sounders stop Kansas City

KANSAS CITY, Kan. — Mauro Rosales and Lamar Neagle scored less than two minutes apart at the close of the second half, giving Seattle Sounders a 2-1 win Saturday night and snapping Sporting Kansas City's 14-match unbeaten streak.

Kansas City (7-7-9) lost for the first time since May 21 — ending a 6-0-8 stretch.

Rosales tied the game at 1 in the 90th minute for Seattle (11-5-8), and Neagle's game-winner in the second minute of stoppage time came on a loose-ball scramble in the area.

Dynamo 1, Union 1

At Chester, Pa., Geoff Cameron's goal in the 85th minute gave Houston a draw with Philadelphia.

Jack McInerney's first goal of the season for the Union (8-5-9) in the 15th minute held up until that point. McInerney scored on a give-and-go from Sebastien Le Toux, who had his team-leading eighth assist.

Toronto FC 3, D.C. United 3

At Washington, Dwayne De Rosario capped his hat trick by converting a game-tying penalty kick in the 88th minute to help D.C. United salvaged a draw.

Real Salt Lake 3, Red Bulls 0

Sandy, Utah, Nat Borchers and Luis Gil each scored in the first half as Real Salt Lake ended a 200-minute scoring drought.

Alvaro Saborio scored on a penalty kick in the 77th minute and Kyle Beckerman had two assists for Salt Lake (10-5-6).

Chivas USA 3, Revolution 2

Foxborough, Mass., Alejandro Moreno scored two goals and Chivas USA extended its unbeaten streak over New England to five matches.

Moreno scored his fourth goal of the season for Chivas (7-8-8) in the 31st minute, finishing off a cross from Nick LaBrocca, then tallied again in the 80th.

Galaxy 3, FC Dallas 1

At Carson, Calif., Juninho scored the go-ahead goal in the 62nd minute and David Beckham had three assists to lead Los Angeles.

Omar Gonzalez and Mike Magee scored on headers for the Galaxy (13-3-9), who moved six points ahead of last year's MLS Cup runner-ups in the Western Conference.

Beckham has a league-leading 11 assists this season.