Paulo Jr. also scored for Salt Lake (16-11-4), which took over sole possession of second in the West. Salt Lake began the day tied with idle Los Angeles and one point ahead of Seattle, which had a draw at Vancouver.
Chivas (7-16-7) remained last in the West after losing their sixth consecutive match and saw their scoreless streak reach a season-high 442 minutes.
Saborio scored two early goals to help give Salt Lake a 2-0 lead after 12 minutes. He completed his hat trick in the 65th minute when he hit the underside of the crossbar and saw the ball bounce over the goal line in the 65th minute.
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