Final scores LA Galaxy 0-0 FC Dallas Colorado Rapids 1-1 Houston Dynamo Seattle Sounders 2-1 Real Salt Lake Sporting Kansas City 2-0 San Jose Earthquakes Vancouver Whitecaps 4-1 Portland Timbers Final standings 1. FC Dallas 2. Colorado Rapids 3. LA Galaxy 4. Seattle Sounders 5. Sporting Kansas City 6. Real Salt Lake The moments that mattered 4:24 p.m. ET — Fernandez puts SEA up 1-0, into 4th — Fewer than three minutes on the clock, and the Sounders scored this beauty. Sensual soccer. 4:25 p.m. ET — Mulholland pulls RSL back to 1-1, back into 4th — 90 seconds later, RSL’s equalizer was’t nearly as pretty. 4:34 p.m. ET — Barnes puts VAN 1-0 up on POR — POR defenders standing around, and Giles Barnes
Mystery continues to shroud Arsene Wenger‘s future as Arsenal manager. The Frenchman, who celebrated his 67th birthday on Saturday and 20 years in charge of Arsenal earlier this month, has yet to decide if he will remain in charge at the Emirates Stadium beyond this season. Key figures such as majority shareholder Stan Kroenke, chairman Sir Chips Keswick and Chief Executive Ivan Gazidis spoke, as well as Wenger himself who didn’t address his future and instead talked about the points target Arsenal must reach to win the Premier League this season.
MADRID (AP) Coach Jorge Sampaoli felt Sevilla needed a big win against a top opponent to establish itself as a true contender in Spain. He got just that on Sunday as his team defeated previously unbeaten Atletico Madrid 1-0 to stay near the top of the Spanish league. French midfielder Steven N’Zonzi netted the winner in the 73rd minute at a packed Ramon Sanchez-Pizjuan Stadium to give the hosts their third straight win. “It was an important game to consolidate ourselves against a team that looked unbeatable,” Sampaoli said. “We did well against one of the best teams in the world. This victory makes me proud.” Sevilla, which has won six straight at home, reached 20 points from nine rounds, one