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COMMERCE CITY, Colo. — Drew Moor scored in the 25th minute to lead the Colorado Rapids to a 1-0 victory over FC Dallas on Saturday night.
Moor scored for the second time in two games on a header and goalkeeper Matt Pickens got his seventh shutout as Colorado (11-9-12) ended a five-game winless streak.
Colorado pulled one point behind Dallas for fourth place in the Western Conference.
FC Dallas (13-11-7) lost it's fourth straight, all by shutouts — extending its scoreless streak to 360 minutes, four shy of the franchise mark set in 2003.
Before Moor's goal, Colorado had several shots go wide of both posts. Kouke Kimura broke free and sailed a shot over the crossbar in the 6th minute. FC Dallas goalkeeper Kevin Hartman had to flick away Sanna Nyassi's from 25 yards out in the 23rd.
SOUNDERS 2, REVOLUTION 1: At Oxborough, Mass., Fredy Montero scored twice as Seattle beat New England for the Sounders' fourth straight road victory. The Sounders (16-6-9) have scored 16 goals while winning five of their last six overall and improved to 8-3-5 on the road.
Montero, who now has 11 goals on the season, has five goals and three assists over the last six matches.
Diego Fagundez scored for New England (5-14-12), which dropped to 4-5-6 at home while totalling just 16 goals.
FIRE 1, DYNAMO 1: At Houston, Chicago's Dominic Oduro scored against his former team to lift the Fire into a draw with the Dynamo. Colin Clark scored for Houston (10-9-13, 43 points), which extended its unbeaten streak to three games, but missed an opportunity to reclaim first place in the Eastern Conference.
Chicago (7-8-16, 37 points) extended its unbeaten streak to four games, but also failed to pick up ground in the playoff race. With three games left, Chicago is seventh in the Eastern Conference and two points behind New York for the final playoff spot.
RED BULLS 1, TORONTO FC 1: At Toronto, Thierry Henry scored in the 88th minute to lift New York to a draw with Toronto FC. Danny Koevermans scored in the 50th minute for Toronto FC (6-13-13), which was officially eliminated from postseason contention.
Toronto appeared poised for the win until Henry redirected a corner kick that pulled the Red Bulls (8-8-15) even and preserved their playoff chances.
EARTHQUAKES 1, SPORTING KC 1: At Santa Clara, Calif., San Jose's Chris Wondolowski and Sporting Kansas City's Teal Bunbury scored within a minute of each other as the teams played to a draw. Wondolowski, the Earthquakes' leading scorer, scored in the 85th minute by burying a left-footed volley off a long cross from Steven Beitashour. Bunbury responded in the 86th minute to tie it.
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