MLS Match Night: Your Running Commentary

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It is a relatively light Saturday night of MLS action, but there are still plenty of storylines to follow, with the Eastern Conference leading the way tonight.

Four all-East match-ups headline the schedule as teams jockey for playoff position, and scrap for survival. In New England, the Revolution begin life without Shalrie Joseph as they take on a Sporting Kansas City side that will try to avoid the distraction of playing a U.S. Open Cup Final in four days.

In Montreal, the Impact will look to continue their recent impressive home form aainst a Philadelphia Union team that has flourished under interim head coach John Hackworth.

Here is a rundown of the full slate of MLS matches tonight:

7:30 p.m. - MLS Live/Direct Kick - New England Revolution vs. Sporting Kansas City

7:30 p.m. - MLS Live/Direct Kick - Montreal Impact vs. Philadelphia Union

7:30 p.m. - MLS Live/Direct Kick - D.C. United vs. Columbus Crew

8:30 p.m. - MLS Live/Direct Kick – Chicago Fire vs. Toronto FC

9 p.m. - MLS Live/Direct Kick - Colorado Rapids vs. Real Salt Lake


If you will be watching tonight's action, please feel free to share your thoughts, opinions and some play-by-play in the comments section below.

Enjoy the action.

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11 Responses to MLS Match Night: Your Running Commentary

  1. This Guy says:

    Andrew Wenger becomes a star tonight.

  2. Tony in Quakeland says:

    Speaking as a neutral observer, Dc United games this year tend to be entertaining. Not necessarily pretty or well played, but entertaining…

  3. Hesyourlifelight says:

    Crew playing pretty scrappy, not dirty, but a lot of fouls.

  4. Fus says:

    MLS officiating up to par tonight in Montreal.

  5. hogatroge says:

    RC to Jack Mac was uncalled for and disgraceful. Sticking up for your teammates shouldn’t be punished, and a push is nowhere near as offensive as a headbutt to the face.

    Didn’t see how Philly played up to that point, but they deserved the man advantage after that altercation.

  6. VJM says:


    That call blew the match. I see no reason for JMac’s. Should be overturned.

  7. hogatroge says:

    I’d like to see Rivas try that against a more physical team.

    He’s a pretty big guy, but I could see an Eric Hassli laying him out.

  8. Kevin_amold says:

    Colorado deserve to win this game, but something doesn’t seem quite right with RSL. Can’t put my finger on it.

  9. MiamiAl says:

    Chris Pontius delivers another decisive goal for DC United. Klinsmann should be calling him in at some point.

  10. Ben says:

    no width/pace in the midfield…they are too stubborn to add any players

  11. Jake says:

    Impressive without Di Vaio in the lineup.