LIMA HELPS EARTHQUAKES BEAT RAPIDS
CALIF.» Nick Lima scored his second goal of the season, David Bingham posted his sixth shutout and the San Jose Earthquakes held on to beat the Colorado Rapids 1-0 on Saturday night.
San Jose snapped a threegame losing streak with its first win since July 1.
Lima scored in the 58th minute off assists by Darwin Ceren and Shea Salinas. Salinas’ corner kick found Ceren at the top of the box and he headed a pass to a waiting Lima. Lima trapped the pass and drilled the ball into the net.
Colorado was outshot 15-8 overall and had just two shots on target. The Rapids (6-12-2) are winless over their last three matches, and are 0-8-1 on the road this season.
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survived a late scare to beat the Chicago Fire 3-2. Salloi opened the scoring in the 23rd minute, Matt Besler tied it for Chicago in the 28th, and Benny Feilhaber gave Sporting Kansas City a 2-1 lead in first-half stoppage time.