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Columbus Crew advances to Lamar Hunt U.S. Open Cup final with 2-1 OT win at D.C.

The Columbus Crew came up with a dramatic comeback to advance to the 2010 Lamar Hunt U.S. Open Cup Final with a 2-1 victory over D.C. United Wednesday at a hot and steamy RFK Stadium in our nation’s capital.

The Crew will travel to Seattle to face the Sounders in the title match on October 5. Seattle defeated Chivas USA, 3-1, in the other semifinal match Wednesday night.

Andy Iro (MLS)

Guillermo Barros Schelotto (MLS)

This marks the third time in team history that Columbus has reached the Open Cup Final, joining the 2002 squad that defeated L.A. to win the tournament and the 1998 team that fell to Chicago in overtime.

D.C. took an early lead on a Pablo Hernandez penalty kick in the 13th minute, and the was the game’s only goal until the waning moments, when Marc Burch couldn’t keep Andy Iro’s 89th minute shot out of the net, deflecting it past United goalkeeper Bill Hamid and sending the match into overtime. From there, Guillermo Barros Schelotto rifled a penalty shot home for the game-winner.

The Crew returns to league action this Saturday, September 4 again in Washington, D.C. against D.C. United. Game time is 7:30 p.m. (ET) at RFK Stadium in a match that will be televised live nationally on Fox Soccer Channel.

Info courtesy of the Columbus Crew

Columbus Crew plays Dallas FC to a 0-0 tie; Lamar Hunt statue unveiled

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Lamar Hunt Statue (photo by Stephanie Lee)

COLUMBUS, OHIO — The Columbus Crew and FC Dallas played to a scoreless, but spirited draw Saturday afternoon before a crowd of 16,708, under sunny skies and 78 degrees, at Crew Stadium. Prior to the match, the Crew organization celebrated the memory and the legacy of its Founder with a ceremony unveiling a statue of Lamar Hunt in Founder’s Park, adjacent to the Crew Kicker Plaza.

The Crew, now 12-5-5 came the closest of the two teams in getting on the scoreboard, but FC Dallas defender Zach Lloyd used a goal-line clearance to deny Guillermo Barros Schelotto in the 68th minute. It was one of several key defensive plays for Dallas.

The Crew basically dominated play in the second half, however, it needed a two key stops by goalkeeper Will Hesmer on Eric Avila and Brek Shea in the 78th and 83rd minutes, respectively, to secure his ninth shutout of the season.

The Crew is now 9-2-1 at home this season.

Columbus played without several players on Saturday. Captain Frankie Hejduk, who served a one-game suspension for accumulated cautions. Robbie Rogers is recuperating from knee surgery and Emmanuel Ekpo was out with a groin injury.

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Columbus Crew defeats sloppy Colorado, 3-1 in MLS action

The Colorado Rapids were giving away August Christmas presents and the Columbus Crew were in an accepting mood.

Guillermo Barros Schelotto converted a penalty kick after a very questionable call and Jason Garey scored on a volley off an errant and sloppy clearance pass by the Rapids which helped the first-place Crew stay atop the Eastern Conference and improve to 9-0-2 in Crew Stadium this season.

Jason Garey (MLS)

The Crew are now 12-5-4, good for 40 points. The win moved Columbus to within three points of the Los Angeles Galaxy who are 14-4-4, good for 43 points in the race for the Supporters’ Shield trophy, which is awarded to the best regular-season record in Major League Soccer.

Guillermo Barros Schelotto (MLS)

Schelotto put a 30-yard free kick toward the back post and sent the ball off the head of leaping defender Chad Marshall and toward the opposite post, where it hit off the head of Steven Lenhart and into the net before it hit the ground. That gave the Crew a two-goal lead in the 80th minute.

Second-place New York (10-7-4, 34 points) won at Toronto, 4-1 but still trails the Crew by six points in the East race. That was the first loss at home by Toronto this season.

Columbus Crew 3 Houston Dynamo 0

Andy Iro Crew (MLS)

Emilio Renteria scored off an error by backup goalkeeper Tally Hall in the first half and the Crew took advantage of the short-handed Houston Dynamo for two late scores in a 3-0 win on Saturday night at Crew Stadium.

Renteria put the Crew ahead in the 34th minute and Andy Iro scored in the 84th minute and Leandre Griffit in the 90th after Houston’s Bobby Boswell was ejected from the contest.

The Dynamo is now winless (0-4-3) in its last seven Major League Soccer contests as they played their third match in six days following a pair of SuperLiga games.

Emilio Renteria Crew (MLS)

The Crew got on top in the match when Houston goalkeeper Tally Hall missed played a grounder which led to Renteria’s fourth goal of 2010 in the 34th minute.

The Dynamo would go down to 10 men after losing Bobby Boswell to a second caution in the 72nd minute when he battled Renteria for a ball. Boswell’s first yellow came in the 40th minute when he tried to slow down a Renteria attack.

Andy Iro scored with his left foot off a feed from a Guillermo Barros Schelotto free kick and Griffit, a Frenchman who made his MLS debut two minutes earlier in the game, scored off a rebound goal to seal the deal.

The big news concerning Houston was the absence of regular goalkeeper Pat Onstad from an MLS game for the first time due to an injury or suspension since April 19, 2008, when he had a shoulder sprain. Onstad aggravated an abdominal strain Friday and did not play as precautionary measure. He started 72 consecutive league games, excepting Canadian national team duty.

Columbus played without Frankie Hejduk due to a red-card suspension and Brian Carroll with a sprained right ankle.

Info courtesy of the Columbus Crew

Schelotto and Marshall selected to first XI for MLS All-Star Game

info courtesy of Columbus Crew

Major League Soccer has announced that the Crew’s Guillermo Barros Schelotto (Midfielder)and Chad Marshall (Defender) have been selected to the 2010 MLS All-Star First XI. The MLS First XI will be joined by 10 coaches picks and two Commissioner’s selections, which will be announced Monday July 19, to complete the 2010 MLS All-Star team’s 23-man roster.

In the 15th annual midsummer event, the MLS All-Stars will face the 2009 English Premier League Champions Manchester United in the 2010 AT&T MLS All-Star Game at Reliant Stadium in Houston, Texas, Wednesday, July 28, live on ESPN2 and TeleFutura at 8:30 p.m. ET.

Guillermo Barros Schelotto Crew (MLS)

Other members of the team include:

Goalkeeper: Donovan Ricketts of the LA Galaxy.

Defenders: Omar Gonzalez of the LA Galaxy and Jamison Olave of Real Salt Lake.

Midfielders: Dwayne Rosario of Toronto FC, Kyle Beckerman of Real Salt Lake, Marco Pappa of the Chicago Fire, Javier Morales of Real Salt Lake.

Forwards: Edson Buddle of the LA Galaxy and Landon Donovan of the LA Galaxy.

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