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Crew gets past arch-rival Chicago 2-1; retains first place in East


COLUMBUS, OHIO — The game of soccer is strange game at times. Two teams trying to get a big ball past a goalkeeper can be difficult at times and frustrating. Teams can go games at a time and don’t score a goal and play to a tie.

Adam Moffat (MLS photo)

On Saturday night at Crew Stadium, everybody witnessed a strange occurance in the last 4 minutes of the first half. Up until that point, the first 42 minutes there were no goals. But for the next four minutes, 43-47 which included stoppage time, the game was won by Columbus, although at the time, we had no way of knowing that.

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On the Crew’s first goal, Guillermo Barros Schelotto spotted Jason Garey cutting through the traffic and into the penalty area and hit him perfectly with a pass. Garey touched the ball but Fire goalkeeper Andrew Dykstra came out of the goal to smother the ball to freeze it to get a goal kick. But he couldn’t hold it cleanly and Adam Moffat poked the ball away and put it into the empty net in the 43rd minute for goal number two of the season for midfielder from Scotland.

The crowd of 14,017 were still celebrating when the Chicago Fire got the ball and headed down the field towards the Crew goal. and their midfielder Baggio Husidic sent a hard serve to the far post and Crew captain Frankie Hejduk trying to get back and defend the goal and help goalkeeper Will Hesmer accidentally headed the ball into the goal for an “own goal.” The crowd was shocked as the game was tied at 1-1.

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Now we are in the stoppage time and the scoring was not done yet.

The Crew’s Eddie Gaven and Schelotto executive the old give-and-go along the left touchline. Gaven dribbled between two defenders and sent the ball on a flight to the goal area. Jason Garey, slipped in front of  Chicago defender Krzysztof Krol and behind defender Wilman Conde for a diving header in the second minute of  stoppage time and it was 2-1 Columbus Crew and that was the game-winner.

The Crew has won two straight games since the World Cup break ended to improve overall to 8-2-3 (27 points) and a three-point lead in the Eastern Conference over New York. The Red Bulls play at Colorado on Sunday July 4.

SOUNDS FROM THE COLUMBUS CREW POST-GAME LOCKER ROOM (To listen to an audio file, click on the link)

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* The Crew is now 8-2-3 on the year, 6-1-0 at home.

* Crew right back Frankie Hejduk returned to action after missing five straight games with a fractured hamstring.

* Columbus had been 0-4-4 against the Fire in Columbus in the regular since July 3, 2004.

* Chicago is 4-4-5 overall and saw their 2-0-3 unbeaten streak come to an end. They currently are 10 points behind the Crew in the East.

* The game was the third of eight games in four weeks, seven which will be played at home for columbus.

* The Crew returns to action on Tuesday, July 6, vs. the Charleston Battery of the USL Second Division in a U.S. Open Cup Quarterfinal match at Crew Stadium at 7:30 p.m.

* The weather was Sunny and 82 degrees in Columbus.

* The Fire has fallen one game short in four of the past five years in getting to the MLS title game. The conference championship is their pet peeve.

* Marco Pappa leads Chicago with 6 goals and Patrick Nyarko leads with 6 assists.

* The Fire is 2-3-2 on the road.

* The Fire has a new head coach this season in former El Salvador national coach Carlos de los Cobos.

* The overall record in the series between Chicago and Columbus is 41 meetings, 11 wins for Columbus, 17 wins for Chicago and 13 ties.

* The Crew is off to its best start in club history for 13 games, 27 points and a record of  8-2-3.

*Saturday night’s game was on the Fox Soccer Channel/FSE and two former Crew players were calling all of the action for a national television audience: Brian Dunseth and Paul Caligiuri.

Columbus Crew retains share of first place with 2-0 win over D.C. United

Info courtesy of Columbus Crew

Guillermo Barros Schelotto scored in the 57th minute and assisted on Eric Brunner’s insurance goal 30 minutes later as the Crew beat D.C. United, 2-0, Saturday before 15,335 fans in Crew Stadium. The win snapped a three-game winless streak for the Crew, and ended a three-game unbeaten streak for D.C. United.

Guillermo Barros Schelotto (mls)

On Schelotto’s goal, Emilio Renteria took a through ball from Jason Garey and knocked it over onrushing D.C.  keeper Troy Perkins. Renteria’s chipped shot hit the post and fell to Schelotto, who was waiting for the rebound two yards off the line. He calmly settled the ball and fired it into the roof of the net for his team-leading fifth goal of the season.

In the 87th minute, Schelotto’s corner kick from the left flag was flicked at the near post by second-half substitution Steven Lenhart to the far post where Brunner headed it in for the defender’s second career goal.

Eric brunner (mls)

There was a crowd of 15,335 at Crew Stadium and they witnessed a rather quick game of 1 hour 49 minutes.


* The Crew is now 7-2-3 on the season and 5-1-0 at home.

* The Crew remains tied for first place in the Eastern Conference with New York, which defeated Kansas City 3-0. Columbus has a game in hand on the Red Bulls.

* William Hesmer’s shutout was his fifth of the season and 28th of his career, a club-record 27 of which have come with the Crew.

* The game was the first of seven games in the next few weeks, six of them at home, including Tuesday’s Open Cup match.

* The Crew returns to action on Tuesday, June 29 against the Rochester Rhinos of U.S. Soccer Division II in a U.S. Open Cup Round of 16 match at Crew Stadium at 7:30 p.m.

* The Crew returns to MLS action next Saturday at home against Chicago at 8 p.m. (ET) in a match that will be televised nationally on the Fox Soccer Channel.

Crew loses at Colorado, 1-0; MLS goes on three-week break

Info courtesy of Columbus Crew

The Columbus Crew fell to the Colorado Rapids, 1-0, Saturday night at Dick’s Sporting Goods Park, in the club’s final match before the league-wide break for the upcoming 2010 FIFA World Cup in South Africa.

The game was a battle between the second and third stingiest defenses in the MLS, both sides struggled to create openings throughout the first half and much of the second.

Colorado Rapids Logo (MLS)

The first clear-cut chance of the night came in the 73rd minute, as the Crew pushed forward in a counter-attack opportunity after Pablo Mastreoni passed loosely into the path of  the Crew  midfield, Eddie Gaven pushed forward and passed to Steven Lenhart, who then laid  the pass off to an open Guillermo Barros Schelotto. However the Crew’s star player rushed his shot,  pushing the scoring chance over the crossbar.

With five minutes left in the game, the Rapids would finally break the deadlock from a set piece. Jamie Smith took the free kick from near the midfield mark and sent in a high cross into the box for a diving Drew Moor. The defender struck the ball hard and into the ground, sneaking it in between the post and Columbus goalkeeper William Hesmer.

The Crew’s next game is June 26 when it hosts D.C. United at Crew Stadium in a regionally televised  match starting at 7:30 p.m. on ONN-TV.

Crew continues to roll; Renteria is the star in 1-0 win in Kansas City

Info Courtesy of the Columbus Crew

The unbeaten Columbus Crew defeated the Kansas City Wizards on Sunday 1-0, as Emilio Renteria scored on a header in the 64th minute.

Renteria’s goal, his second in two games, was the first allowed by the Wizards off a corner kick this season. Guillermo Barros Schelotto, playing his first game for Columbus (6-0-2) after serving a on-game suspension, got the assist.

With Sunday’s win, The Crew continued it’s dominance against Kansas City (2-4-2). Columbus has won six of the last seven meetings with the Wizards, who haven’t beaten the Crew since September 15, 2007.


* The Crew is 6-0-2 (20 pts) and 2-0-2 on the road.

Emilio Renteria (mls)

* With the 6-0-2 record, the Crew is now off to its best start in franchise history (20 pts) in its first 8 games), surpassing the old mark set by the 2008 MLS Cup Championship Club (18 points in its first 8 games).

* Sunday’s win over Kansas City moves the Crew’s current unbeaten streak against the Wizards to eight games (6-0-2) including playoffs.

* Goalkeeper William Hesmer earned his fourth shutout of the season.

* The Crew were without several players on Sunday: Frankie Hejduk (hamstring), Chad Marshall (U.S. National team) and Robbie Rogers (U. S. National team).

MLS suspends Crew star player Schelotto for disciplinary reasons

Info Courtesy of Columbus Crew and Major League Soccer

The Major League Soccer Disciplinary Committee has suspended Columbus Crew forward Guillermo Barros Schelotto for one game and fined him $250 for his off the ball actions against Chivas USA defender Michael Umana on May 15.

Guillermo Barros Schelotto (mls)

The incident occurred in the 79th minute of the game, was not seen by the officiating crew and Schelotto was not called for a foul. After reviewing the play. The MLS Disciplinary Committee decided that the action required a red card offense.

As a result, Schelotto will miss Columbus’ next league match, against the New York Red Bulls at Red Bull Arena on Thursday May 20.

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