Revs prolong DC’s awful start to the MLS season; Fire tie at Colorado; Red Bulls win away in Seattle

DC United 0 – New England Revolution 2 (MLS, April 3, 2010) DC United’s dire start to the season continued as Kenny Mansally grabbing both goals for the visitors.

Colorado Rapids 2 – Chicago Fire 2 (MLS, April 3, 2010) Omar Cummings opened for the Rapids in the 13th minute before former Fulham striker Collins John got off the mark for his new side Chicago, levelling the scores in the 25th minute. John’s former Craven Cottage team-mate Brian McBride also got on the scoresheet to cancel out Conor Casey’s 41st minute goal, tying the game up at 2-2 after 51 minutes.

Seattle Sounders 0 – New York Red Bulls 1 (MLS, April 3, 2010) Striker Macoumba Kandji grabbed the goal that gave New York their first away win in 28 matches, the forward pouncing on a loose ball in the 21st minute to fire home from the six-yards.