Upset, though not in U.S. Open Cup - Vancouver takes down its MLS big brother.
Coach John Carver, as might be guessed, is not pleased.
Upset! Crystal Palace USA wins by TWO goals versus the Red Bull New York. The Baltimore team played a man down since the 34th minute of the first half.
The Battery win in penalty kicks versus the defending MLS champs! Houston was 1-1 versus the Charleston Battery in regulation. Charleston played a man down, but with the lead until Houston leveled. The Battery lost another player to cards and played two men short in the second overtime.
Seattle knocks Chivas USA out of the Open Cup again, this time 2-0.
Richmond Kickers and New England Revolution - Defending champions, the Revs, win by three goals.
Chicago Fire scored 3 goals on the Cleveland City Stars in the first half. Cleveland got a consolation goal in the second half. Fire scored another, 4-1, final.
FC Dallas scores in stoppage time to down Miami FC, 2-1.
DC United wins, 2-0 versus the Rochestor Rhinos. Both goals by Marc Burch.
Wizards Score Again - again and again! In overtime, the Wizards score, having really turned it around from a 2-0 deficit to the Carolina Railhawks. Another PK to the Wizards. It's now 4-2. Carolina came close to scoring, but couldn't manage it, playing a man down too big a handicap.
Thus, Houston, New York and Chivas USA are out of the Open Cup as Charleston, Crystal Palace and Seattle pull off the upsets.
Watching these games is like MLS deja vu - oh, that's where that guy ended up! David Stokes, for example.