SEATTLE — Chris Wondolowski scored and Joe Cannon picked up his fourth straight shutout and fifth in six games to lead San Jose to a 1-0 victory over Seattle on Saturday.
Cannon stopped 18 shots in extending his shutout streak to 363 minutes. He hasn't allowed a goal since the 87th minute of a 3-2 loss at Chivas USA on April 24.
San Jose (5-2-1, 16 points), which started the day in a four-way tie for second in the Western Conference, is 3-0-1 in its last four games. Seattle (3-4-1, 12 points), was coming off a 1-0 victory at New York last Saturday and has yet to string together back-to-back victories this season.
TORONTO — Chad Barrett scored in the 53rd minute for Toronto FC, extending the Revolution's scoring drought to four games.
Barrett got his third goal of the season on a glancing header off Sam Cronin's corner kick. Barrett had a chance at a second in the 72nd minute but sent his lob high.
It marked the second straight MLS game — fourth overall including a friendly and U.S. Open Cup outing — that New England (2-6-2) failed to score. Toronto (4-4-1) improved to 4-0-0 at home this season despite playing without leading scorer Dwayne De Rosario, who is with the Canadian national team in Argentina.
Dynamo 2, United 0
HOUSTON — Danny Cruz scored his first career goal and Dominic Oduro added another to help the Houston Dynamo defeat struggling D.C. United, 2-0 on Saturday night.
Cruz gave Houston (5-4-1) a 1-0 lead in the 10th minute when he received a pass on the right from Luis Landin, took it into the upper right box and let it fly from 14 yards out. Oduro made it 2-0 in the 55th minute with a one-timer into the upper center net.
D.C. United (1-8-0), which lost its third straight, didn't threaten until stoppage time when Rodney Wallace's shot was stopped by goalkeeper Tally Hall, who was making his first MLS start.
Real Salt Lake 2, Chivas USA 1
CARSON, Calif. — Fabian Espindola scored a late goal to lift Real Salt Lake.
The win snapped Real Salt Lake's three-game road losing streak and gave the defending MLS Cup champions their first road win since a season-opening victory at San Jose on March 27.
Chris Wingert scored in first-half stoppage time to give Real Salt Lake (5-3-1) a lead going into the intermission, but Chivas (3-6-1) tied the match in the 81st minute when Justin Braun scored from 18 yards out.