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MLS 2012, Week 30: Chris Wondolowski pulls within one of record

The Earthquakes salvage a draw on Chris Wondolowski's equalizer, which also gives him 26 goals for the season.

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Playoffs field all set, time to make sense of it

All the playoff spots have been clinched after a busy Week 30. San Jose also claimed their second Supporters' Shield, their first since 2005.

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Sounders eliminate Dallas from playoff contention

Sounders clinch no worse than third place in the West and seal FC Dallas' playoff-less fate.

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Timbers win Cascadia Cup, Whitecaps dealt blow

Jack Jewsbury's first-half wonderstrike hands the Timbers the Cascadia Cup and puts the Whitecaps' playoff hopes in trouble.

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Chris Wondolowski pulls within one of Lassiter

Chris Wondolowski's equalizer in the 73rd minute pulled him to within one goal of Roy Lassiter's single-season record as the Earthquakes settled for a 2-2 tie with the LA Galaxy.

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Rapids cruise to easy win over Chivas

Goals by Martin Rivero and Kamani Hill powered the Rapids past a Chivas team that just wishes the season would end.

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Dynamo still unbeaten at home, clinch playoff spot

The Dynamo topped the Union to continue their unbeaten run at BBVA Compass Stadium and along with a Crew loss, clinch a spot in the playoffs.

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Revs win 1-0, end Fire's first place hopes

The Fire thought they would have a chance at first place in the East, but the Revolution killed those hopes with a 1-0 win in Foxboro.

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D.C. win and are into the playoffs, Crew are out

A furious comeback capped off by a late winner clinched a playoff spot for D.C., while Columbus was eliminated from playoff contention.

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SKC and RBNY draw, SJ clinch Supporters' Shield

Kansas City wasn't at their best and they did manage to win away to New York, but those two dropped points clinched the Supporters' Shield for San Jose.

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TFC and Impact bore in unsurprising 0-0 draw

Toronto FC and the Montreal Impact are bad teams that played a bad match. Shocker!

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