Code: [size=2] [u][url=http://www.mlsnet.com/games/03/tracker.php?gamename=11082003_COLKC&version=recap&lang=eng]Saturday: Colorado 0-2 Kansas City[/url][/u] Player Name Minutes Goals Assists Borchers 90 0 0 Becks 90 0 0 [u][url=http://www.mlsnet.com/games/03/tracker.php?gamename=11092003_DCCHI&version=recap&lang=eng=eng]Sunday: DCU 2-0 Chicago[/url][/u] Player Name Minutes Goals Assists Convey 90 0 0 Tino 60 0 0 Warren 90 **3 Saves Beasley 90 0 1 Pause 11 0 0 Jaqua 30 0 0 Gray 29 0 0 [u][url=http://www.mlsnet.com/games/03/tracker.php?gamename=11092003_METNE&version=recap&lang=eng]Sunday: New England 1-1 Metrostars[/url][/u] Player Name Minutes Goals Assists Gaven 90 0 0 Clark 90 0 0 Magee 56 0 0 LeBlanc 23 0 0 [u][url=http://www.mlsnet.com/games/03/tracker.php?gamename=11092003_LASJ&version=recap&lang=eng]Sunday: Los Angeles 2-5 San Jose[/url][/u] Player Name Minutes Goals Assists Donovan 90 1 1 Walker 75 1 1 [/size] Some of the young guns step it up, others take a seat and go home. Colorado's two young guys stood out as two of the better players on their team, but it wasn't enough as KC moved on. Beckerman really played a nice game from his attacking midfield spot when the Rapids bothered getting him involved. His passing was remarkably accurate, and K-Beck was placing dimes on long through balls, crosses, and every other type of pass you could think of. He set up a couple of nice sequences that resulted in dangerous opportunities, but it wasn't Colorado's night. Borchers was OK, but certainly not spectacular. DMB placed a nice ball on Razov's head with a one hop pseudo cross that sealed the deal in Chicago's victory over DCU. Jaqua came on late and was dangerous. Nate had a sweet combo going at the goal from the left wing and got off a shot that Doug Warren did well to save. Convey served as DCU's maturity leader, trying to get Stoichkov to STFU, but the Ballistic Bulgarian instead went apeshit on Bobby. WTF? Warren played OK and certainly couldn't be faulted on either goal, especially Ralph's strike of beauty. Tino and Warren really didn't stand out. Forget all the young guys Bradley threw out in a desperate attempt. Pat Noonan was the best young player on the soccer field today. His goal against the Metros today was one of the best goal sequences I have seen in a LONG time in MLS. He and the Revs got compacent as the game wore on, but Bradley's young bunch could do little about it. Bradley appeared to tinker with his lineup - putting Ricardo Clark at right back and Magee on the right wing. Given time, Clark could be the best right back in the US pool, but the do-or-die game of the year? Bad call, Bob. So a couple of days ago I finally decided to take the two week trial of Yahoo! Platinum. Best move I've made since choosing my wife's last birthday gift. I watched the most incredible MLS game I have ever seen. Ever. The best atmosphere, the best action, the best drama, the best game. Simply hair raising stuff today. In short, Landon Donovan, Jamil Walker, and (non U23) Richard Mulrooney put on the show of their lives for the best comeback in league history. Get the free trial. Watch the game. Even knowing the result, it will be a solid investment of your time.