SAN JOSE, Calif. — Ramiro Corrales scored his first goal of the season as the San Jose Earthquakes played to a 1-1 tie Wednesday with the Miami Fusion.
The Earthquakes lost captain Jeff Agoos, a starting defender for the U.S. national team, to a bruised lower back late in the first half.
San Jose and Miami both extended their unbeaten streaks to 12 matches.
METROSTARS 2, MUTINY 1: At Tampa, Fla., Michael Butler scored on a header in the closing seconds of his MLS debut to give New York/New Jersey the victory.
MetroStars captain Billy Walsh had tied it with five minutes left, redirecting a free kick to the far post.
FIRE 7, WIZARDS 0: At Kansas City, Mo., Jamar Beasley converted in the match's opening minute and Peter Nowak and Hristo Stoitchkov each scored twice as Chicago came within one goal of the MLS record for most in a game.
Sergi Daniv and Eric Wynalda also scored in the first half for the Fire (8-3-3), who scored the most goals in an MLS game this season.
BURN 1, REVOLUTION 1: At Dallas, rookie Edward Johnson scored his first MLS goal in extra time to lift Dallas into the tie.
New England's Cate opened the scoring in the 29th minute, beating goalkeeper Matt Jordan on a free kick.
RAPIDS 3, UNITED 1: At Denver, John Spencer had the first three-goal game in franchise history to lead Colorado. Scott Garlick, playing in his second game for Colorado, made 13 saves to help the Rapids to their first victory since May 12.
CREW 2, GALAXY 0: At Pasadena, Calif., Brian West scored in the 67th and 78th minutes and Tom Presthus made nine saves as Columbus beat Los Angeles.
The two-goal game was the first of West's four-year MLS career.