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MLS Home Teams Go 4-1-0 Over Weekend

CHICAGO (Sunday, May 13, 2001) - Manny Lagos notched a pair of second-half goals as San Jose rallied to down D.C. United 3-2 on Saturday night at RFK Stadium. The revamped Earthquakes, the only team to win on the road this past weekend, have jumped into a share of first place in the Western Division. In other Saturday night action, Clint Mathis netted a goal and assist to lead the MetroStars to a 2-0 victory over the Los Angeles Galaxy on Saturday night at Giants Stadium. The MetroStars (5-1-1, 16 pts.) are arguably the hottest team in the league, having won four straight. Mathis leads MLS with seven goals and 18 points. The New England Revolution ended their winless slide Saturday night, surprising the Chicago Fire with a 2-1 overtime victory at Foxboro Stadium. Second-half substitute Matt Okoh netted the game-winner, recording the Revolution's first points in the 2001 campaign. New England earned a victory for the first time in seven matches. Ariel Graziani, Jason Kreis and Richard Farrer all had a goal and an assist as Dallas routed Columbus 4-0 at the Cotton Bowl on Saturday night. With the victory, the Burn jump into second place in the Central Division. John Spencer scored two goals on penalty kicks as Colorado downed Tampa Bay 2-1. The Scotsman has four goals and 10 points in his first five MLS games.