MLS Cup 2001

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MLS Cup 2001
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Date October 21, 2001
Venue Columbus Crew Stadium
Columbus, Ohio
Man of the Match Dwayne De Rosario
(San Jose Earthquakes)
Attendance 21,626
Weather Partly Cloudy, 68 °F (20 °C)

MLS Cup 2001, the sixth edition of Major League Soccer's championship match, was played between the Los Angeles Galaxy and the San Jose Earthquakes to decide the champion of the 2001 season. The game was played at Columbus Crew Stadium in Columbus, Ohio on October 21, 2001. San Jose won their first title, defeating their rivals Los Angeles 2-1 in overtime. Dwayne De Rosario scored the game-winning goal.

It was the first MLS Cup to match two teams from the same conference against each other, and the first MLS Cup to end with a Golden goal.

October 21, 2001
Los Angeles Galaxy 1 – 2 (AET) San Jose Earthquakes
Hernández Goal 21' Report Donovan Goal 43'
De Rosario Golden goal in the 96th minute 96'
Columbus Crew Stadium
Columbus, Ohio
Attendance: 21,626
Weather: Partly Cloudy, 68°F
Referee: Paul Tamberino




Lineups:
San Jose Earthquakes: Joe Cannon, Jimmy Conrad, Troy Dayak, Jeff Agoos, Wade Barrett, Ian Russell (Zak Ibsen),
Richard Mulrooney, Ronnie Ekelund, Ramiro Corrales, Ronald Cerritos (Dwayne DeRosario), Landon Donovan

Los Angeles Galaxy: Kevin Hartman, Ezra Hendrickson, Danny Califf, Greg Vanney, Paul Caligiuri (Adam Frye), Simon Elliott,
Mauricio Cienfuegos, Peter Vagenas, Sasha Victorine (Brian Mullan), Luis Hernandez, Cobi Jones

Most Valuable Player:
Dwayne DeRosario (San Jose Earthquakes)

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