FRISCO, Texas -- Javier Morales scored a goal and set up Ned Grabavoy and Olmes Garcia to help Real Salt Lake beat FC Dallas 3-0 Saturday night for the franchise's first win in the state of Texas.
At 11-5-4 Real Salt Lake, is unbeaten in its last eight games. Josh Saunders and Jeff Attinella made three saves each for RSL with Nick Rimando away on national team duty. Saunders had to leave in the 50th minute due to a knee injury.
Salt Lake was 0-11-2 record at Dallas and 0-8-1 in Houston.
Dallas (8-5-7) is winless in its last seven games, with just four points, and lost at home for the first time this season.
Grabavoy's fourth goal of the season made it 2-0 in the 79th minute and Garcia, who didn't enter the match until the 70th minute, tacked on his fifth of the year in the 90th to seal the victory.
After Dallas controlled most of the action through the first half, Salt Lake seized the lead in the 39th minute on Morales' fifth goal of the season. On the counter-attack following a Dallas free kick keep in Salt Lake territory, Morales swept in off the left wing, popping a low shot between the legs of Dallas defender Zach Loyd from eight yards out that rolled just inside the far post.
Grabavoy's goal came on a blazing 10-yard shot, off a nice pass from Abdoulie Mansally, that beat Dallas goalkeeper Raul Fernandez into the upper right corner of the net.
Garcia put the finishing touches on the game when his shot from 15 yards out bounced through several bodies and beat the diving Fernandez just inside the right post.
Dallas had the match's first scoring chance in the 11th minute, when Fabian Castillo drilled a 10-yard shot that forced Saunders to made a solid save, punching the ball just over the crossbar.
Saunders made another big stop in the 29th minute, diving to his left to stop Castillo's 18-yard blast.
Saunders was first hurt in the 41st minute after leaping up for a ball and then landing awkwardly. After staying down for a bit, Saunders stayed in the game, but didn't take any more goal kicks for the remainder of the first half.
It was after his first goal kick of the second half, in the 49th minute, that he went down again clutching his left knee again, that he finally came out.
Castillo will be suspended for FC Dallas' next contest for yellow card accumulation after being shown one in stoppage time.
International duty prevented each team from fielding a full lineup, as Dallas was without forward and leading scorer Blas Perez (Panama), while Salt Lake missed Rimando, star midfielder Kyle Beckerman, defender Tony Beltran (all USA) and forward Alvaro Saborio (Costa Rica).
* DYNAMO 2, REVOLUTION 1: At Foxborough, Mass., Midfielder Adam Moffatt scored two second-half goals and the Houston Dynamo earned a victory over New England.
Moffatt scored his first goal in the 49th minute, a 25-yard left-footed drive from atop the penalty box area after New England was unable to successfully clear a corner kick taken by the Dynamo's Andrew Driver.
Moffatt regained the lead for Houston (8-6-5) in the 79th minute, a right-footed shot atop the penalty box area, which banged off the right post and off New England goalkeeper Bobby Shuttleworth into the net.
Houston had won just one of its previous eight matches (1-4-3), scoring just three goals over that span, including a scoreless streak of 388 minutes over four matches.
New England (6-6-6) had its second loss in nine matches (4-2-3), a span in which it has scored 17 goals.
New England tied it at 1-1 in the 56th minute when striker Saer Sene scored his second goal in as many matches, a goal-mouth rebound off the hands of Houston goalkeeper Tally Hall off a shot out of the far right corner taken by Diego Fagundez.
New England, which won 2-0 at Houston on May 18 earlier this season, played short-handed over the final eight minutes as reserve forward Dimitry Imbongo was given a red card.
Neither team generated a shot on goal during the first half, New England had five attempts and Houston had two, along with four corner kicks by the Dynamo.
Houston was without its two top players, leading scorer Will Bruin (four goals, four assists) and defender Corey Ashe, both with the U.S. men's national team.
* RED BULLS 4, IMPACT 0: A Harrison, N.J., Thierry Henry had a goal and two assists to give the New York Red Bulls a victory over Montreal.
Eric Alexander, Tim Cahill and Peguy Luyindula also scored for the Red Bulls (9-7-4, 31 points), who climbed into a first-place tie with the Impact (9-5-4, 31 points) in the MLS' Eastern Conference.
Alexander scored in the 10th minute, with an assist going to Henry. Henry scored in the 16th minute, giving the Red Bulls a two-goal cushion.
Cahill made it 3-0 with his fifth goal of the season, a header off a corner kick from Henry in the second half.
Luyindula capped the scoring with a penalty kick in the 87th minute.
It was Luyindula's first career MLS goal.
The four-goal outburst ties a season high for New York. The Red Bulls also scored four goals in a 4-1 win over New England April 20.
Luis Robles made four saves for his sixth shutout of the season and his second straight at home. Montreal is winless in its past four games, going 0-2-2 during that stretch.
The first few minutes were played at a tentative pace, but then the Red Bulls put the heat on and enjoyed their best first half of the season, displaying great ball movement and playing an aggressive style on defense.
* SPORTING KC 3, TORONTO FC 0: At Kansas City, Kan., Soony Saad scored twice, his first goals in almost two years, and Sporting Kansas City moved into first place in the Eastern Conference with a victory over shorthanded Toronto FC.
Claudio Bieler also scored for Sporting (9-5-6), which ran its unbeaten streak to five in front of a Sporting Park-record crowd of 21,126.
Toronto (2-9-7), which played a man down after Reggie Lambe was given a straight red card in the 56th minute, is winless in its last four.
Saad put Sporting up 1-0 in the 21st minute, scoring from outside the area on an assist from Seth Sinovic, and made it 2-0 in the 51st with a putback of Graham Zusi's saved shot.
They were his first goals in MLS since he scored on his league debut on Aug. 17, 2011.
Bieler scored in the 63rd, tapping in Benny Feilhaber's pass from point-blank range for his club-leading ninth goal of the season.
Jimmy Nielsen recorded his eighth shutout, moving him into a three-way tie for the league lead. It was the first time Sporting hadn't conceded a goal since a 1-0 victory at Houston on May 12.