ESPN2's broadcast of the MLS Western Conference -- the Los Angeles-Houston game that was stopped twice because the lights went out -- was seen in an average of 538,000 television homes (700,000 people), based on a 0.5 rating, making it the most-watched MLS telecast ever on the network.

The previous record was in August 2007 for a regular-season match between Chivas USA and Los Angeles, seen in an average of 532,000 television homes (658,000), a 0.6 rating.

Additionally on ESPN Deportes, the Galaxy-Dynamo match was seen in an average of 73,000 Hispanic television homes (121,000), a 1.6 Hispanic coverage rating.

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