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MAJOR LEAGUE SOCCER

2016/2017 Season

POS TEAM W D L PTS
1 Colorado 5 2 2 17
2 Dallas 5 2 3 17
3 San Jose 4 3 2 15
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ESPN FC  By ESPN staff

NYCFC returns to winning ways as Jordan Morris lifts Sounders to victory

David Villa put his side ahead with a beautiful scissor-kick from an Andrea Pirlo corner.

David Villa scored twice as New York City FC won its first game since the season opener, 3-2 over the Vancouver Whitecaps at Yankee Stadium on Saturday.

Vancouver took the lead after just 37 seconds as Octavio Rivero pounced on a loose ball following a gaffe by NYCFC keeper Josh Saunders.

But Villa found the net twice in a six-minute span, including with a remarkable scissor kick to give the home side the lead in the 41st minute.

Christian Bolanos drew Vancouver back level in the second half, but Stiven...

ESPN FC  By ESPN staff

Tim Howard to start Everton's final two home games before joining MLS

Don Hutchison delivers his verdict on whether Roberto Martinez deserves a future at Everton.

Tim Howard will return to goal for Everton for the Toffees' two final home games before he joins the Colorado Rapids in MLS.

The U.S. international keeper has been with Everton for 10 seasons but lost his starting spot to Joel Robles earlier this year and announced he will return to his homeland in March.

And Everton plan to honour the 37-year-old for his service by restoring him to the starting XI for two games remaining at Goodison Park.

Howard will start on Saturday against Bournemouth as well...

 By Jason Davis

Red Bulls battle FC Dallas, Jones firing for Rapids, LA Galaxy alive and well

MLS Review: Watch all the goals and highlights from Week 9's midweek action.

As another weekend of Major League Soccer action gets set to kick off, Jason Davis looks around the league to preview matches and storylines you should be following.

Clash of 2015 powers

In what looks like the marquee matchup of the weekend, the defending Supporters' Shield winners will try to continue their resurgence against the team they narrowly beat out for the points title in 2015. New York hosts FC Dallas at a Red Bull Arena on Friday night, a game that should make clear if Jesse Marsch's...

NY Red Bulls rally, LA looking scary, Colorado and Philadelphia surprising

Relive the most exciting moments from Week 8 in Major League Soccer.

With the eighth weekend of the MLS season in the books, Doug McIntyre takes a look around the league at the top stories from the weekend.

Red Bulls smash out of slump

When Orlando City's Cyle Larin scored less than three minutes into Sunday's match at Red Bull Arena, it looked as if the hosts' misery would continue. The Red Bulls, last year's Supporters Shield winners, entered the match in Harrison, New Jersey, having lost six of their first seven, good for the worst start in the club's 21-year...