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MAJOR LEAGUE SOCCER

2017/2018 Season

POS TEAM W D L PTS
7 Houston 10 9 10 39
8 Dallas 9 11 9 38
9 Minnesota 9 5 15 32
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Pareja's project at a crossroads as Dallas' season spirals out of control

Minnesota United put on an impressive attacking display to cruise past 10-man FC Dallas.

It's perhaps the most inexplicable freefall in MLS. Not LA Galaxy -- whose own fall from grace was foreshadowed by the creaking, top-heavy roster in Bruce Arena's last year as head coach -- but FC Dallas.

Dallas entered the season as a team of freewheeling young talents with their best years in front of them; U.S. Open Cup champions, Supporters' Shield holders and among the favorites to repeat the latter and take the next step to MLS Cup. They enter the closing stretch of the season on the back...

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Toronto suffers late loss at Revolution; D.C.'s Patrick Mullins scores four goals

Kei Kamara proved the winner in New England and Toronto's late back-and-forth goal exchange.

Toronto FC missed a chance to secure the MLS Supporters' Shield on Saturday, falling 2-1 to the New England Revolution.

Needing a victory to claim the trophy for best regular-season record for the first time in club history, Toronto quickly answered New England's 82nd-minute opener, only for Kei Kamara to net the winner in the 87th.

With Toronto again resting stars Sebastian Giovinco and Jozy Altidore, it was largely a drab affair until Lee Nguyen found the breakthrough with a deflected shot for...