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MAJOR LEAGUE SOCCER

2018/2019 Season

POS TEAM W D L PTS
2 Dallas 14 8 6 50
3 LAFC 13 8 7 47
4 Salt Lake 13 6 10 45
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Brandon Bye's late equalizer helps New England Revolution draw against LAFC

Brandon Bye scored in the 82nd minute Saturday as the visiting New England Revolution earned a 1-1 tie with Los Angeles Football Club.

After handing New York City FC their first home loss in their last road match on Sept. 5, the Revolution were able to hang around with LAFC before getting their reward against one of the Western Conference leaders.

Bye scored his first career goal, heading home a shot off a pass from forward Teal Bunbury, and the defense survived a late rush. Cristian Penilla nearly...

Carlos Vela scores twice as LAFC deal blow to Toronto FC's playoff hopes

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Toronto FC's chances of defending their MLS Cup title took a major hit after a 4-2 home loss to LAFC on Saturday night at BMO Field.

The defeat drops Toronto nine points behind Montreal for the sixth-and-final postseason spot in the Eastern Conference. With only seven games remaining in its season, Toronto has virtually no margin for error if it is to avoid missing the playoffs a year after hoisting the MLS Cup.

The win elevated LAFC to second place in the Western Conference, enhancing the expansion...

Father vs. son: Bob, Michael Bradley put family on hold as LAFC visits Toronto

The FC guys are in agreement with Alejandro Moreno that Toronto FC do not have enough in the tank to make the MLS playoffs.

Judging from his tone of voice, it's clear which part of this weekend's trip to Toronto LAFC coach Bob Bradley is most looking forward to.

On Saturday night, he will face off against his son, Michael, TFC's captain and do-everything midfielder. Believe it or not, given their widely intersecting journeys in the highest circles of American soccer, this is actually the first time the Bradleys will go head-to-head on opposite sides of a competitive game.

LAFC and TFC played against each other...