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MAJOR LEAGUE SOCCER

2015/2016 Season

POS TEAM W D L PTS
4 Toronto 8 4 7 28
5 New England 7 7 9 28
6 Montreal 7 3 8 24
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Houston Dynamo rout LA Galaxy as Toronto FC rallies from three down

First half goals from Will Bruin and Brad Davis paved the way for the Houston Dynamo in their 3-0 win over the LA Galaxy.

Brad Davis had a goal and an assist in the first half, helping the Houston Dynamo beat the LA Galaxy 3-0 on Saturday night.

The Dynamo took control in the ninth minute when Will Bruin settled Davis' diagonal cross and smashed home a left-footer. Davis then added a long-range strike from behind the top of the circle in the 27th minute.

Leonel Miranda capped the scoring in the 88th minute, juking two Galaxy defenders and finishing with a chip shot.

The Galaxy entered the match in second place in the...

Revs equalize late in 2-2 road draw vs. Fire

The Revs' Teal Bunbury jostles with Chicago's David Accam for a first-half loose ball.
The Revs' Teal Bunbury jostles with Chicago's David Accam for a first-half loose ball.

Kelyn Rowe's late equalizer allowed the New England Revolution to pull off a 2-2 draw Saturday against the Chicago Fire at Toyota Park in Bridgeview, Illinois -- the Revs' first road point since early May.

Rowe, who came on as a 70th-minute substitute for Teal Bunbury, tapped through a Chris Tierney cross in the 77th minute. Rowe's goal came only moments after Razvan Cocis pounced on a rebound off the mitts of Brad Knighton to give the Fire the lead in the 75th minute.

Lee Nguyen opened the scoring...

Jermaine Jones training, hopes to see pitch soon for Revolution

Jermaine Jones suffered a groin strain that required bilateral sports-hernia surgery May 31.
Jermaine Jones suffered a groin strain that required bilateral sports-hernia surgery May 31.

The last time New England Revolution midfielder Jermaine Jones was on the pitch, he was lying on his back motioning for a substitution just after the half-hour mark of a 2-2 draw against the Los Angeles Galaxy on May 31.

Seven weeks after he suffered a groin strain that required bilateral sports-hernia surgery, Jones rejoined his teammates Monday for training, what he hopes is one of the final hurdles before his return to action.

"I'm happy to be around the guys now," Jones told the media Thursday....