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MAJOR LEAGUE SOCCER

2016/2017 Season

POS TEAM W D L PTS
6 NYC FC 2 4 3 10
7 New England 1 7 2 10
8 NY Red Bulls 3 0 6 9
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New England settles for 2-2 draw vs. Orlando City

New England Revolution forward Diego Fagundez (14) controls the ball during the first half against Orlando City SC at Gillette Stadium.
New England Revolution forward Diego Fagundez (14) controls the ball during the first half against Orlando City SC at Gillette Stadium.

FOXBOROUGH, Mass. - Revolution coach Jay Heaps felt like he had a good read on what to expect from Orlando City on Saturday. Yet, the Lions still managed to deny the locals of what looked like a surefire set of three points.

Just when it seemed like the Revolution were on their way to their second win of the season, Orlando City struck on a sequence that Heaps tried to warn his players about, forcing the locals to settle for a 2-2 draw.

In the 90th minute, Cyle Larin went deep down the right flank...

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

New York City FC defeated the Vancouver Whitecaps FC in an interesting matchup between East and West.

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...

Punchless Revs need own goal to draw Timbers

FOXBOROUGH, Mass. -- To New England Revolution coach Jay Heaps, there's a fine line between playing with urgency and flat-out rushing it. And on Wednesday, he saw far too much of the latter.

In a match in which his attack failed to record a single shot on goal during the first half, Heaps said he saw many instances in which his attack was trying too hard, and needed a late own goal just to salvage a 1-1 draw from the Portland Timbers.

"I think we're pressing a little bit," Heaps said. "When we're...

Montreal Impact levels late vs. NYCFC; Portland, New England draw as well

Goal! Vancouver Whitecaps FC 1, Sporting Kansas City 0. Christian Bolanos (Vancouver Whitecaps FC) left footed shot from the center of the box the top left corner.

Dominic Oduro scored in the opening seconds of stoppage time and the Montreal Impact escaped with a 1-1 draw against New York City FC on Wednesday night.

Montreal earned a free kick along the right sideline in the 90th minute and Didier Drogba sent the ball into the box. Two Impact players broke free, with Oduro getting his head on the ball and sending it just inside the post for his third goal.

New York City took the lead in the 51st minute on a great buildup that led to RJ Allen's first goal....

Revs' winless streak reaches five

Lamar Neagle scored on a penalty in the first half and D.C. United added two late goals to beat the Revs.

A late collapse erased any hopes the New England Revolution harbored at getting a result on Saturday as they fell 3-0 to D.C. United at RFK Stadium in Washington, D.C.

Despite conceding a 33rd-minute penalty to Lamar Neagle, the Revolution were able to mount a strong sequence of attacking soccer after the 80th minute, and were poised to equalize.

But any thought of a comeback came crashing down when Luciano Acosta chipped a brilliant ball over Bobby Shuttleworth in the 86th minute. A 90+2 minute Alvaro...