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MAJOR LEAGUE SOCCER

2017/2018 Season

POS TEAM W D L PTS
1 Portland 3 0 1 9
2 Dallas 2 1 0 7
3 Houston 2 0 1 6
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 By Jason Davis

New England condemns Minnesota to inglorious record; Timbers toppled

Minnesota's early season woes continue to mount, as they conceded another bevy of goals from a high octane Revolution side.

The Week 4 pickings are necessarily slim with 16 teams off for the weekend due to the international window. That's a good thing, since it means fewer games impacted by call-ups. For those that did play, there were absences to navigate. Needless to say, some clubs handled the situation better than others. Here's a look at the three MLS matches of note from Saturday.

Maybe it wouldn't have even mattered if Minnesota United was at full strength for their trip to Gillette Stadium to face the New England...

ESPN FC  By ESPN staff

Columbus hands Timbers first loss as Minnesota's struggles in MLS continue

Portland were on the verge of earning a draw, before rookie Niko Hansen nabbed his first MLS goal to give Columbus the win

Columbus Crew SC handed the Portland Timbers their first loss of the season and moved top of the Eastern Conference with a 3-2 win on Saturday.

The Timbers had started the year with three straight wins but were undone by a late goal from substitute Niko Hansen, who was making his MLS debut.

Portland took the lead in the fourth minute when Sebastian Blanco played in Dairon Asprilla, who fired across the face of goal and just inside the far post.

But Columbus equalized seven minutes later when Justin...