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Toronto FC close in on first-ever playoff berth, Red Bulls top Crew

Toronto FC were able to inch closer to securing a spot in the playoffs winning their Major League Soccer match at home against the Philadelphia Union.

Sebastian Giovinco and Jozy Altidore scored as Toronto FC beat the Philadelphia Union 3-1 on Saturday to close in on the first playoff berth in franchise history.

Toronto improved to 14-13-4. Philadelphia (9-16-7) was eliminated from playoff contention.

Giovinco, taking his third free kick of the first half, converted in the 28th minute from the edge of the penalty box when his shot deflected off Raymon Gaddis in the wall and looped high into the far corner of the goal. Giovinco has 21 goals this...

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Portland Timbers' Will Johnson has screws removed from tibia

ESPN FC's Adrian Healey and Taylor Twellman give a preview of all the games to look out for in MLS this weekend.
Will Johnson is hoping to return for the Timbers' playoff push.

Portland Timbers midfielder Will Johnson had surgery to remove two screws from his right tibia, and will be out indefinitely as he recovers.

The Canada international broke his leg more than a year ago, and is hoping the procedure is the last step towards full recovery.

"I know that the level I got back to wasn't good enough to win playoff games, and that was the ultimate deciding factor to me, that if I could go through the procedure and maybe put in some more hard work and get back fitter, stronger,...

Didier Drogba scores 2 in Impact win; Sebastian Giovinco sets MLS record

Didier Drogba of the Montreal Impact scored two beautiful solo goals to help his team defeat DC united at home, with the final score ending 2-0 in Montreal.

Didier Drogba scored twice in the first 12 minutes and the Montreal Impact beat D.C. United 2-0 on Saturday to stretch their club-record unbeaten streak to six games.

Drogba had seven goals in six MLS games. In the fourth minute, he took a free kick after Taylor Kemp's handball and drilled it over the defensive wall and into the top corner.

Then the former Chelsea striker picked off a back pass, twisted defender Steve Birnbaum inside out and scored.

In the second half, Birnbaum stepped on the back...