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MAJOR LEAGUE SOCCER

2017/2018 Season

POS TEAM W D L PTS
3 NY Red Bulls 4 1 3 13
4 Toronto 3 4 1 13
5 Atlanta 3 2 2 11
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ESPN FC  By ESPN staff

Toronto FC downs Houston Dynamo with Jozy Altidore double

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Jozy Altidore scored twice after great team buildups as Toronto picked up three points at home against Houston.

Jozy Altidore struck twice in the first half to lead Toronto FC to a 2-0 win over the Houston Dynamo at BMO Field on Friday night.

Altidore wasted no time getting the hosts on the board in the 16th minute, picking up a Raheem Edwards pass and smashing home past Alex Bono to put Toronto up 1-0 early on in the match.

Toronto, struggling to start the season, doubled its advantage in the 32nd minute with a stellar combination between Altidore and Sebastian Giovinco. The Italian played Altidore in over...

 By Jason Davis

Nagbe, Giovinco have breakout performances; Union still winless

From Darlington Nagbe's stunner to Cyle Larin's brace, relive all the goals from Week 8 in MLS.
Sebastian Giovinco capped a brace with a brilliant free kick to lead Toronto FC past the Chicago Fire.
NYCFC made a late push but could not overcome the 2-goal deficit created from Orlando City's Cyle Larin.

With another round of Major League Soccer in the books, here's who fired and who failed this weekend:

Heroes

The frustration with Portland Timbers midfielder Darlington Nagbe that is so routinely expressed by Portland fans and Nagbe admirers alike is about one thing: His maddening unwillingness to use his ample gifts to take over games. Sure, the Timbers have Diego Valeri to do the bulk of the creative work, but Nagbe's combination of speed and technique screams for him to shine more in the final...