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MAJOR LEAGUE SOCCER

2017/2018 Season

POS TEAM W D L PTS
1 Toronto 20 8 5 68
2 NYCFC 16 8 9 56
3 Chicago 16 7 10 55
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Morrow's historic hat trick tops Audi Index

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 By Ben Gladwell

Toronto's Sebastian Giovinco still hoping for Italy World Cup call-up

Sebastian Giovinco
Sebastian Giovinco has not played for Italy since Gian Piero Ventura was appointed.

Toronto forward Sebastian Giovinco says he has not yet given up hope of earning a recall to the Italy squad and has defended the competitiveness of Major League Soccer.

Giovinco has not been considered for selection by Gian Piero Ventura since he took over from Antonio Conte as Italy coach back in 2016. Conte had also stopped calling up the former Juventus forward, claiming that he was not being tested enough in North America.

Giovinco, who has scored 15 goals in 24 MLS appearances this season,...

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Returning to Toronto FC lifted Jozy Altidore out of his 'darkest three days'

Major League Soccer: Jozy Altidore (16') Toronto FC 1-0 Montreal Impact

Jozy Altidore says returning to play for Toronto FC helped him overcome "the darkest three days" of his life after the United States failed to qualify for the World Cup.

Altidore was in the U.S. team last week that lost to Trinidad and Tobago, a result that ensure the Americans will not be playing in Russia next summer.

But he returned to his club on Sunday -- scored the winning goal over the rival Montreal Impact as the Reds matched the MLS record for points in a season with 68 -- and said simply...

 By Jason Davis

Toronto ties MLS record for most points in a season, Seattle up to No. 2

A day of celebration for Supporters' Shield winners Toronto was made even better with a win over Montreal.

In the penultimate week of the 2017 regular season, four teams locked up their playoff berths while the league's best team took a big step toward a historic mark.

1. Toronto FC (no change): The Supporters Shield winners took possession of their silverware and tied the record for most points in a season with a 1-0 win over Montreal.

2. Seattle Sounders (+3): The defending champs bounced back after a rough pair of games with an emphatic 4-0 victory over FC Dallas, securing a playoff spot in...