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MAJOR LEAGUE SOCCER

2015/2016 Season

POS TEAM W D L PTS
1 LA Galaxy 13 7 8 46
2 Vancouver 14 3 10 45
3 Dallas 12 5 8 41
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MLS: NYCFC wins 5-3

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Earthquakes stay hot to beat D.C. while Didier Drogba debuts in Impact's loss

DC United gives up three points at home after a pair of goals by the San Jose Earthquakes.

Chris Wondolowski scored his 12th goal of the season four minutes into the game and the San Jose Earthquakes beat Eastern Conference-leading D.C. United 2-0 on Saturday.

Coming off a 5-0 win at Sporting Kansas City, the Earthquakes grabbed the lead when Fatai Alashe punched a pass to the right side of the goal box and Wondolowski was able to turn on the ball and right-foot a shot into the bottom of the far corner.

Shea Salinas added his second goal of the year in the 52nd minute.

San Jose had a...

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Pedro Morales signs contract extension with Vancouver Whitecaps

Pedro Morales will stay with Vancouver for the foreseeable future.

The Vancouver Whitecaps have re-signed captain Pedro Morales to a multi-year contract extension, the MLS club announced on Tuesday.

The team did not reveal terms or length of the new deal. 

"Since Pedro joined our team at the beginning of last season, he has been nothing short of a top player and professional," Whitecaps coach Carl Robinson said in a statement. "Pedro is instrumental to the success of this club and a true leader for our young group of players."

The Chilean-born Morales, 30,...

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Honours even for Impact, Whitecaps in Canadian Championship final

Montreal Impact's Maxim Tissot, right, challenges Vancouver Whitecaps' Tim Parker during the first leg of the Canadian Championship final.

Laurent Ciman and Anthony Jackson-Hamel scored late to help the Montreal Impact draw with the Vancouver Whitecaps 2-2 on Wednesday night in the first leg of the Canadian Championship final.

Ciman scored for the defending champions in the 84th minute and Jackson-Hamel tied it in the 85th after Darren Mattocks and Pedro Morales had put the Whitecaps two goals up in the second half.

The second leg is Aug. 26 at B.C. Place in Vancouver.

The winner will advance to the 2016-17 CONCACAF Champions Leag...