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Major League Soccer

MLS Power Rankings: New York Red Bulls go to top, Portland Timbers fall

ESPN FC's Alejandro Moreno awards this week's Major League Soccer awards, including the goal of the week to Dillon Serna's stunning strike.

Wins were hard to come by for teams at the top of ESPN's MLS Power Rankings, but the New York Red Bulls' impressive comeback from two goals down against D.C. United allowed them to remain unbeaten and claim the top spot...

1. New York Red Bulls (+1)

The Red Bulls stayed unbeaten with a spirited fight back from two goals down to tie D.C. United. With its next three games at home, New York is poised to create some early separation in the Eastern Conference.

2. D.C. United (+1)

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 By Jason Davis

Rapids' attack explodes, Kaka gets some help, Philly earns first win

ESPN FC's Alejandro Moreno awards this week's Major League Soccer awards, including the goal of the week to Dillon Serna's stunning strike.

Suddenly, the most interesting thing in Denver isn't Pablo Mastroeni's time-bending mustache. By virtue of a 4-0 win over FC Dallas on Friday night, the Rapids now look like a team actually interested in joining the rest of MLS in the 2015 competition. Welcome aboard, Rapids. Those four goals were the first Colorado has scored all year.

It's not entirely fair to say that the Rapids were mere bystanders before notching the win on national TV. They did manage to keep three clean sheets before...

U.S. goal helps Agudelo; Toronto FC's familiar issues; Sounders on alert

ESPN FC's Taylor Twellman discusses Juan Agudelo following his goal and strong showing in the United States' 2-0 victory over Mexico.

A selection of intriguing Major League Soccer storylines to watch this weekend:

New England hope to see more goals from Agudelo

Now that New England Revolution forward Juan Agudelo has his first goal for the U.S. national team in more than four years -- he scored the second goal in the 2-0 win vs. Mexico -- the question is this: Could the strike lead to an uptick in production from Agudelo with the Revs?

The answer could come as soon as Sunday, when New England visits the Philadelphia Union at PPL...