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21hJeff Carlisle

MLS sets league's Decision Day for Nov. 8

江苏快三彩票MLS announced the remainder of its regular season schedule, with each team playing nine more matches and concluding on Nov. 8.

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2dJeff Carlisle and Austin Lindberg

MLS Power Rankings: Columbus cements No. 1 status

It's as you were at the top of this week's MLS Power Rankings, with Columbus again leading the way, as things go from bad to worse in San Jose.

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2dTom Marshall

Almeyda: Gulf between Quakes, MLS big clubs

江苏快三彩票Earthquakes coach Matias Almeyda admitted that there is a gulf in quality between his team and recent opponents following a string of bad losses.

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Quioto sees red as Union cruise past Montreal

江苏快三彩票The Philadelphia Union took advantage of the Montreal Impact playing with 10 men most of the match to win 4-1 on Sunday night at Harrison, N.J.

Union down 10-man Montreal 4-1 (2:04)
Ale Moreno rips into Almeyda and struggling Earthquakes (2:00)
Hislop: We'll continue to dribble, but we won't shut up (3:05)
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Colorado Rapids defeat 10-man LA Galaxy

Cole Bassett and Jonathan Lewis scored goals for the Colorado Rapids in their 2-0 victory over the LA Galaxy Saturday night in Carson, Calif.

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Cavallini's winner lifts Whitecaps over RSL

江苏快三彩票Lucas Cavallini scored the game-winner late to help the visiting Vancouver Whitecaps edge Real Salt Lake 2-1 on Saturday night.

Rapids dominate LA Galaxy in 2-0 win (1:53)
Timbers relentless in 6-1 walloping of Earthquakes (2:01)
Whitecaps fend off 10-man RSL's late push (1:55)
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Toronto FC held to draw by D.C. United

江苏快三彩票Griffin Yow's goal in the 88th minute salvaged a point for D.C. United in a 2-2 draw with visiting Toronto FC on Saturday.

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Orlando City hammers Fire in torrential conditions

江苏快三彩票Orlando City SC extended its unbeaten run to six matches with a comfortable 4-1 win over the Chicago Fire in a wet affair at Exploria Stadium.

Nani & Orlando put out Fire 4-1 (2:01)
Dynamo come back from 2-0 down to draw with Minnesota (2:03)
Columbus Crew blank Nashville 2-0 (5:16)
D.C. United draw rivals Toronto in back-and-forth contest (2:03)

MLS Standings

Columbus Crew SC12831+1627
Philadelphia Union12732+1024
Orlando City SC12642+922
Toronto FC12642+622
New York City FC12525+117
Montreal Impact12516-216
New England Revolution12363-115
New York Red Bulls12426-514
Nashville SC11335-412
FC Cincinnati12336-912
Inter Miami CF12327-411
Atlanta United FC12327-511
DC United12255-611
Chicago Fire FC12237-109
Seattle Sounders FC11632+1621
Sporting Kansas City12624+520
FC Dallas11542+719
Minnesota United FC12534+418
Portland Timbers12534+118
Colorado Rapids12444016
Vancouver Whitecaps12507-715
LA Galaxy11434-115
Houston Dynamo12363+115
Real Salt Lake12354-414
San Jose Earthquakes12255-1611