Without its biggest star, New York City FC kicked off a busy weekend in MLS with an emphatic victory against the Colorado Rapids, while Orlando City SC kicked off the Jason Kreis era with an impressive three point-performance. Here’s a closer look at all of this past weekend’s MLS action:
Frank Lampard’s hat-trick paced New York City FC to a 5-1 win against the Colorado Rapids at Yankee Stadium. (REPORT)
Sporting KC captured a 1-0 victory against the Portland Timbers behind Jacob Peterson’s 50th minute finish. (REPORT)
Sebastian Lletget’s second-half goal gave the LA Galaxy a 1-1 tie against the Seattle Sounders. (REPORT)
FC Dallas continued its dominance in the West on Sunday with a 2-0 win against the Vancouver Whitecaps. (REPORT)
Kevin Molino’s pair of goals gave Orlando City SC a 3-1 win against the New England Revolution in the team’s first match with Jason Kreis as head coach. (REPORT)
Real Salt Lake won 2-1 on the road against the Philadelphia Union after a pair of goals from Joao Plata and Javier Morales. (REPORT)
Hernan Bernardiello’s second-half stunner pulled 10-man Montreal Impact level with D.C. United in a 1-1 tie at RFK Stadium. (REPORT)
Bradley Wright-Phillips netted a late equalizer for the New York Red Bulls as the team tied the Chicago Fire, 2-2. (REPORT)
Sebastian Giovinco continued his brilliance on Sunday night after recording a goal and two assists in Toronto FC‘s 3-0 win over Columbus Crew SC. (REPORT)
Chris Wondolowski’s finish in the dying minutes secured a point for the San Jose Earthquakes, as they tied the Houston Dynamo, 1-1. (REPORT)
What did you think of this weekend’s MLS action? Which teams looked the most impressive? What was the most worrisome aspect of the weekend?
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