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MLS Week 2: Your Running Commentary

Photo by Matthew Emmons/USA Today Sports
Photo by Matthew Emmons/USA Today Sports

Week 2 of MLS action began on Friday night, but Saturday provides a full slate of action with seven games on the schedule.

The Houston Dynamo host FC Dallas in the Texas Derby, headlining MLS Week 2 action on Saturday. Colombian winger Fabian Castillo’s status remains up in the air ahead of the evening contest, but Mauro Diaz and Maxi Urruti should provide enough firepower for the road side. On the other side of the ball, Will Bruin, Giles Barnes and Cristian Maidana will look to create as many goals as they did against the New England Revolution a week ago.

The Revolution kick off Saturday’s festivities hosting a D.C. United team that fell, 4-1, to the LA Galaxy on opening day. D.C. United’s attack looked strong in the first half against the Galaxy, but the defense fell apart in the last 45 minutes. The Revolution are coming off of a three-goal performance, and will be looking to continue that scoring trend.

Out west, Real Salt Lake will be hoping to keep the Seattle Sounders, who lost to Sporting Kansas City on Sunday, from claiming their first point of the season.

If you will be watching today’s MLS action, please feel free to share your thoughts, opinions and some play-by-play in the comments section below.

Enjoy the action (Saturday’s MLS schedule is below):

3 p.m. — CSN New England/MLS Live — New England Revolution vs. D.C. United

4 p.m. — MSG+/MLS Live — Montreal Impact vs. New York Red Bulls

4 p.m. — MLS Live — Real Salt Lake vs. Seattle Sounders

7 p.m. — Altitude/MLS Live — Colorado Rapids vs. LA Galaxy

7:30 p.m. — TWCSC-OH/MLS Live — Columbus Crew vs. Philadelphia Union

8:30 p.m. — MLS Live — Sporting Kansas City vs. Vancouver Whitecaps

8:30 p.m. — ROOT Sports SW/MLS Live — Houston Dynamo vs. FC Dallas


  1. Watching Seattle vs rsl Jordan Morris looks outa place or uninterested, although Jordan Allen for rsl is looking great 1-1 at the half

    • Morris has not impressed in either game. His first touch is off and his movement hast been threatening like we’ve been accustomed to seeing with the Usmnt


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