MLS Weekend Rewind: Week 7

MLS Weekend Rewind: Week 7

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MLS Weekend Rewind: Week 7

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Photo by Ron Chenoy/USA Today Sports

Photo by Ron Chenoy/USA Today Sports

The Columbus Crew finally found a win in 2016 after seven weeks of MLS action, while Real Salt Lake remained the league’s only unbeaten team. Here’s a look at all 10 match stories from over the weekend on SBI:

Giovani Dos Santos scored two goals and provided one assist to lead the LA Galaxy to a 4-1 thrashing of the Houston Dynamo at BBVA Compass Stadium on Friday. (REPORT)

Ignacio Piatti scored a stoppage-time winner to lift the Montreal Impact over the Chicago Fire in a 2-1 result at Toyota Park on Saturday. (REPORT)

Sebastian Giovinco’s first-minute goal was enough to see Toronto FC earn a 1-0 win against D.C. United at RFK Stadium on Saturday. (REPORT)

Jermaine Jones returned from his six-game ban and turned in a Man of the Match performance to help the Colorado Rapids take down the New York Red Bulls, 2-1, at Dick’s Sporting Goods Park on Saturday. (REPORT)

Jordan Morris scored his first professional goal en route to helping the Seattle Sounders claim an important 2-1 win against the visiting Philadelphia Union on Saturday. (REPORT)

Fanendo Adi scored a double to see the Portland Timbers top the San Jose Earthquakes, 3-1, at Providence Park on Saturday. (REPORT)

The Columbus Crew secured their first win of the MLS season in a 3-2 result against New York City FC at MAPFRE Stadium on Saturday. (REPORT)

Some questionable calls by center official Baldomero Toledo led to Orlando City SC and the New England Revolution tying, 2-2, at the Citrus Bowl on Sunday. (REPORT)

Real Salt Lake edged the Vancouver Whitecaps, 1-0, thanks to a goal from Juan “Burrito” Martinez in the second half at Rio Tinto Stadium. (REPORT)

Mauro Rosales curled in a quality free kick to lead FC Dallas past Sporting Kansas City in a 2-1 result at Toyota Stadium on Sunday. (REPORT)

Which result surprised you the most? When will Real Salt Lake’s unbeaten run end?

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