New York City FC picked up their third straight victory on Sunday, giving them a share of the Eastern Conference lead. The Vancouver Whitecaps and Toronto FC, meanwhile, shared some of the weekend’s best moments in a seven-goal affair at BMO Field. Here’s a closer look at all of this past weekend’s MLS action:
D.C. United moved into a playoff position in the East with a 2-0 win over the struggling New York Red Bulls. (REPORT)
C.J. Sapong’s goal in the 24th minute cancelled out a Didier Drogba finish as the Philadelphia Union and Montreal Impact played a 1-1 tie. (REPORT)
The Columbus Crew tied 1-1 against the West-leading Colorado Rapids, their first match since trading Kei Kamara to the Revolution. (REPORT)
The New England Revolution picked up their second win of the season, with a 2-0 victory against fellow Eastern Conference foe Chicago Fire. (REPORT)
Kekuta Manneh showed up in a big way for the Vancouver Whitecaps, scoring twice and adding an assist in a massive 4-3 win over Toronto FC. (REPORT)
FC Dallas continued their impressive home form over the weekend, defeating the Seattle Sounders 2-0 behind goals from Mauro Diaz and Michael Barrios. (REPORT)
Giles Barnes tallied the Houston Dynamo‘s lone goal, but it was enough to top Real Salt Lake 1-0 on Sunday afternoon. (REPORT)
Sporting KC battled back for a crucial three points against Orlando City SC, snapping a seven-match winless run in their 2-1 win. (REPORT)
Tommy McNamara’s stunning effort from distance gave New York City FC a tight 2-1 victory over the Portland Timbers at Providence Park. (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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