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MLS Weekend Rewind: Week 13

Photo by Mike DiNovo/USA Today Sports
Photo by Mike DiNovo/USA Today Sports

The Montreal Impact fended off one of the Western Conferences best sides on Saturday, defeating the LA Galaxy, while New York City FC continued their struggles against Orlando City SC.

Here’s a closer look at all of this past weekend’s MLS action:

Alhaji Kamara’s first goal for D.C. United helped Ben Olson’s side past Sporting KC on Friday night, 1-0. (REPORT)

The Houston Dynamo picked up a point on Saturday, after earning a 1-1 tie against the Vancouver Whitecaps on the road. (REPORT)

Bradley Wright-Phillips kept the New York Red Bulls hot at Red Bull Arena, netting  a hat trick in the team’s 3-0 win over Toronto FC. (REPORT)

The New England Revolution pulled off a crucial 2-1 win over the Seattle Sounders at Gillette Stadium. (REPORT)

Goals from David Accam and Diego Valeri couldn’t create any separation between the Chicago Fire and the Portland Timbers, as the teams tied 1-1. (REPORT)

The Montreal Impact pulled out a thrilling 3-2 win on Saturday night behind Didier Drogba’s late winner vs. LA Galaxy. (REPORT)

Ola Kamara’s first career MLS hat trick provided Columbus Crew SC with a vital win against Real Salt Lake, in a thrilling 4-3 matchup. (REPORT)

The MLS leaders Colorado Rapids tied the Eastern Conference-leading Philadelphia Union, 1-1, on Saturday night.

The San Jose Earthquakes tied FC Dallas 0-0, as the two sides remain in the Western Conference playoff picture.

Orlando City SC picked up a point against New York City FC, after Kevin Molino’s last-minute equalizer gave the road side the 2-2 tie. (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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