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U.S. Open Cup quarterfinals set

Photo by John Geliebter/USA TODAY Sports
Photo by John Geliebter/USA TODAY Sports

The U.S. Open Cup Round of 16 concluded on Wednesday night as seven MLS teams booked their spot in the quarterfinal round, which is set for July 20. However, one NASL team remains in the field following a thrilling victory over a local rival.

An early finish from Raul Mendiola led the LA Galaxy to a 1-0 win over the Portland Timbers. (READ)

It took extra time, but a Maxi Urruti goal in the 96th minute lifted FC Dallas to a  2-1 win over the Colorado Rapids. (READ)

The Fort Lauderdale Strikers upset Orlando City on a 120th minute goal from PC, giving the NASL side a 2-1 road win. (READ)

Sporting Kansas City’s title defense fell short, as the reigning U.S. Open Cup Champions fell, 3-1, to the Houston Dynamo. (READ)

Teal Bunbury and Kei Kamara combined to create a pair of late goals to lead the New England Revolution to a comeback win over the New York Cosmos. (READ)

The Philadelphia Union utilized a second half push to topple the New York Red Bulls, 2-1, at Talen Energy Stadium. (READ)

Backup goalkeeper Tyler Miller played hero to lead the Seattle Sounders past Real Salt Lake. (READ)

David Accam scored a pair of goals to lead the Chicago Fire to a 2-1 win over the Columbus Crew. (READ)


Chicago Fire vs. Fort Lauderdale Strikers

New England Revolution vs. Philadelphia Union

Houston Dynamo vs. FC Dallas

LA Galaxy vs. Seattle Sounders

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