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MLS Weekend Rewind: Week 25

Photo by Troy Wayrynen/USA TODAY Sports
Photo by Troy Wayrynen/USA TODAY Sports

The Portland Timbers cruised to a statement win, while FC Dallas came from behind to continue their stay atop the West. In the East, Patrick Mullins shined while the Montreal Impact shocked Toronto FC at BMO Field.

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

Led by a pair of goals from Kaka, Orlando City toppled NYCFC, 2-1, to remain in the playoff hunt. (READ)

A four-goal first half pushed the Portland Timbers to a 4-2 win over the Seattle Sounders. (READ)

Bradley Wright-Phillips scored the lone goal as the New York Red Bulls toppled the New England Revolution, 1-0. (READ)

Despite going down to 10 men, the Montreal Impact claimed their first win at BMO Field with a 1-0 result over Toronto FC. (READ)

Wil Trapp and David Bingham left with injuries as the Columbus Crew defeated the San Jose Eartuquakes, 2-1. (READ)

Patrick Mullins fired a hat-trick in a 6-2 D.C. United win over the Chicago Fire. (READ)

Michael Barrios fired a brace as FC Dallas came from behind to take down the Houston Dynamo, 2-1. (READ)

A pair of second half goals saw the Philadelphia Union defeat nine-man Sporting Kansas City. (READ)

The LA Galaxy and Vancouver Whitecaps battled to a scoreless draw. (READ)

Yura Movsisyan provided two goals as Real Salt Lake defeated the Colorado Rapids. (READ)

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