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MLS Weekend Rewind: Week 3

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With week three all wrapped up, several teams continued to establish themselves as the real deal, while others have fans bracing for the long season ahead in unfulfilling fashion.

New York City FC missed several key opportunities as the Montreal Impact battled from behind at Yankee Stadium en route to a 1-1 draw. (READ)

Atlanta United continue to prove themselves to be legitimate contenders, this time dismantling the Chicago Fire in a big 4-0 victory. (READ)

Toronto FC didn’t need Sebastian Giovinco as Jozy Altidore shined in the team’s first win of the year over the Vancouver Whitecaps, 2-0. (READ)

Early season woes continue for D.C. United, as they remain goalless on the year in a 2-0 defeat at the hands of the Columbus Crew. (READ)

Cyle Larin is in mid-season form, as he recorded a brace in Orlando City’s 2-1 victory over the Philadelphia Union. (READ)

FC Dallas completed a rapid-fire comeback at the feet of Max Urruti over the New England Revolution, winning 2-1. (READ)

Sporting Kansas City earned a bit of good-luck, as David Bingham’s goalkeeping gaffe gifted them a 2-1 victory over the San Jose Earthquakes. (READ)

Minnesota United earned their first-ever point, pulling off an unlikely 10-man, 2-2 draw while visiting the Colorado Rapids. (READ)

The LA Galaxy made the most of a first half sending-off of Kyle Beckerman to put away Real Salt Lake, 2-1. (READ)

The Portland Timbers remained perfect as a big four-goal outburst secured the victory, 4-2, over the previously perfect Houston Dynamo. (READ)

The Seattle Sounders earned their first win of the young season, snapping the New York Red Bulls 18-match unbeaten run, 3-1. (READ)


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