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MLS Weekend Rewind: Week 7

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With week seven of the MLS season in the books, some surprising results headlined the action around the league.

New York City FC took down the struggling Philadelphia Union, 2-0, capped by a stunning 50-yard David Villa chip over Andre Blake. (READ)

The Vancouver Whitecaps took down Cascadia rivals, the Seattle Sounders, in a 2-1 victory thanks to a brace from former Sounder Fredy Montero. (READ)

The San Jose Earthquakes earned a point at home against FC Dallas, 1-1, on a last-second goal from Jahmir Hyka. (READ)

The Montreal Impact managed to seize all three points against 10-man Atlanta United, 2-1, thanks to a stoppage time goal from Anthony Jackson-Hamel. (READ)

Orlando City continued their hot start, defeating the LA Galaxy, 2-1, on a stoppage-time winner from Cyle Larin. (READ)

The Chicago Fire, led by goals from Nemanja Nikolic and Bastian Schweinsteiger, earned a comprehensive 3-0 victory over the New England Revolution. (READ)

The New York Red Bulls ended their four-match skid, defeating long-time rivals D.C. United, 2-0, behind goals from Alex Muyl and Bradley Wright-Phillips. (READ)

The Columbus Crew continued their strong start, coming from behind to beat Toronto FC,2-1, with goals Ola Kamara and Justin Meram providing the goals. (READ)

Minnesota United battled from behind to earn a point on the road from the Houston Dynamo, 2-2, with Christian Ramirez and Johan Venegas finding the back of the net. (READ)

Real Salt Lake continued their perfect start to the Mike Petke era, earning a 2-1 win over the Colorado Rapids thanks to Brooks Lennon’s late winner. (READ)

In a battle of early season contenders, Sporting Kansas City emerged victorious over the Portland Timbers, 1-0,  on Dom Dwyer’s second-half strike. (READ)

David Villa’s teammates were in awe over the New York City FC striker’s 50-yard chip over Andre Blake in the team’s 2-0 win. (READ)

Philadelphia Union coach Jim Curtin is trying to focus on the positives after the Union’s tough 2-0 loss to NYCFC. (READ)

Kellyn Acosta’s growth has been vital to FC Dallas’ unbeaten start. (READ)

Despite their penchant for late goals, the San Jose Earthquakes aren’t embracing the ‘Goonies’ comparison just yet. (READ)

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