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MLS Weekend Rewind: Week 17

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A rescinded red card, the firing of a coach, and a last-gasp equalizer made for another eventful week across MLS.

Drew Moor and Sebastian Giovinco helped lead Toronto FC to a 2-0 win over the New England Revolution. (READ)

FC Dallas and the Houston Dynamo played to a 1-1 draw, splitting points for the second time this season. (READ)

NYCFC toppled the New York Red Bulls, 2-0, to earn the club’s first win at Red Bull Arena. (READ)

Andre Blake’s heroics helped the Philadelphia Union top D.C. United, 1-0, behind a Fafa Picault goal. (READ)

Atlanta United edged the Colorado Rapids on Josef Martinez’s goal in a 1-0 win. (READ)

The Columbus Crew fired three second half goals in a  4-1 trouncing of the Montreal Impact. (READ)

David Accam’s hat-trick helped push the Chicago Fire to a 4-0 win over Orlando City. (READ)

Minnesota United’s defenders helped guide the Loons to a come-from-behind 2-2 draw against the Vancouver Whitecaps. (READ)

Sporting KC opened up a five-point gap atop the West with a 2-1 win over the LA Galaxy. (READ)

Danny Hoesen and Marco Urena each provided a goal in the San Jose Earthquakes’ 2-1 win over Real Salt Lake. (READ)

Clint Dempsey fired a last-gasp equalizer to earn the 10-man Seattle Sounders a 2-2 draw with the rival Portland Timbers. (READ)

Drew Moor continues to fly under the radar while guiding Toronto FC towards the top of MLS. (READ)

Haris Medunjanin helped talk D.C. United’s Luciano Acosta out of a red card in a bizarre incident. (READ)

Jesse Marsch claimed that his trip to Europe had nothing to do with the Red Bulls’ issues on Saturday. (READ)

Marsch blamed the Red Bulls’ execution, not the team’s system, for the loss although indicators say the team’s current playing style isn’t working. (READ)

Physicality and sacrifice helped NYCFC push past their rivals in a massive away win. (READ)

Andre Blake’s spectacular effort helped guide the Union once again. (READ)

The San Jose Earthquakes parted ways with head coach Dominic Kinnear. (READ)

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