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MLS Weekend Rewind: Week 21

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There were goals aplenty in this week’s MLS action, as four teams put up four goals each in high-powered showings.

A late equalizer from Hector Villalba salvaged a draw for Atlanta United, 1-1, against Orlando City. (READ)

A two-goal game from Kei Kamara boosted the New England Revolution to a 3-0 win over the Philadelphia Union. (READ)

Daniel Royer and the New York Red Bulls rolled to a 4-0 victory over the Montreal Impact. (READ)

The Vancouver Whitecaps blew out FC Dallas via Fredy Montero’s double in a 4-0 road win. (READ)

A late goal from Juan David Cabezas preserved the Houston Dynamo’s unbeaten home record in a 2-2 draw against the Portland Timbers. (READ)

Sporting Kansas City scored three to overcome the Chicago Fire, 3-2, in their first match without Dom Dwyer. (READ)

Minnesota United emerged victorious with a big 4-0 win over D.C. United. (READ)

The Columbus Crew rode an Ola Kamara brace to a 2-2 draw with Real Salt Lake. (READ)

A stunning strike from rookie Nick Lima earned the San Jose Earthquakes a 1-0 win over the Colorado Rapids. (READ)

The LA Galaxy settled for a scoreless draw in Sigi Schmid’s first match in charge against his former team, the Seattle Sounders. (READ)

A brace from Sebastian Giovinco earned Toronto FC a 4-0 win over New York City FC. (READ)

Daniel Royer is having fun in front of goal during his recent hot streak. (READ)

Familiar issues have hampered the Philadelphia Union during a brutal road stretch. (READ)

An embattled Kei Kamara could be the New England Revolution’s best shot at making the playoffs. (READ)

Sebastian Giovinco delivered another sterling performance against New York City FC in Toronto FC’s win. (READ)

New York City FC’s lack of consistency strikes again in a loss against Toronto FC. (READ)

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