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MAJOR LEAGUE SOCCER

2018/2019 Season

POS TEAM W D L PTS
7 Philadelphia 7 3 9 24
8 Chicago 6 5 10 23
9 Orlando 7 1 11 22
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FC DallasFC Dallas
Chicago FireChicago Fire
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Chicago FireChicago Fire
Philadelphia UnionPhiladelphia Union
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Vancouver WhitecapsVancouver Whitecaps
Chicago FireChicago Fire
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Chicago FireChicago Fire
New York City FCNew York City FC
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Seattle Sounders FCSeattle Sounders FC
Chicago FireChicago Fire
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Chicago FireChicago Fire
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U.S. Open Cup: Houston Dynamo, Philadelphia Union book places semifinals

Romell Quioto and Mauro Manotas each scored twice, accounting for three second-half goals within 22 minutes, as the host Houston Dynamo overcame an early deficit to storm past Sporting Kansas City 4-2, sending the defending U.S. Open Cup champions out in the quarterfinals on Wednesday night.

SKC's Johnny Russell got the champs on the board first at BBVA Compass Stadium with a goal in the second minute. The lead held up for more than a half hour, until Quioto evened it up in the 35th minute. Twenty...

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MLS: 42 goals in 90 seconds

Check out every goal from Week 20 in MLS, including Paul Arriola's big night at D.C.'s new home and Dom Dwyer helping Orlando City end its slump.

FC Dallas defeats 10-man Chicago Fire to claim Brimstone Cup

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FC Dallas were back to their best after last week's defeat at RSL, brushing aside Chicago 3-1 in Frisco for their 11th win of the season.

Kellyn Acosta scored his first goal of the season shortly after coming on as a substitute as host FC Dallas defeated the 10-man Chicago Fire 3-1 Saturday night to claim the Brimstone Cup.

Acosta entered the game in the 69th minute, one minute before Chicago defender Drew Conner picked up his second yellow card to force the Fire to play shorthanded the rest of the way.

Acosta took a pass from Victor Ulloa and blasted a 20-yard shot into the bottom right corner of the net, past the outstretched fingers...