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MAJOR LEAGUE SOCCER

2017/2018 Season

POS TEAM W D L PTS
1 Toronto 11 7 3 40
2 Chicago 11 5 4 38
3 NYCFC 11 4 6 37
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Bastian Schweinsteiger to captain MLS All-Stars vs. Real Madrid

Quite a few notable names have made the MLS All-Star fan XI, so take a look back at their top highlights so far.
Herculez Gomez reacts to the MLS fan XI ahead of the All-Star Game against Real Madrid and points out a few snubs.
Sporting KC's Graham Zusi is slated to appear in his fifth MLS All-Star Game with this year's opponent being Real Madrid.

Chicago Fire midfielder Bastian Schweinsteiger will captain the MLS All-Star side that takes on Real Madrid after winning a fans' vote.

Schweinsteiger, 32, will line up alongside Tim Howard, Michael Bradley, Kaka, David Villa and others to face European champions Real on Aug. 2.

In a video message posted on his Instagram page, he said: "Hello fans, I want to say thank you for voting me for the MLS All-Star game and also for voting me to be captain for that match. It means a lot for me.

"It's a big...

Success of Chicago, Toronto shows MLS clubs must adapt or be left behind

From Hector Villalba's game winner to Kyle Beckerman's long-distance strike, relive the goal fest that was Week 20.

It has been a strangely undefined MLS season so far. Or at least, there has been a sense that traditional balances of power no longer hold sway, even as it remains unclear exactly where or how the new power bases are going to develop.

Of course, there has been the much-noted shift of emphasis from West to East, with Chicago and Toronto looking like the two class teams of the league. Even the Western front-runners, FC Dallas and Sporting Kansas City, are as notable for their flaws as for their...

 By Jason Davis

Chicago stays at the top but major shake-ups abound through rankings

NYCFC went a man down early but netted two second-half goals to hold off the Chicago Fire.

After two weeks off for the Gold Cup, the Power Rankings see a major shake-up -- in part thanks to an unpredictable midweek slate that had 14 teams playing twice in Week 20.

1. Chicago Fire (no change): The Fire stay at the top because of the difficulty of playing away without Dax McCarty, and because the 2-1 loss to NYCFC was their first defeat since April 29.

2. New York City FC (+1): Up a spot for Patrick Vieira's boys thanks to a four-point week against the top two teams in the East, including...

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NYCFC beats Chicago Fire with 10 men; Galaxy lose fifth straight

NYCFC went a man down early but netted two second-half goals to hold off the Chicago Fire.

New York City FC overcame an early red card to beat the Chicago Fire 2-1 on Saturday.

After Yangel Herrera was sent off in the 12th minute, David Villa and Frederic Brillant scored early in the second half to carry the 10 men to victory.

Herrera had already been booked for one lunging challenge when he came in late again, stomping on Bastian Schweinsteiger's foot to receive his marching orders.

But Villa scored his 14th goal of the season from a volley two minutes after halftime, before Brilliant...