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MLS: NYCFC wins 5-3

Major League Soccer


2015/2016 Season

1 DC United 11 5 7 38
2 Columbus 8 7 7 31
3 NY Red Bulls 8 5 6 29
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New York City FC beat Orlando City as Pirlo makes MLS debut

Cyle Larin's hat trick for Orlando City was outdone as New York City FC sealed a 5-3 win at Yankee Stadium.

David Villa scored two goals to help New York City FC overcome a hat trick by Cyle Larin and beat Orlando City 5-3 on Sunday.

Villa's second goal, his 12th of the season, broke a 2-2 tie in the 67th minute, Thomas MacNamara added another in the 71st and NYCFC led the rest of the way.

Larin's final goal pulled Orlando City (6-9-6) within 4-3 in the 85th, but after Kaka hit the post on a free kick that would have tied it in stoppage time, Mix Diskerud broke out and capped the scoring seconds later.


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RSL trades all-time leading scorer Alvaro Saborio to D.C. United

Alvaro Saborio and Costa Rica have had every reason to smile after a historical 2014 for the Ticos.
Costa Rica international Alvaro Saborio, right, is leaving Real Salt Lake to join D.C. United.

Real Salt Lake traded the club's all-time leading scorer Alvaro Saborio to D.C. United for midfielder Luis Silva on Thursday.

Saborio, 33, has scored 63 MLS goals for RSL since joining the club in 2010. He has scored three times so far this season.

"Alvaro was a legend with this club and we thank him for his time spent with RSL," RSL director Craig Waibel said. "But the time has come for us to evolve as a club and this trade is a great opportunity to add a talented player in Luis Silva who can bring...

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D.C. United keeper Bill Hamid to miss 4-6 weeks after surgeries

Bill Hamid will miss at least a month of action after knee and hand surgeries.

D.C. United goalkeeper Bill Hamid will miss four to six weeks after having hand and knee surgeries.

The reigning MLS Goalkeeper of the Year underwent both operations last week in Maryland.

He had his meniscus repaired in his right knee and the flexor tendon of a knuckle in his left hand was released, the club said.

Hamid, 24, has recorded six shutouts this season for D.C., which leads the Eastern Conference by nine points.

He leads MLS is save percentage at .819 and goals against average at .750.


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Seattle Sounder beat league-leaders D.C.; Chicago draw with Houston

Tyrone Mears, right, scored for the Sounders as they edged out D.C. United in Seattle.

Tyrone Mears scored his first MLS goal in the 88th minute to lead the Seattle Sounders to a 1-0 victory over a short-handed D.C. United.

Mears, a defender in his first season in the league, was outside the top right corner of the penalty area when a ball was headed away from goal toward that spot. Mears took it just inside the box and fired into the left side of the net past goalkeeper Andrew Dykstra.

The Sounders snapped a three-game losing streak and climbed into a tie with Vancouver atop the...

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Kaka leads Orlando City SC into the U.S. Open Cup quarterfinals

Orlando City cruised past the Columbus Crew and into the U.S. Open Cup quarterfinals on the back of goals by skipper Kaka and young Colombian Carlos Rivas.

Kaka and Carlos Rivas helped Orlando City SC to a 2-0 victory over a second-string Columbus Crew in Tuesday night's U.S. Open Cup round-of-16 matchup.

Orlando's decision to field their first-choice XI paid off with Darwin Ceren setting up Kaka for the home team's opener in the 21st minute, before Rivas made sure of the victory with an excellent strike 13 minutes later.

The Crew, who started with nine changes from the team that drew 2-2 with Real Salt Lake on Saturday, were unable to work their way...