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MAJOR LEAGUE SOCCER

2017/2018 Season

POS TEAM W D L PTS
9 Philadelphia 9 9 12 36
10 Orlando 9 8 13 35
11 DC United 9 4 17 31
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ESPN FC  By ESPN staff

Toronto suffers late loss at Revolution; D.C.'s Patrick Mullins scores four goals

Kei Kamara proved the winner in New England and Toronto's late back-and-forth goal exchange.

Toronto FC missed a chance to secure the MLS Supporters' Shield on Saturday, falling 2-1 to the New England Revolution.

Needing a victory to claim the trophy for best regular-season record for the first time in club history, Toronto quickly answered New England's 82nd-minute opener, only for Kei Kamara to net the winner in the 87th.

With Toronto again resting stars Sebastian Giovinco and Jozy Altidore, it was largely a drab affair until Lee Nguyen found the breakthrough with a deflected shot for...

ESPN FC  By ESPN staff

Atlanta draws in front of 70,425 fans; Diego Valeri goal streak hits record 8

An MLS-record crowd of 70,425 watched hosts Atlanta United trade goals with Orlando City in an entertaining draw.

On a record-setting day in Major League Soccer, Atlanta United drew the largest crowd in MLS history before Portland's Diego Valeri became the first to score in eighth consecutive games.

Josef Martinez recorded his second hat trick in four days as Atlanta United entertained an record crowd in a 3-3 draw with Orlando City on Saturday.

Dom Dwyer stunned the 70,425 fans at the new Mercedes-Benz Stadium with a powerful header from Donny Toia's cross to put Orlando ahead in the 10th minute.

Atlanta pushed...

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Timbers beat NYCFC to go top in West; Jozy Altidore lifts Toronto by San Jose

Diego Valeri was the only player to etch his name on the score-sheet, with the Timbers winning away to a hostile NYCFC crowd.

Diego Valeri scored for the seventh straight game to match the MLS record and help the Portland Timbers move to the top of the Western Conference with a 1-0 win at New York City FC on Saturday.

The only goal came just before halftime when Darren Mattocks dispossessed Andrea Pirlo deep in his own zone -- leaving the Italy legend calling for a foul that never came -- and fed Valeri in the center of the box.

Valeri took his goal tally on the season to 17, level with Chicago's Nemanja Nikolic...

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Brek Shea returns to haunt Orlando; Crew SC move up as Loons stun Fire

Orlando City's struggles continued in a home loss to Vancouver, with former Lion Brek Shea providing the winning goal.

Brek Shea scored against his former team to help the Vancouver Whitecaps win 2-1 at Orlando City on Saturday night.

Orlando traded Shea to Vancouver before the season, and he made the Lions pay in his return to Florida by doubling the Whitecaps' lead in the 53rd minute following a counter-attack.

Vancouver had taken the lead in the ninth minute when Tommy Redding headed into his own goal while defending a set piece.

Orlando got a goal back through Cyle Larin's header in the 62nd minute, but...

Video reviews twice cost LA Galaxy in Crew SC win; Valeri sets Timbers mark

LA Galaxy fell prey to VAR and a dominant performance from Columbus, despite two penalty saves from Jon Kempin.

The LA Galaxy had a goal ruled out and Ashley Cole sent off after a pair of video reviews in a 2-0 defeat to Columbus Crew SC on Wednesday night.

Cole's studs up tackle on Pedro Santos in the 17th minute was initially whistled as a normal foul, but the referee consulted the video review system and changed the call to a red card.

The Galaxy also had a goal early in the first half negated by an offside call handed down after review.

Just before half-time, Santos threaded a pass through four defenders...