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MAJOR LEAGUE SOCCER

2017/2018 Season

POS TEAM W D L PTS
9 Montreal 6 6 7 24
10 New England 6 5 9 23
11 DC United 5 3 13 18
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ESPN FC  By ESPN staff

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...

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D.C. United parts ways with forward Jose Guillermo Ortiz

Jose Guillermo Ortiz made seven starts for D.C. United this season.

D.C. United parted ways with forward Jose Guillermo Ortiz on Monday after the cancellation of his loan deal.

Ortiz, 25, moved to MLS on loan from Costa Rican club Herediano in December. He made 16 appearances for United this season, scoring once.

His brief MLS career was most notable for being sanctioned by the league for diving two times in as many weeks in May.

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Nemanja Nikolic nets 15th, 16th goals as Fire go top in East above Toronto FC

The Chicago Fire continued their scintillating form with an emphatic home win over Vancouver.

MLS leading scorer Nemanja Nikolic added two goals to his season tally to help the Chicago Fire thrash the Vancouver Whitecaps 4-0 on Saturday.

Nikolic now has 16 goals through 18 games and is on pace to break the MLS single-season record of 27, jointly held by Roy Lassiter, Chris Wondolowski and Bradley Wright-Phillips.

The Serbian forward opened the scoring in the 14th minute with a first-timed shot from the center of the box after Matt Polster cut the ball back to him from the endline.

And four...

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U.S. Open Cup: FC Cincinnati, Miami FC again upset MLS clubs to advance

FC Cincinnati stunned the Chicago Fire in the Round of 16 in the U.S. Open Cup, with goalie Mitch Hildebrandt playing hero.

FC Cincinnati continued its fairy-tale run in the U.S. Open Cup on Wednesday with a 3-1 penalty shootout win over the Chicago Fire to reach the quarterfinals.

The USL club made headlines after eliminating in-state Columbus Crew SC in the fifth round and needed penalties to sneak past a second-straight MLS club after a scoreless first 120 minutes.

Cincinnati had a goal controversially ruled out for offside late in the second half, while goalkeeper Mitch Hildebrandt made a number of fine saves...

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D.C. United red card rescinded after Union player admits he wasn't kicked

Steve Nicol and Shaka Hislop are delighted with Haris Medunjanin's show of sportsmanship after admitting to the referee he was not touched by Luciano Acosta.
Luciano Acosta is given a straight red by the referee, who then changes his mind on the sending off.

Philadelphia midfielder Haris Medunjanin admitted he talked the referee into rescinding a red card shown D.C. United's Luciano Acosta for a foul on the Union player on Saturday night.

Acosta fouled Medunjanin while battling for the ball near the sideline, and referee Sorin Stoica showed the D.C. player a red card after believing that he had reached out to kick Medunjanin.

But moments later, Stoica returned to Acosta and told him he could remain on the pitch, taking away the red...