Frank Lampard scored a disputed goal late in the first half to help New York City FC beat the Seattle Sounders 2-0 on Saturday.
In the 38th minute, a corner kick by NYCFC's Andrea Pirlo was cleared away from the net, but not out of the penalty area and R.J. Allen lofted it back toward the six-yard box. Lampard, standing a yard inside of it, chested the ball hard to the ground and into the net.
Seattle goalkeeper Stefan Frei Frei and defender Tyrone Mears immediately gestured that the ball went off...
Stars missing for California Clasico
Saturday's schedule goes out with a bang as the Quakes and Galaxy resume their longstanding rivalry at Stanford Stadium. Almost an annual tradition, the game between the two California clubs has delivered more than its share of drama in the past.
Sadly, this year's version won't feature many of the teams' internationals. Thanks to the U.S. national team's semifinal run at Copa America Centenario, both Gyasi Zardes and Chris Wondolowski will be in Phoenix for...
Roland Alberg had the second three-goal game in Philadelphia Union history as they beat the Chicago Fire 4-3 on Wednesday night.
Philadelphia snapped a seven-game winless streak in the series, which included three losses and four draws. Chicago had its MLS-record road winless streak extended to 32 games, dating back to July 2014.
The Union scored three times in the first half to tie a franchise record and Philadelphia was ahead 4-1 before Chicago scored in the 69th and 80th minutes.