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MAJOR LEAGUE SOCCER

2016/2017 Season

POS TEAM W D L PTS
4 Philadelphia 11 9 11 42
5 Montreal 10 11 10 41
6 DC United 9 13 9 40
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Drogba and Montreal Impact clinging to playoff spot ahead of Orlando match

Evan Bush stopped a penalty kick from Chris Wondolowski in the 87th minute to guarantee the Impact three points against San Jose.

MONTREAL -- Truth be told, it's hard to know which Montreal Impact team traveled to sunny Florida for Sunday's Eastern Conference clash against Orlando City (1 p.m. ET, ESPN/WatchESPN).

Will it be the Didier Drogba-led outfit that many considered an MLS Cup dark horse heading into this season, a team that started by winning four of its first six games? Or will it be the side that had managed only one victory in two months before narrowly defeating the sputtering San Jose Earthquakes midweek?

To...

D.C. United beats Columbus Crew SC; Montreal Impact ease past San Jose

DC United put three goals past Columbus in the final 20 minutes, putting themselves in great position in the playoff hunt.

Lloyd Sam opened the scoring in the 71st minute, Lamar Neagle had a late goal and assist, and D.C. United beat Columbus Crew SC 3-0 on Wednesday night to earn consecutive victories for the first time this season.

D.C. United remained in sixth place in the Eastern Conference, but moved just two points behind fourth-place Philadelphia. 

Sam used a diagonal run to get to Luciano Acosta's chipped ball inside the box and then did a half turn to finish with his left foot. The duo had a give-and-go...

New York Red Bulls clinch playoffs spot; Toronto, Union share points

Montreal were unable to break down the high-flying Red Bulls, falling 1-0 at home, but still remain in the race for the playoffs.

Daniel Royer scored his first MLS goal in the 60th minute as the New York Red Bulls clinched a playoff berth for the seventh straight year with a 1-0 victory over the Montreal Impact on Saturday night.

Royer headed down Chris Duvall's cross, bouncing it into the right corner. The Austrian international joined New York on Aug. 3.

Bradley Wright-Phillips' six-game scoring streak came to an end, but the Red Bulls took a share of the top spot in the Eastern Conference, tied at 48 points with Toronto...