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MAJOR LEAGUE SOCCER

2017/2018 Season

POS TEAM W D L PTS
9 Atlanta 4 3 4 15
10 Montreal 3 4 4 13
11 DC United 3 2 6 11
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Seattle beats RSL to end losing streak; Almiron hat trick as Atlanta rolls

Nick Rimando stood strong in net for Real Salt Lake, but a deflected goal by Harry Shipp earned Seattle all three points.

Harry Shipp scored on a well-struck shot that was deflected into goal in the 42nd minute as the Seattle Sounders snapped a three-game losing streak on Saturday with a 1-0 win against Real Salt Lake.

The play that led to Shipp's second goal of the season started with a corner kick from the right side from Nicolas Lodeiro. His drive into the penalty area was headed right back out to him, and he again sent it toward the goal.

Sounders defender Gustav Svensson headed the ball out to the top of...

 By Jason Davis

Dallas No. 1, Houston rises as Timbers and Impact fall in MLS Power Rankings

Kasey Keller joins Alexis Nunes to talk the most recent MLS power rankings.

No change at the top in our Major League Soccer Power Rankings, though the margin is getting smaller between FC Dallas and Toronto FC. The Portland Timbers take a four-spot drop after a home draw, while both the Houston Dynamo and Atlanta United make strong moves up the board.

1. FC Dallas (no change)
Dallas holds on to the top spot -- just barely -- with a 1-1 draw against New York City FC that keeps its unbeaten start to the season alive. Kellyn Acosta continued his push into the MLS elite...

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Toronto FC wins club-record sixth straight; Chicago trounces Seattle

Tosaint Ricketts' header proved the winner as Toronto outlasted Minnesota in a back-and-forth goal frenzy.

Tosaint Ricketts turned in a Jozy Altidore cross to help Toronto FC hold off Minnesota United 3-2 for a club-record sixth straight win on Saturday.

Altidore, who only came on as a substitute for the injured Sebastian Giovinco, bullied his way through the expansion club's defenders before delivering for Ricketts to head in the winning goal in the 77th minute.

Kevin Molino scored both of Minnesota's goals to twice erase Toronto's lead, but United could not find a third answer at MLS-leading Toronto.

Giovinco...