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MAJOR LEAGUE SOCCER

2016/2017 Season

POS TEAM W D L PTS
4 Philadelphia 10 7 9 37
5 Montreal 8 10 7 34
6 DC United 6 11 8 29
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East-leading NYCFC beat LA Galaxy as Toronto FC wins to keep pace

LA Galaxy's first trip to Yankee Stadium was a forgettable one, as David Villa pushed NYCFC past the visitors.

David Villa scored an early goal and New York City FC held off the LA Galaxy to win 1-0 at Yankee Stadium on Saturday.

LA keeper Clement Diop got a piece of Ronald Matarrita's shot, but it still fell for Villa to score from close range in the sixth minute.

Villa nearly added a second goal in the first half but Diop stretched to deny him with a good save.

NYCFC keeper Josh Saunders was called into action before halftime to push away Nigel de Jong's bicycle kick.

The Galaxy saw their nine-game unbeaten...

ESPN FC  By ESPN staff

Bradley Wright-Phillips sets Red Bulls' MLS goals record in win over Impact

Ignacio Piatti and the Montreal Impact hit the road to face the New York Red Bulls in Week 23 of MLS action.

Bradley Wright-Phillips became the New York Red Bulls' all-time leading scorer in MLS with two goals in Saturday's 3-1 win over the Montreal Impact.

Montreal took the lead in the 22nd minute when Matteo Mancosu turned Red Bulls defender Ronald Zubar and passed for Ignacio Piatti to tap home.

But the lead lasted less than a minute as Sacha Kljestan found Wright-Phillips with a through ball, and the ball trickled over the line after Impact defenders converged on the Red Bulls striker.

Wright-Phillips...

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Sebastian Giovinco's hat trick carries Toronto FC to win over Revolution

Sebastian Giovinco lit up the stage, scoring two stunning goals, before grabbing a hat-trick with a PK and giving Toronto three points.

Sebastian Giovinco scored a hat trick and took over the MLS scoring lead as Toronto FC defeated the New England Revolution 4-1 on Saturday.

The Italian playmaker scored with two spectacular shots in the first half before completing his treble with a penalty to move past New York City FC's David Villa with 15 goals in 22 games.

Giovinco opened the scoring in the 20th minute by striking the ball with the outside of his foot from the side of the box and curling it inside the far post.

Less than 10...

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Arsene Wenger: Didier Drogba 'still haunting' Arsenal after All-Star goal

MLS All-Star Game: Didier Drogba (45'+2), MLS All-Stars 1-1 Arsenal

Didier Drogba remains a dangerous player who continues to haunt Arsenal, Arsene Wenger said after the 38-year-old scored against the Gunners yet again.

The former Chelsea star entered Thursday's MLS All-Star Game with a remarkable scoring record of 15 goals in 16 games against Arsenal, and he was on target again with a goal on the stroke of half-time.

Arsenal went on to win 2-1, but Wenger said he was still impressed by Drogba's knack for finding the net.

"He has always harmed us, and he continues....

Arsenal goalkeeper Petr Cech: I don't want Drogba to score for MLS All-Stars

ESPN FC's Shaka Hislop wonders if MLS should revert back to the old East-West format for the All-Star Game.

Arsenal goalkeeper Petr Cech wants to make sure his old Chelsea teammate Didier Drogba doesn't take the bragging rights when the Gunners take on the MLS All-Stars this week.

Cech and Drogba, who both joined Chelsea in 2004 and won three Premier League titles, four FA Cups and one Champions League trophy together before the Ivory Coast striker ended his first stint with the club in 2012, will be reunited on opposite sides of the pitch for Thursday night's game in San Jose, California.

Drogba, 38,...