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MAJOR LEAGUE SOCCER

2016/2017 Season

POS TEAM W D L PTS
2 NYC FC 11 8 8 41
3 NY Red Bulls 11 7 9 40
4 Philadelphia 11 7 9 40
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 By Jason Davis

FC Dallas No. 1; Red Bulls boot NYCFC from top three in MLS Power Rankings

Steven Taylor discusses the rivalry match with Seattle, the Portland atmosphere, and his first club goal.

A clutch 3-1 road win against the Houston Dynamo and several losses by top-five teams have FC Dallas back on top of our Major League Soccer Power Rankings.

1. FC Dallas (+3)
FCD bounced back from their loss to Real Salt Lake with a resounding 3-1 win on the road in Houston. Midfielder Michael Barrios provided danger from the wing and produced a two-goal performance in Fabian Castillo's absence.

2. Toronto FC (-1)
Just as quickly as they charged into the top spot, the Reds have dropped out thanks...

U.S. team adds New York Red Bulls' Sacha Kljestan, loses Brooks to injury

MLSsoccer.com's Armchair Analyst Matt Doyle analyzes how important Sacha Kljestan is to the New York Red Bulls following their 1-0 victory over the New England Revolution.

U.S. national team coach Jurgen Klinsmann has added New York Red Bulls midfielder Sacha Kljestan to the squad for the upcoming World Cup qualifiers.

Meanwhile, Hertha Berlin defender John Brooks will not join the team in camp after suffering from back issues, U.S. Soccer said on Monday.

The U.S. team faces St. Vincent and the Grenadines on Sept. 2 and Trinidad & Tobago on Sept. 6.

Kljestan has earned 46 caps and scored four goals since making his national team debut in 2007.

Timbers end Sounders' unbeaten streak; Red Bulls top Revolution

Steven Taylor discusses the rivalry match with Seattle, the Portland atmosphere, and his first club goal.

The Portland Timbers scored four goals in the first half then held off Cascadia rival Seattle Sounders 4-2 on Sunday, snapping the Sounders' five-game unbeaten streak.

Vytautas Andriuskevicius, Fanendo Adi, Lucas Melano and Steven Taylor scored for the defending MLS Cup champion Timbers. They remained in sixth place in the Western Conference.

Seattle forward Clint Dempsey missed the game because of medical tests for an irregular heartbeat. Dempsey also was left off the U.S. national team's roster...