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11:30 PM UTC
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1:00 AM UTC Jul 28, 2016
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Independiente del Valle
12:45 AM UTC Jul 28, 2016
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2016/2017 Season

1 NYC FC 9 6 7 33
2 NY Red Bulls 9 4 9 31
3 Philadelphia 8 6 7 30
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 By Jason Davis

Colorado Rapids are still top, but big losses see Timbers and NYCFC drop

Check out a quick recap of some of the fun from Portland in the first-ever SportsCenter On the Road from an MLS match.

The two top teams played to a 1-1 draw amid swirling rumors about FC Dallas forward Fabian Castillo's imminent departure, so the real movement in this week's MLS Power Rankings comes further down the ladder thanks to a couple of statement wins. 

1. Colorado Rapids (no change)
Marlon Hairston's emergence in Colorado is good news for a team that probably won't make many additions in the transfer market after spending big on several designated players.

2. FC Dallas (no change)
It took an 82nd-minute 

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Seattle Sounders' struggles continue while NYRB enjoy derby revenge

The ESPN FC crew look at whether Sigi Schmid is in danger as Seattle Sounders boss.

A review of Week 20 in Major League Soccer, where things went from bad to worse for the Seattle Sounders, while the New York Red Bulls exacted revenge ...

ESPN FC's MLS Team of the Week.

Seattle's struggles continue

The Seattle Sounders were pathetic in Sunday's 3-0 defeat at Sporting Kansas City. Sigi Schmid's team looked distressingly absent in both mind and body, and by the time Dom Dwyer capped off the afternoon with Sporting's third goal following a criminal turnover at the back, there was no fight left in the boys from...

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NYCFC's Patrick Vieira slams NYRB's Jesse Marsch for influencing referee

The ESPN FC crew discuss NYCFC's struggles against their local rivals after a 4-1 loss to New York Red Bulls.
Patrick Viera and Jesse Marsch react to another tense match between NYCFC and New York Red Bulls, a 4-1 win for the Red Bulls.

New York City FC coach Patrick Vieira, whose team lost 4-1 to the New York Red Bulls on Sunday, was unhappy with counterpart Jesse Marsch's influence on the referee during the heated derby.

The Red Bulls stormed to a three-goal lead through goals from Bradley Wright-Phillips, Ronald Zubar and a penalty from Sacha Kljestan, before Thomas McNamara pulled one back two minutes before the break. Wright-Phillips added a fourth on 70 minutes while City's Norris Ethan White was sent off in the 89th minute.