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MAJOR LEAGUE SOCCER

2016/2017 Season

POS TEAM W D L PTS
6 Seattle 12 5 13 41
7 Portland 11 8 12 41
8 Vancouver 9 8 14 35
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New York Red Bulls advance with draw; Portland Timbers rally to stay alive

Red Bulls action vs Antigua CCL
Gonzalo Veron, right, had his effort on goal broken up by Antigua keeper Victor Bolivar.

A goalless draw against Antigua on Tuesday was enough for the New York Red Bulls to clinch top spot in Group F of the CONCACAF Champions League and book passage to the knockout round.

Jesse Marsch took a strong side to Guatemala, but the Guatemalan hosts proved a tough out for the Eastern Conference leaders in Major League Soccer.

Knowing a draw was enough to advance, New York sat back and ceded 60 percent of the possession to Antigua. The tactic worked as the Red Bulls...

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...

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Portland Timbers' Jack Jewsbury to retire after MLS season

Fanendo Adi's goal in the 53rd minute proved to be enough for Portland to beat Philadelphia 2-1.
Jack Jewsbury is one of only three players to play in 150 games with two different clubs.

Portland Timbers midfielder Jack Jewsbury will retire at the end of the year after playing in 14 MLS seasons.

The 35-year-old announced his plans at a club banquet on Sunday night.

"As tough as this decision was, my family and I are extremely excited about the next chapter and the new adventures ahead," Jewsbury said. "It has been an honor to represent MLS during my 14 seasons, and I feel privileged to have had the opportunity to play for two first-class organizations and fan bases that have taken...

NYCFC rallies for draw vs. FC Dallas; Jordan Morris' late goal lifts Sounders

Khiry Shelton's 78th-minute goal earned NYCFC a point against Supporters' Shield contenders FC Dallas.

Khiry Shelton scored in the 78th minute to help New York City FC salvage a 2-2 draw with MLS-leading FC Dallas 2-2 on Saturday night.

NYCFC moved to within a point of Eastern Conference-leading Toronto FC, but Frank Lampard left the game in the 42nd minute after going to the turf and holding his left calf.

The former Chelsea star has scored 12 goals this season after missing the first two and a half months of the season with an injury to the same muscle.

"He's a sensible professional," NYCFC coach...

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Saprissa defeats Portland Timbers, Arabe Unido knocks out Monterrey

Saprissa beat the Portland Timbers 4-2 in their Group B match of the CONCACAF Champions League on Wednesday night.

Portland made a dream start to the game as Diego Valeri dribbled into the penalty area and snuck a quick-fire shot past Saprissa's Danny Carvajal in the fifth minute for an early 1-0 lead.

Timbers defender Jermaine Taylor cancelled out the opener in the 37th minute with an own goal to put the teams on level terms.

Ben Zemanski was whistled for a foul in the penalty area just before...