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MAJOR LEAGUE SOCCER

2015/2016 Season

POS TEAM W D L PTS
4 LA Galaxy 7 7 6 28
5 Kansas City 7 6 3 27
6 Dallas 7 5 5 26
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 By Jason Davis

Seattle Sounders tumble down MLS rankings; Sporting KC reach summit

Relive all the best moments from around Major League Soccer in this week's Must See Moments, where it was Rivalry Week in the MLS.

Thanks to a packed midweek schedule and the results of Rivalry Week, the Power Rankings get a bit of a shakeup in Week 17.

1. Sporting Kansas City (+1)

Sporting took down the worst team in the league on Saturday, but it was still enough to earn them the top spot in this week's rankings because the old No. 1 had a horrible week.

2. D.C. United (+1)

Four points over the course of a two-game week not only helped United jump up a spot, but extended their lead in the Eastern Conference. If...

Wondo fires San Jose past LA Galaxy, Whitecaps end Revolution's streak

The San Jose Earthquakes triumphed 3-1 over the LA Galaxy at Avaya Stadium courtesy of goals from Chris Wondolowski, Cordell Cato and Clarence Goodson.

Chris Wondolowski scored his ninth goal of the season as the San Jose Earthquakes beat the LA Galaxy 3-1 in the California Clasico.

Matias Perez Garcia added two assists for the Quakes, the first on a well-placed cross that Wondolowski smashed into the net in the 28th minute for a 1-all tie. Wondolowski moved alone into second place the MLS goal race, three behind Columbus' Kei Kamara.

Clarence Goodson gave San Jose the lead in the 53rd minute, heading home Perez Garcia's corner kick.

Cordell Cato...

DC United rally from a goal down to beat New England Revolution

Charlie Davies' early goal against his former club DC United would not be enough as the Chris Rolfe's two goal effort powered his side 2-1 past New England.

WASHINGTON -- Chris Rolfe scored two second-half goals within 11 minutes, as D.C. United came from behind to beat the New England Revolution 2-1.

Rolfe smashed a volley into the top of the net for the tying goal in the 70th minute. Fabian Espindola's service from the right flank floated just over leaping defender Teal Bunbury's head to find Rolfe's right foot.

Rolfe then put United ahead from the penalty spot in the 81st minute with a blast into the right corner. Miguel Aguilar drew the penalty...