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MAJOR LEAGUE SOCCER

2016/2017 Season

POS TEAM W D L PTS
5 San Jose 4 3 2 15
6 Kansas City 4 2 4 14
7 Portland 3 3 3 12
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Montreal Impact levels late vs. NYCFC; Portland, New England draw as well

Goal! Vancouver Whitecaps FC 1, Sporting Kansas City 0. Christian Bolanos (Vancouver Whitecaps FC) left footed shot from the center of the box the top left corner.

Dominic Oduro scored in the opening seconds of stoppage time and the Montreal Impact escaped with a 1-1 draw against New York City FC on Wednesday night.

Montreal earned a free kick along the right sideline in the 90th minute and Didier Drogba sent the ball into the box. Two Impact players broke free, with Oduro getting his head on the ball and sending it just inside the post for his third goal.

New York City took the lead in the 51st minute on a great buildup that led to RJ Allen's first goal....

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Orlando City and Revolution draw; FC Dallas beats Sporting KC

Orlando City's 92nd-minute goal looked to be the winner, but a penalty at the other end helped New England earn a point in Florida.

Lee Nguyen scored on a penalty kick in the 96th minute to earn the New England Revolution a 2-2 tie with Orlando City on Sunday.

Kevin Molino had put Orlando City in front in the 92nd minute with a low close-range blast that looked like he may have controlled with a handball.

Nguyen's goal was controversial too, as Orlando players argued the hand-ball that led to his penalty kick came off Servando Carrasco's shoulder.

Referee Baldomero Toledo also initially called the penalty outside the area and...

Chris Wondolowski strikes his way into fourth place on MLS career goals list

The San Jose Earthquakes held the New York Red Bulls scoreless for the fifth time in six games this season.

Fatai Alashe and Chris Wondolowski scored to help the San Jose Earthquakes beat the New York Red Bulls 2-0 on Wednesday night.

Wondolowski made it 2-0 in the 55th minute with his fifth goal in the season. He headed down Shea Salinas' cross from the top of the six-yard box and joined Ante Razov in fourth place on the MLS career goals list with 114.

Alashe scored off a deflection in the 40th minute -- his shot pinged off defender Kemar Lawrence and bounded past a crowd of defenders and goalkeeper...