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MAJOR LEAGUE SOCCER

2015/2016 Season

POS TEAM W D L PTS
3 Dallas 12 5 8 41
4 Kansas City 11 7 7 40
5 Portland 11 7 9 40
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Earthquakes stay hot to beat D.C. while Didier Drogba debuts in Impact's loss

DC United gives up three points at home after a pair of goals by the San Jose Earthquakes.

Chris Wondolowski scored his 12th goal of the season four minutes into the game and the San Jose Earthquakes beat Eastern Conference-leading D.C. United 2-0 on Saturday.

Coming off a 5-0 win at Sporting Kansas City, the Earthquakes grabbed the lead when Fatai Alashe punched a pass to the right side of the goal box and Wondolowski was able to turn on the ball and right-foot a shot into the bottom of the far corner.

Shea Salinas added his second goal of the year in the 52nd minute.

San Jose had a...

San Jose routs Sporting KC, New York City FC rally for draw vs. Columbus

The San Jose Earthquakes were dominant away from home while visiting Sporting Kansas City of the MLS, winning by a score of 5-0.

Cordell Cato and Chris Wondolowski each scored two goals as the San Jose Earthquakes cruised past Sporting Kansas City 5-0.

Cato opened the scoring in the third minute of the first half. Shea Salinas raced down the left sideline and fed a trailing Cato for an easy tap-in. Wondolowski's penalty kick in the 17th minute made it 2-0. Quincy Amarikwa earned the penalty after being pushed down in the box by Chance Myers.

Anibal Godoy scored the third goal for San Jose in the 27th. Amarikwa's clever back-heel...

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Philadelphia Union, Sporting Kansas City advance to U.S. Open Cup final

S├ębastien Le Toux added to his record US Open Cup goal tally as he helped Philadelphia to a 1-0 victory over Chicago and put the Union back in the title game.

The Philadelphia Union and Sporting Kansas City advanced to the U.S. Open Cup final after winning their respective semis on Wednesday.

Philadelphia, who won a draw to determine home-away priority before the semifinals were played, will serve as hosts for the Sept. 30 event.

Finalists last year, Philly extinguished the Chicago Fire's Open Cup hopes with a 1-0 victory at PPL Park.

Prolific USOC goalscorer Sebastien Le Toux netted the lone goal for the Union in the 74th minute, dribbling inside before...

Bill Hamid helps D.C. United beat Montreal despite being outshot 25-1

DC United's Chris Rolfe tallied the lone goal of the match as DC United escaped Saputo Stadium with a 1-0 win over Montreal.

Despite being outshot 25-1, D.C. United manged to defeat the Montreal Impact 1-0 on Saturday.

D.C. became the first MLS team to win a game while taking only a single shot, Chris Rolfe's goal in the 13th minute.

Eastern Conference-leading United won its third straight and ended Montreal's unbeaten streak at three games.

With central defender Laurent Ciman sitting out a one-game suspension, the Impact started a young back line that was victimized early when Victor Cabrera mishandled a ball under...

Sporting KC midfielder Roger Espinoza out 10 weeks with broken leg

Houston's Nathan Sturgis received a red card for the tackle that broke Roger Espinoza's leg.

KANSAS CITY, Kan. -- Sporting Kansas City midfielder Roger Espinoza fractured a bone in his left leg while getting tackled against the Houston Dynamo on Saturday and is expected to miss at least 10 weeks.

To help absorb his loss, the club signed 21-year midfielder Jordi Quintilla on Thursday.

Espinoza, who has started 20 matches for the club across all competitions, was tackled by Dynamo midfielder Nathan Sturgis in the 86th minute of Saturday's game. Sturgis earned a red card for the reckless tackle.

Espinoza's...