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MAJOR LEAGUE SOCCER

2017/2018 Season

POS TEAM W D L PTS
1 Toronto 20 8 5 68
2 NYCFC 16 8 9 56
3 Chicago 16 7 10 55
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ESPN FC  By ESPN staff

Returning to Toronto FC lifted Jozy Altidore out of his 'darkest three days'

Major League Soccer: Jozy Altidore (16') Toronto FC 1-0 Montreal Impact

Jozy Altidore says returning to play for Toronto FC helped him overcome "the darkest three days" of his life after the United States failed to qualify for the World Cup.

Altidore was in the U.S. team last week that lost to Trinidad and Tobago, a result that ensure the Americans will not be playing in Russia next summer.

But he returned to his club on Sunday -- scored the winning goal over the rival Montreal Impact as the Reds matched the MLS record for points in a season with 68 -- and said simply...

ESPN FC  By ESPN staff

Landon Donovan says U.S. didn't deserve to qualify for 2018 World Cup

There is no mincing of words as the ESPN FC team dissect what went wrong during the USMNT's World Cup campaign.
U.S. forward Jozy Altidore says his side 'were not good enough from the start of the cycle' following their 2-1 defeat against T&T.
The ESPN FC panel ruminate on whether arrogance and complacency cost the U.S. a place at the 2018 World Cup in Russia.

Former U.S. national team striker Landon Donovan had a harsh assessment of the team that failed to reach the 2018 World Cup, saying the Americans didn't deserve a spot in Russia after its calamitous qualifying campaign ended in a 2-1 defeat to Trinidad and Tobago on Tuesday night.

The loss, combined with wins from Honduras and Panama, left the U.S. in fifth in the qualifying table, outside the automatic bid places and the intercontinental playoff spot on offer for the fourth-place finisher.

In an...

Jozy Altidore: 'It's on us as players' to beat Panama in World Cup qualifier

Despite recent struggles in the Hex, U.S. goalkeeper Tim Howard is confident ahead of the crucial upcoming WCQ matches.
ESPN's Sam Borden sat down with Tim Howard to talk World Cup Qualifying ahead of the matches against Panama and Trinidad & Tobago.
Stewart Robson questions Bruce Arena's management of the U.S. ahead of two crucial matches to end World Cup Qualifying.

ORLANDO, Florida -- U.S. striker Jozy Altidore said that it's time for him and his teammates to step up and get a victory in Friday's crunch World Cup qualifier against Panama.

The U.S. currently sits in fourth place out of six teams in the final round of World Cup qualifying, level on points with Honduras and a point behind Panama. That has created a situation where Friday's match is essentially a must-win match.

"We have quality players here, that's never been a question," said Altidore in an...

ESPN FC  By ESPN staff

Giovinco had feeling Toronto would lose to Seattle in 2016 MLS Cup

Led by a Justin Morrow hat trick, Toronto FC held off New York Red Bulls to seal their first Supporters' Shield.

Toronto FC forward Sebastian Giovinco admits he had a bad feeling going into Toronto FC's 2016 MLS Cup loss to the Seattle Sounders, telling family members before the match that he feared things wouldn't go his team's way.

Unfortunately for Giovinco, 30, he was right, as Toronto lost on penalties after Seattle's Stefan Frei denied Jozy Altidore's extra-time header and forced spot kicks that the Sounders won 5-4.

"We thought we had things figured out in 2016. We got through Montreal in the playoffs...

ESPN FC  By ESPN staff

Toronto FC wins Supporters' Shield; Whitecaps, Crew SC clinch playoffs

Led by a Justin Morrow hat trick, Toronto FC held off New York Red Bulls to seal their first Supporters' Shield.

Toronto FC secured the first MLS Supporters' Shield in club history with a 4-2 victory over the New York Red Bulls on Saturday night.

Victor Vazquez's 80th-minute penalty put Toronto ahead for good before Justin Morrow completed his hat trick as the Reds became the first Canadian team to ever clinch the league's best regular-season record.

Morrow was on hand to score the opener in the 32nd minute after Luis Robles blocked Tosaint Ricketts' initial effort, then added his second goal five...