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 By Matt Pentz

Zlatan Ibrahimovic frustration building as he lands first red card at LA Galaxy

Ola Kamara rescued LA Galaxy with a decisive goal at Montreal after a Zlatan Ibrahimovic red card reduced the visitors to 10 men.
The ESPN FC guys answer your tweets on the team most likely to flop at the World Cup, Zlatan Ibrahimovic's sending off and more.

A flair for the dramatic has always been central to Zlatan Ibrahimovic's carefully crafted persona. He is a man who does nothing by halves. The Swedish forward doesn't just score bicycle kicks; he nets them from 30 yards out. He doesn't just consistently refer to himself in the third person -- Zlatan has also compared himself, at varies times, to Jesus Christ, Benjamin Button and King Kong.

So it came as no surprise when he commemorated his LA Galaxy debut with two goals. He turned the inaugural...

 By Jason Davis

MLS Power Rankings: New York Red Bulls replace Atlanta United in top spot

1. New York Red Bulls (+1)
The Red Bulls caught a break or two, but they more than earned a win on the road in front of Atlanta's big crowd. Bradley Wright-Phillips again lived up to the moment. A scary injury to Kemar Lawrence took some of the fun out of the win.

2. Atlanta United (-1)
Atlanta has now lost two consecutive games at home by multiple goals. That seemed unthinkable before the season started. United won't see the likes of the Red Bull press much this season, but that won't stop other...

 By Matt Pentz

New York Red Bulls' embrace of youth at expense of stars yielding depth, success

Alejandro Moreno hands out his awards for the best and worst from the weekend in MLS.

Of the Major League Soccer teams that played in this spring's CONCACAF Champions League, the New York Red Bulls stand out as the glaring exception.

The tone for the Seattle Sounders' season was set in the round of 16 of that competition, when forward Jordan Morris tore his ACL at Santa Tecla. The Sounders are in last place in the Western Conference, with just eight points and five goals through nine matches. Toronto came closest to continental glory, falling to Chivas on penalties in the final,...

 By Chris Wright

LA Galaxy's Zlatan Ibrahimovic has to do driving test just like anybody else

Part of Zlatan Ibrahimovic's enduring appeal is his relentless bluster, with the LA Galaxy striker repeatedly going to great lengths to remind everybody just how superior he truly is.

However, Galaxy have shared a wonderfully mundane photo which proves that, while he may be capable of superhuman feats on a football pitch, Zlatan still has to sit for his United States driving test like everybody else.

Behold, the mighty Swedish lion reduced to such commonplace banality.

Though if you listen to his...

 By Noah Davis

Russell Canouse, Brooks Lennon left Europe for MLS' promise of playing time

ESPN FC's Taylor Twellman explains why the onus is on D.C. United and not Wayne Rooney to make his potential move to Major League Soccer a success.

At 15, Russell Canouse left for Germany to find his soccer future. The midfielder had already spent two years with the PA Classics near his childhood home of Lancaster, Pennsylvania, and another two with the New York Red Bulls academy before signing with TSG 1899 Hoffenheim. He played for the storied club's youth sides between 2011 and 2013, then made 51 appearances for Hoffenheim II between 2013 and 2016. On March 12, 2016, Canouse came on as a sub in a match against VfL Wolfsburg, his first --...

 By Jason Davis

MLS Power Rankings: Toronto tumbles seven spots, Atlanta leads unchanged top four

1. Atlanta United (no change)
Wednesday's loss to SKC came down to a combination of factors, including a bit of bad luck, but it showed that United is vulnerable. The win against Orlando set the ship right and keeps Atlanta on top of the overall standings.

2. New York Red Bulls (no change)
The finest of margins helped the Red Bulls grab three points on the road in Colorado when Derrick Etienne's goal was ruled onside thanks to VAR. Close decision or not, New York deserved the win and looks...