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Major League Soccer

ESPN FC  By ESPN staff

MLS review: Lamar Neagle scores twice to help Sounders rip Rapids

Two goals from Lamar Neagle and a third from Obafemi Martins sealed a 3-1 win for the Seattle Sounders over the Colorado Rapids.

Lamar Neagle scored twice and Obafemi Martins added a third goal as the Seattle Sounders managed a 3-1 win in Colorado.

Neagle opened the scoring in the fifth minute by curling in a shot from the corner of the 18-yard box, but the Rapids equalized through Gabriel Torres midway through the first half.

But three minutes later Neagle again put the Sounders ahead after receiving a ball over the top from Marco Pappa. Neagle's initial shot was saved by goalkeeper Clint Irwin but remained loose...

U.S. goal helps Agudelo; Toronto FC's familiar issues; Sounders on alert

ESPN FC's Taylor Twellman discusses Juan Agudelo following his goal and strong showing in the United States' 2-0 victory over Mexico.

A selection of intriguing Major League Soccer storylines to watch this weekend:

New England hope to see more goals from Agudelo

Now that New England Revolution forward Juan Agudelo has his first goal for the U.S. national team in more than four years -- he scored the second goal in the 2-0 win vs. Mexico -- the question is this: Could the strike lead to an uptick in production from Agudelo with the Revs?

The answer could come as soon as Sunday, when New England visits the Philadelphia Union at PPL...

Philadelphia Union have no shortage of heart but club's vision is lacking

Philadelphia Union managed to get a draw against New York City FC courtesy of a late goal from CJ Sapong at the Yankee Stadium.

At various points last weekend at PPL Park, and again at Yankee Stadium on Thursday night, I found myself listening to Philadelphia's Sons of Ben supporters group bellowing out their adapted version of Millwall's anthem "No one likes us, we don't care."

Based on their overall record, the anthem might be more apt as "No one hates us, we don't care." Since the club's arrival in the league in 2010, various potential rivals have been tried on for size, only for said rivals to refuse the prospect of mutual...