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Major League Soccer

D.C. United top MLS Power Rankings, Seattle and New England also climb

Relive the best moments from Week 10 throughout Major League Soccer, highlighted by Obafemi Martins' two-goal effort against New York City FC.

The return of Fabian Espindola has galvanized D.C. United in recent weeks, and his opener set up a 2-0 win over Columbus and top spot in this week's Power Rankings.

1. D.C. United (+1)

DCU started off the season quite well -- the stinker against the Red Bulls notwithstanding -- but is now Espindola-better following the forward's return from a six-game suspension. He's been a menace the past two games, as was emphasized vs. the Crew.

2. Seattle Sounders (+3)

Obafemi Martins now leads the league with...

 By Jason Davis

Toronto FC build momentum, Dempsey and Martins the best strikers in MLS

The Philadelphia Union had their chances in the opening half, however it took a Sebastian Giovinco wonder-strike to give the visitors the win.

Toronto FC's long journey across MLS is finally at an end. After two months and seven games, a stretch marked by so much turmoil and speculation around the team and its biggest figures, TFC's stadium construction-mandated road trip concluded with a 1-0 victory in Philadelphia on Saturday.

With the result, TFC now owns a two-game winning streak just ahead of the home opener next weekend against Houston. As is so often true, winning solves so many problems for a team under pressure. Toronto was...

Crystal Palace line up move for Montreal's Nigel Reo-Coker - sources

Montreal Impact midfielders Patrice Bernier and Nigel Reo-Coker weigh in on the tactical mistakes committed against Club America.

Crystal Palace are lining up a move to bring former West Ham and Aston Villa midfielder Nigel Reo-Coker back to the Premier League from Major League Soccer, sources have told ESPN FC.

Reo-Coker is currently plying his trade in MLS with the Montreal Impact after joining the club in December 2014, following spells with the Vancouver Whitecaps and the now-defunct Chivas USA.

The 30-year-old has impressed during his short time at Montreal, captaining the side to the CONCACAF Champions League final, where...