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Will Bruin breaks down how Seattle defeated his former club Houston and what's to expect in the second leg.
Toronto missed Sebastian Giovinco and Jozy Altidore in their Eastern Conference final first leg with Columbus Crew. Here's what else we learned ...
Columbus Crew manager Gregg Berhalter called Tuesday's 0-0 tie against TFC in the first leg of the Eastern Conference final an "acceptable result."
Toronto FC's Michael Bradley said his team met its stated goal of walking away from the first leg of the Eastern Conference finals "with something."
Toronto FC boss Greg Vanney said Tuesday's 0-0 draw against the Columbus in the first leg of the Eastern Conference finals ""isn't a perfect result."
Seattle has the upper hand in the Western Conference finals after Houston's game plan was thrown out the window by Jalil Anibaba's red card.