SANDY, UT – An absolutely stacked lineup did the Los Angeles Galaxy no favors Saturday night, as Real Salt Lake bulldozed them 3-0 at Rio Tinto Stadium. Devon Sandoval notched a brace and Javier Morales added a third goal to sink the visitors, while Nick Rimando’s saves netted him his 123rd career clean sheet.
BRIDGEVIEW, IL – Bryan Rochez’s 86th-minute goal proved the difference as playoff-chasing Orlando City SC produced a classic snatch-and-grab act to beat the Chicago Fire 1-0 on Saturday night, and leave the hosts marooned at the foot of the Eastern Conference table.
MONTREAL – The Impact snapped the Revs’ eight-game unbeaten streak this Saturday at Stade Saputo, defeating them by a 3-0 scoreline. It is a repeat of May 31, 2014, when Montreal stopped New England after seven games without a loss.
VANCOUVER, BC – The Seattle Sounders lifted their first Cascadia Cup since 2011 following a hard fought 3-0 win at the league-leading Vancouver Whitecaps on Saturday afternoon.
WASHINGTON, DC – D.C. United and Columbus Crew SC came into their Saturday night meeting walking down two distinctly different paths. Crew SC had won three of their previous four matches, with United having lost three times and drawn once in that same span.
And it was Columbus’ upward trajectory that continued, as they rode an early Ethan Finlay strike and the eventual game-winner from Kei Kamara – his 21st goal of the season – to a 2-1 victory at RFK Stadium. The three points leave the Crew SC tentatively in first place in the Eastern Conference with 47 points from 30 matches, one point clear of the second-place New England Revolution.
NEW YORK, NY – Ned Grabavoy struck for a brace and added an assist on David Villa’s 16th goal of the year to lead New York City FC to a 3-2 win over the San Jose Earthquakes at Yankee Stadium Saturday night.
TORONTO, ON — On a dark and stormy afternoon at BMO Field, Toronto FC snapped a three-game losing streak, defeating Colorado Rapids, 3-1.
KANSAS CITY, KA – That’s how you halt your own skid and your opponent’s hot streak in one shot. Three shots, really – and two of them from Benny Feilhaber. Sporting Kansas City’s No. 10 reached double-digit goals in league play for the first time in his career, delivering a second-half brace as Sporting halted a five-match winless streak with a 3-1 victory over FC Dallas on Friday night.