Saturday, April 29, 2017

MLS: Caps, Lions, Citizens, Red Bulls, RSL, Quakes, SKC Grab Saturday Wins; Timbers And Hoops Battle To 2-2 Draw; Sounders Erase Three-Goal Deficit To Gain Home Draw With Revs; Goose Eggs For Galaxy And Philly

Nine games were on the Major League Soccer docket for Saturday.

At Montreal:

Andrew Jacobson (29') and Cristian Techera (79') each scored once as the Vancouver Whitecaps came from behind to knockoff the Montreal Impact 2-1 on the road.

At Orlando, Florida:

Carlos Rivas (70') and the returning Kaka (90'+1) each scored once as Orlando City blanked the visiting Colorado Rapids 2-0.

At Columbus, Ohio:

Jack Harrison scored twice (8', 76') as New York City defeated the Columbus Crew 3-2 on the road.

At Harrison, New Jersey:

Bradley Wright-Phillips (37') and Kemar Lawrence (71') delivered the goal power that lifted the New York Red Bulls to a 2-1 home win over the Chicago Fire.

At Frisco, Texas:

Goals from Maximiliano Urruti (61') and Tesho Akindele (80') enabled FC Dallas remain unbeaten as the Hoops gained a 2-2 home draw with the Portland Timbers.  Fanendo Adi (30') and Sebastian Blanco (71') produced the guests' goals.

At Minneapolis:

Florian Jungwirth scored the only goal of the match in the 54th minute as the San Jose Earthquakes defeated Minnesota United 1-0 on the road.

At Kansas City, Kansas:

Benny Feilhaber (17'), Dom Dwyer (51'), and Gerso (90'+5) each tallied once as Sporting Kansas City stretched their club-record unbeaten streak to 13 games with their 3-0 white-washing of Real Salt Lake.

At Seattle:

Nicolas Lodeiro (75'), Will Bruin (85'), and Osvaldo Alonso (88') each scored a second half goal during a 13-minute span as the Seattle Sounders erased a three-goal deficit to gain a 3-3 home draw with the New England Revolution.

Juan Agudelo scored twice (26', 54') and Daigo Kobayashi once (15') for the Revs.

At Carson, California:

The Los Angeles Galaxy and visiting (and still winless) Philadelphia Union battled to a 0-0 stalemate.

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