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  • Columbus Crew roll 10-man Orlando City 3-0 (The Associated Press)

    COLUMBUS, Ohio (AP) -- Federico Higuain and Kei Kamara each had a goal and an assist and the Columbus Crew beat Orlando City 3-0 on Saturday night.

  • Orlando City-Crew Preview (The Associated Press)

    Orlando City has shown promise in its first MLS season, and that has had a lot to do with an unbeaten start on the road. The club has a chance to continue it Saturday night in Columbus with the Crew looking to end a three-match winless streak. For Orlando City (2-2-2), having a former FIFA World Player of the Year and Ballon d'Or winner helping generate an attack hasn't hurt. Kaka, the prizes' 2007 recipient, has played in all six matches with two of his three goals coming on the road and leading to a 2-0-1 record.

  • Nyassi's goal gives Earthquakes 1-0 win over Whitecaps (The Associated Press)

    Sanna Nyassi scored in the 75th minute and the San Jose Earthquakes beat the MLS-leading Vancouver Whitecaps 1-0 on Saturday night. It was his first career goal with the Earthquakes (3-3-0). David Bingham earned his first career shutout without a save while the Quakes snapped an eight-game winless streak against the Whitecaps (4-2-1). Vancouver was playing its second game of the week after a 2-2 draw with the Columbus Crew on Wednesday night.

  • Shuttleworth earns 3rd shutout, Revs tie Crew (The Associated Press)

    Bobby Shuttleworth had his third shutout in six games and New England played to a scoreless draw with Columbus on Saturday. New England (2-2-2) is unbeaten in four games after losing its first two. Columbus (1-2-2) was held scoreless for the second time. The Revolution's Juan Agudelo drew three defenders at the corner of the 18-yard box in the 36th minute and fed an unmarked Lee Nguyen, but his close attempt was saved by goalkeeper Steve Clark.

  • Whitecaps FC-Earthquakes Preview (The Associated Press)

    If the Vancouver Whitecaps are to record a franchise-record third straight road victory, they must finally win at San Jose. They'll look to accomplish both while trying to hand the Earthquakes a third consecutive defeat Saturday night. Off to the best start in the five-year history of the club, Vancouver (4-1-1) already set a franchise record with four consecutive overall victories before playing Columbus to a 2-2 draw on Wednesday. "We're disappointed in a draw, but we turn the page to the weekend," Whitecaps midfielder Russell Teibert said.

  • Darren Mattocks impresses in Whitecaps 2-2 draw with Crew (Eh Game)

  • Whitecaps rally to tie Crew 2-2 (The Associated Press)

    Darren Mattocks scored the tying goal in the second half and the Vancouver Whitecaps played to a 2-2 draw with the Columbus Crew on Wednesday night. Octavio Rivero added his MLS-leading fifth goal of the season for Vancouver (4-1-1). The Whitecaps had won a franchise-record four straight games. Kei Kamara scored twice for Columbus (1-2-1).

  • Crew-Whitecaps FC Preview (The Associated Press)

    Amid the best start in franchise history, the Vancouver Whitecaps only want to get better. Looking for a fifth straight win, the Whitecaps can continue that progression with a fourth consecutive victory over the visiting Columbus Crew on Wednesday night. Since opening with a 3-1 loss to Toronto FC, Vancouver (4-1-0) owns a 6-1 goal advantage while winning four straight for the first time in the club's five-year history. With a league-high 12 points, Vancouver is the biggest surprise in MLS.