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  • Red Bulls-Impact Preview (The Associated Press)

    One streak will end when the New York Red Bulls and Montreal Impact meet on Wednesday night at Saputo Stadium. The Red Bulls will try for their fourth straight league victory and sixth in seven games while the Impact go for their first three-game winning streak in more than two years. New York (9-6-5) has outscored its past three MLS opponents 9-2, beating Philadelphia 3-1 on Saturday - 11 days after being knocked out of the U.S. Open Cup by the Union on penalties.

  • Lampard makes losing MLS debut for New York City FC (Reuters)

    (Reuters) - Former Chelsea and England midfielder Frank Lampard had an unhappy Major League Soccer debut on Saturday when his new club New York City FC were beaten 3-2 by the Montreal Impact. The 37-year-old received a rousing ovation from the Yankee Stadium crowd when he came on as a substitute in the 69th minute, with New York FC already 2-1 behind. Montreal went further ahead when Ignacio Piatti scored from the penalty spot in the 84th minute, his second goal of the game, before New York FC managed a consolation through Thomas McNamara one minute later.

  • Cyle Larin scores twice, Orlando City beats Crew 5-1 (The Associated Press)

    ORLANDO, Fla. (AP) -- Cyle Larin scored twice to help Orlando City beat the Columbus Crew 5-1 on Saturday night.

  • Crew-Orlando City Preview (The Associated Press)

    With their offense performing at a high level, the Columbus Crew hope to extend their recent positive stretch against a club that struggled in the back its last time out. Four of the league's top scorers will be on the field as the Crew try to earn a point for the eighth time in nine matches Saturday night against slumping Orlando City SC at the Citrus Bowl. Columbus had one goal in its previous two matches before breaking out with a 3-1 home win over Chicago on July 19 and in a 3-all draw with visiting Toronto FC last Saturday.

  • Toronto FC erases 3-goal deficit in 3-3 draw with Crew (The Associated Press)

    COLUMBUS, Ohio (AP) -- Jozy Altidore drew a penalty in the box and converted it from the spot in the 89th minute to complete Toronto FC's three-goal rally for a 3-3 draw with Columbus Crew SC on Saturday night.

  • Toronto FC-Crew Preview (The Associated Press)

    Given his recent performances, Toronto FC star midfielder Sebastian Giovinco is likely to give the Columbus Crew's back line everything it can handle. Kei Kamara just hopes the unit can give him a chance to provide some counter attacks. In a matchup between the league's top two scorers, Kamara will try to help Columbus win a season-high third in a row Saturday night against Giovinco and visiting Toronto.

  • Crew beats short-handed Fire 3-1 (The Associated Press)

    COLUMBUS, Ohio (AP) -- Kei Kamara broke a tie in the 17th minute with his MLS-leading 14th goal of the season and the Columbus Crew beat the Chicago Fire 3-1 on Sunday in game delayed 30 minutes because of heavy rain and lightning.

  • Fire-Crew Preview (The Associated Press)

    Wednesday's victory over the Chicago Fire gave the Columbus Crew an elusive road win in their bid to keep pace in the Eastern Conference. Chicago seeks its first road victory in more than a year while looking to end a five-match winless streak against rival Columbus on Sunday in the tail end of a home-and-home set. The Crew (7-7-6) are involved in a tight race to catch first-place D.C. atop the East, but they had yet to win away from home until Kei Kamara scored his league-best 13th goal in a 1-0 win over the Fire (5-10-3).