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  • Crew-New York City FC Preview (The Associated Press)

    With a playoff berth still within reach, New York City FC is hoping a healthy Frank Lampard can be a difference maker for the stretch drive. The famed Englishman could return for Saturday's important match with the Columbus Crew and help his new club attempt to bounce back from its worst loss of the season. Lampard has sat out NYFC's last three games with a quad injury and played in just two in his inaugural MLS season, having had his anticipated debut delayed until Aug. 1 by a calf strain.

  • Drogba makes MLS debut in Montreal's home loss (Reuters)

    (Reuters) - Former Chelsea striker Didier Drogba made a tame Major League Soccer debut for Montreal Impact in their 1-0 home loss to Philadelphia Union on Saturday. The former Ivory Coast player entered the game in the 59th minute to a standing ovation from the Montreal crowd but had his night spoiled in the end. Philadelphia's Sebastien Le Toux scored the winner in the 78th minute on an assist from Eric Ayuk Mbu, ending their five-game winless streak.

  • McInerney scores winner in home debut for Crew (The Associated Press)

    COLUMBUS, Ohio (AP) -- Jack McInerney scored the go-ahead goal in the 88th minute in his home debut and the Columbus Crew beat Sporting Kansas City 3-2 on Saturday night.

  • Sporting Kansas City-Crew Preview (The Associated Press)

    Sporting Kansas City has shown it can bounce back from tough losses this season, though that resiliency may about to be put to the test. Minus one of its top players, Sporting attempts to rebound from its worst result in 14 years in Saturday night's clash with the Columbus Crew from Mapfre Stadium. Kansas City had a 16-game home unbeaten streak across all competitions come to an emphatic end with Wednesday's startling 5-0 defeat to San Jose.

  • Poku scores 2 goals, NYCFC ties Crew 2-2 (The Associated Press)

    COLUMBUS, Ohio (AP) -- Kwadwo Poku scored two second-half goals to help New York City FC tie the Columbus Crew 2-2 on Wednesday night in a game delayed 1 hour, 14 minutes in the 77th minute because of a thunderstorm.

  • New York City FC-Crew Preview (The Associated Press)

    The Columbus Crew are marveling at the star power New York City FC is bringing to Ohio for Wednesday night's matchup. David Villa, Frank Lampard and Andrea Pirlo have earned worldwide respect, but it's Crew star Kei Kamara that is leading MLS in goals. The sizzling Kamara has five goals in as many games and can add to his total of 17 when he faces a New York City club that is listing Lampard as questionable.

  • D.C. United beat Montreal to go 10 points clear in East (Reuters)

    (Reuters) - D.C. United scored with their only shot of the match to consolidate their league-best record with a 1-0 away win over Montreal Impact on Saturday. A 13th-minute goal by midfielder Chris Rolfe was all United needed to post their 13th victory in 25 Major League Soccer games this season. Montreal dominated possession and had 25 shots to United's solitary effort, but the result extended Washington's lead in the Eastern Conference to 10 points. ...

  • Kamara scores twice, Crew rallies to beat Rapids 2-1 (The Associated Press)

    COMMERCE CITY, Colo. (AP) -- Kei Kamara scored twice in the second half to regain the MLS goals lead in the Columbus Crew's 2-1 comeback victory over the Colorado Rapids on Saturday night.