The Philadelphia Union celebrate Fred's goal during a 3-1 win over the New York Red Bulls on Wednesday.
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July 17, 2014

CARSON, Calif. (AP) — Robbie Keane had two goals and two assists, Gyasi Zardes scored twice, and Los Angeles extended New England's losing streak to six games in a 5-1 rout.

The Galaxy (7-3-6) went ahead 1-0 in the 10th minute on Keane's perfectly placed ball from the corner of the box. He added a goal into a vacated net in the 78th minute.

The Revolution's A.J. Soares was sent off in the 29th minute after a studs-up challenge. Seven minutes later, the Galaxy's Dan Gargan took down Teal Bunbury inside the box and was given a red card. Lee Nguyen converted the penalty kick for the Revolution (7-9-2).

Stefan Ishizaki scored the Galaxy's other goal on a deflected free kick.


COLUMBUS, Ohio (AP) — Benny Feilhaber scored in the 93rd minute, and Sporting Kansas City earned its fourth consecutive road win by beating Columbus 2-1 on Wednesday night.

Feilhaber rifled a shot off the crossbar from just outside the 18-yard box to move Sporting KC into first place in the Eastern Conference.

C.J. Sapong's header gave Sporting KC (9-5-5) a 1-0 lead in the first half. Columbus (4-7-8) tied it when Chad Barson lofted a cross inside the 6-yard box that deflected off Igor Juliao's shoulder for an own goal in the 69th minute.

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TORONTO (AP) — Jermain Defoe's 63rd-minute penalty kick lifted Toronto FC into a 1-1 tie with Vancouver.

Vancouver (6-4-8) took a 1-0 lead on Darren Mattocks' third goal of the season in the 50th minute. Defoe tied it for Toronto (7-5-4), with his third goal in two games and 11th in 13 MLS outings.


CHESTER, Pa. (AP) — Conor Casey scored in the 9th minute and added an assist as Philadelphia ended a seven-game, home-winless streak.

Casey's assist for Philadelphia (5-8-7) came in the 51st minute when he touched a cross to Fred, who slid it past goalkeeper Luis Robles.

Bradley Wright-Phillips scored for New York (5-6-8) in the 60th minute with his league-leading 16th goal.

Philadelphia's Sebastien Le Toux converted a penalty kick in the 69th minute to restore the two-goal advantage.

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