The Vancouver Whitecaps snapped the New England Revolution's 17-game home unbeaten streak with a 2–1 victory Saturday night. Elsewhere, D.C. United tied Toronto FC and the San Jose Earthquakes beat the LA Galaxy.
FOXBOROUGH, Mass. (AP) —
The West-leading Whitecaps have won an MLS-best six road games through the first half of the season.
New England has lost three straight. It was coming off back-to-back 2–1 losses at Washington and Columbus.
Vancouver grabbed the lead in the 18th minute when Cristian Techera's left-footed shot caromed off Revolution goalkeeper
Earthquakes 3, Galaxy 1
STANFORD, Calif. (AP) —
Matias Perez Garcia added two assists for the Quakes (7-5-4), the first on a well-placed cross that Wondolowski smashed into the net in the 28th minute for a 1-all tie. Wondolowski moved alone into second place the MLS goal race, three behind Columbus'
The Galaxy (7-6-7) took the lead in the 17th minute on Juninho's 30-yard rocket from straightaway that curled just enough from San Jose goalkeeper
D.C. United 0, Toronto FC 0
TORONTO (AP) —
Players had trouble putting passes together in the relentless rain, with wind gusts that had the players' shorts flapping like flags.
Eastern Conference-leading D.C. United is 10-5-5. Toronto is 7-6-2.
Union 2, Impact 2
CHESTER, Pa. (AP) —
After a Philadelphia corner kick, the ball bounced outside the box and Fabinho fired a shot that goalkeeper
Eric Ayuk Mbu gave Philadelphia (5-10-4) a 1–0 lead, one-timing a shot from the top of the penalty box in the eighth minute.
Montreal (5-6-3) tied it when
Former Union forward
Sporting KC, Rapids 0
KANSAS CITY, Kan. (AP) —
Myers returned to MLS action for the first time since rupturing his
Kansas City improved to 7-3-6, and Colorado dropped to 2-6-9. The Rapids, who have not won in Kansas City since 2002, stretched their MLS winless streak to six.
Crew 2, Real Salt Lake 2
SANDY, Utah (AP) —
Real Salt Lake's