MLS: Fabian Castillo, FC Dallas top D.C. United; Red Bulls stay hot
FRISCO, Texas (AP)—
Tesho Akindele found space to the left of goal and fed a cross to Victor Ulloa inside the penalty area that he fired toward goal. Defender
Four minutes later, Kemp fired a cross in front of Dallas goalkeeper Dan Kennedy toward
RED BULLS 2, ORLANDO CITY 0
ORLANDO, Fla. (AP)—
New York has won four of its last five MLS matches to improve to 8-6-5.
Kljestan scored in the 21st minute, and Grella connected in stoppage time. Grella has five goals this season, and Kljestan has three.
Orlando City dropped to 6-8-6.
RAPIDS 1, SOUNDERS 0
The Rapids (5-6-9) had been 0-8-1 at
SPORTING KANSAS CITY 2, IMPACT 1
KANSAS CITY, Kan. (AP)—
Kansas City Sporting (9-3-6) has won a franchise-record eight straight home games, including all competitions.
Feilhaber opened the scoring in the fourth minute after
WHITECAPS 1, TIMBERS 1, TIE
PORTLAND, Ore. (AP)—Matias Laba scored in the 58th minute to pull Vancouver even with Portland in a Cascadia Cup rivalry match.
Diego Valeri scored in the first half for the Timbers (9-7-5), who had won six of their previous eight games. Portland, coming off a 3–0 loss at Philadelphia last weekend, was jockeying with the Whitecaps for position in the Western Conference.
With a win, Vancouver (10-8-3) could have pulled even with FC Dallas atop the standings, despite dropping its previous two matches.
The match ended on a contentious note. Vancouver defender Jordan Harvey was sent off with a red card in stoppage time after a slide tackle from behind on Valeri. There a shoving match between the teams at the final whistle, and Portland's Will Johnson appeared to exchange words with the officials, resulting in a yellow card and then a red.
TORONTO FC 2, UNION 1
The game turned in a three-minute sequence in the first half when Giovinco set up Marky Delgado in the 29th minute and scored himself in the 32nd. Giovinco has 12 goals and nine assists this season.
Toronto improved to 8-7-3, and Philadelphia dropped to 6-11-4.
REVOLUTION 1, NYC FC 0
FOXBOROUGH, Mass. (AP)—
New England improved to 7-9-6.
New York City (5-9-6) played the final 35 minutes of regulation and six more of stoppage time a man down after
REAL SALT LAKE 2, DYNAMO 0
SANDY, Utah (AP)—
Plata fed Javier Molales, who turned and drilled a shot that went in off the post in the 36th minute. Plata added his first goal of the season in the 65th minute, taking a feed at the top of the goal box, dribbling into clear space and driving a shot into the lower right corner.
Houston played most of the second half short-handed after
Real Salt Lake improved to 6-7-8, and Houston dropped to 6-6-8.