MLS: Real Salt Lake beats Dynamo, Jordan Morris scores again, more

REAL SALT LAKE 2, HOUSTON DYNAMO 1

SANDY, Utah (AP) — Yura Movsisyan scored the go-ahead goal in the 70th minute and Real Salt Lake beat the Houston Dynamo 2-1 on Saturday night to move into a tie for the MLS lead.

Movsisyan raced in toward the left post to finish Demar Phillips' cross at the end of a nine-pass combination. Real Salt Lake (5-1-2) has won four of its last five and moved into a three-way tie for first place with the Colorado Rapids and FC Dallas.

Jordan Allen tied it for RSL in the 62nd minute with a right-footed rocket into the middle of the net. Nick Rimando had back-to-back saves in the 80th minute to preserve the win.

Leonel Miranda scored the opening goal in the 54th minute for the Dynamo (1-5-2). His shot from the top left corner of the area deflected off defender Jamison Olave and slipped by Rimando.

SOUNDERS 1, CREW 0

SEATTLE (AP) — Rookie Jordan Morris scored off a rebound in the 88th minute to give Seattle the victory over Columbus.

After Oalex Anderson's shot was stopped by goalkeeper Steve Clark, Morris kicked in the loose ball for this third goal in three games.

In front of a crowd of 39,473 at CenturyLink Field, Seattle (3-4-1) came on strong in the second half with several near-goals. Columbus (2-4-2) dropped to 0-3-2 on the road.

Seattle outshot the Crew 16-13. Clark had seven saves and Seattle's Stefan Frei finished with four.

NEW YORK CITY FC 3, WHITECAPS 2

NEW YORK (AP) — Steven Mendoza broke a tie in the 73rd minute and New York City FC beat Vancouver to snap a seven-game winless streak.

David Villa had two first-half goals for New York City (2-3-4).

Octavio Rivero and Christian Bolonos scored for Vancouver (3-5-2).

FIRE 1, D.C. UNITED 1, TIE

BRIDGEVIEW, Ill. (AP) — Patrick Nyarko scored for D.C. United in the 64th minute and the Washington club tied Chicago in rainy conditions.

Nyarko headed in a cross on a short corner against his former team.

Chicago rookie Jonathan Campbell scored off Arturo Alvarez's cross in the 41st minute.

D.C. United is 2-3-4, and Chicago 1-2-4.

ORLANDO CITY 2, REVOLUTION 2, TIE

FOXBOROUGH, Mass. (AP) — Carlos Rivas tied it in the 90th minute and Orlando City survived New England's late chances.

Rivas finished Cyle Larin's cross with a left-footed shot from the center of the box, and Orlando City goalkeeper Joe Bendik saved Donald Smith's close-range shot moments later. The Revs' Juan Agudelo hit the crossbar with a header in the final minute.

Agudelo entered as a substitute in 70th and scored on his first touch a minute later to give the Revolution (1-2-7) a 2-1 lead.The Revolution opened the scoring in the seventh minute on Diego Fagundez's goal. Kevin Molino tied it for Orlando City (2-2-4) in the 30th.

EARTHQUAKES 1, UNION 1, TIE

CHESTER, Pa. (AP) — Simon Dawkins scored in the 83rd minute to give San Jose the tie with Philadelphia.

Dawkins weaved through defense to even the score for the Earthquakes (4-2-3).

Chris Pontius opened the scoring for Philadelphia (4-3-1) in the 30th minute. The Union dropped to 10 men in the 59th minute when Anibal Godoy was sent off with his second yellow card.

RAPIDS 2, IMPACT 2, TIE

MONTREAL (AP) — Bobby Burling scored for Colorado in the 73rd minute and the Rapids tied Montreal.

Shkelzen Gashi also scored for Colorado (5-2-2). The Rapids won their previous three games.

Didier Drogba and Maxim Tissot scored for Montreal (4-3-2). The Impact ended a disappointing run of three games in eight days with two draws and a loss.

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