Three MLS teams are through to the CONCACAF Champions League quarterfinals. Can one of them finish it off? And who is the best team in the MLS so far?
MONTREAL — Two dramatic goals in stoppage time from Chinonso Offor and Romell Quioto saw Montreal pick up its first points of the Major League Soccer season in a back-and-forth 3-2 win over Philadelphia Union on Saturday night at Olympic Stadium. Quioto scored a brace and Offor added another in Montreal’s (1-3-0) home opener, while Mikael Uhre scored a brace of his own for Philadelphia (2-2-0). A significantly reworked Montreal squad was needed due to the injury streak currently running rampant
NEW YORK (AP) — Talles Magno and Santiago Rodríguez scored first-half goals and New York City FC never trailed in a 3-2 victory over D.C. United on Saturday night at Yankee Stadium. NYCFC (2-1-1) grabbed a 1-0 lead in the 17th minute on a goal by Magno, his first of the season. Braian Cufré and Keaton Parks picked up assists on the score. NYCFC took a 2-0 lead into halftime after Rodríguez took a pass from Gabriel Pereira and found the net in the 37th minute. Christian Benteke pulled DC United (
Toronto FC finally got into the win column Saturday, blanking Inter Miami 2-0 on a frigid night at BMO Field. Second-half goals by Canadians Jonathan Osorio and Mark-Anthony Kaye helped Toronto (1-1-2) turn the tide after a season-opening 3-2 loss at D.C. United and 1-1 draws at Atlanta and against Columbus. "It was important tonight," Toronto coach Bob Bradley said of the win. "The beginnings of seasons are strange, between weather, between fields. Look, it is what it is, but cold-weather teams