• The Canadian Press

    Montreal trips D.C. United 1-0, focuses on shot at top spot

    MONTREAL — CF Montreal will have it all to play for on Decision Day, sitting only two points behind first place in the Eastern Conference after a nervy 1-0 win over D.C. United on Saturday evening. A Donovan Pines own goal was the sole difference between Montreal (19-9-5) and United (7-20-6), who suffered their 20th loss of the Major Soccer League season. Montreal got on the front foot immediately, dictating the pace, dominating possession, and creating a golden opportunity inside the first 10 m

  • The Canadian Press

    Crew defeat Red Bulls 2-1 on Etienne's game-winner

    COLUMBUS, Ohio (AP) — Derrick Etienne scored the deciding goal in a 2-1 win for the Columbus Crew over the New York Red Bulls on Saturday. Etienne’s winner came in the fourth minute of stoppage time to put the Crew (10-7-15) up 2-1. Etienne scored all of the Crew’s goals in the matchup. Frankie Amaya scored for the Red Bulls (14-11-8). The Red Bulls outshot Columbus 10-9 with three shots on goal to the Crew's four. Eloy Room saved three of the four shots he faced for the Crew. Carlos Miguel save

  • The Canadian Press

    Duran Palacio scores, Fire win 3-2 over Cincinnati

    CINCINNATI (AP) — Jhon Jader Duran Palacio scored two goals, including the eventual winner in the 75th minute, in the Chicago Fire’s 3-2 win over Cincinnati on Saturday. Duran Palacio's winner was assisted by Brian Gutierrez, putting the Fire (10-15-8) ahead 3-0. The Fire also got one goal from Gutierrez. Luciano Acosta and Brandon Vazquez racked up one goal each for Cincinnati (11-9-13). Cincinnati outshot the Fire 18-12, with four shots on goal to six for the Fire. Roman Celentano made three s