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Expansion Los Angeles FC tops Montreal Impact 5-3

Expansion Los Angeles FC tops Montreal Impact 5-3

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Montreal (AP) - Carlos Vella scored a penalty in the 83rd minute, and Los Angeles FC defeated Montreal Impact 5-3 5-1 on Saturday and captured Ignacio Pietri's hat-trick.

Los Angeles (4-2-0) scored four consecutive second semis for the second consecutive victory. Montreal (2-5-0) has three consecutive defeats.

Lauren Angle scored on returning to Montreal after doing business in Offseason in Los Angeles.

Beni Phillaber and Latif bless the goals added for LA, and the impact defender Jukta Raita scored the goal.

Montreal was reduced to a player in the 31st minute when Victor Cabrera received a red card

directly for an agreement on Marco Urena in the penalty area.

Urn went into the place, but Ivan Bush found his fingers in a low and powerful blow. Montreal was progressing 2-1.

Vela made Orena's last 4-3 for Miss, Daniel Lovitz shot Diego Rossi

in the middle after taking him to the box. Blessing added a goal in the 89th minute.

FC Dallas 2, Union 0

Frisco, Texas (AP) - Mauro Diaz and Maximiliano Uruti scored and FC Dallas defeated Philadelphia, one of two undefeated MLS teams.

Diaz opened the scoring after 64 minutes with a penalty kick.

Matt Hedges of Dallas imposed a penalty by joining the Diaz corner and attempting to retire from Defender Austen Trustee at the top of the 6-yard box.

FC Dallas (3-0-3) scored a 2-0 goal in the 74th minute when Roland Lama played the ball on the left side with Uruta,

who slid along with his first touch around goalkeeper Andre Blake, Angle finished by narrow.

The union increased its winning streak to five and fell to 1-3-2.

Orlando City 3, Earth 2

Orlando, Fla. (AP) - Chris Mueller had a goal and support and Orlando City beat San Jose for the fourth consecutive victory.

Millar's chest was trapped for a long time by Yoshimar Yatun,

defeating a defender and scoring an upward shot to open the scoring in the second minute, from the upper right corner of the 6-yard box.

True Kljestan scored a goal in the 35th and Dominic Dvire scored a 69 in the 69th minute

to take a 3-0 lead from Orlando City (4-2-1). Florian Junggarth remained 78th and 90th for San Jose (1-3-2).

Dynamo5, Toronto FC1

Houghton (AP) - Rommel Quito had one goal and two assistants, Willis saved six,

and Houston defeated Toronto FC to break the streak of four consecutive victories.

In the third minute, Mauro Manassas, 22, José Leonardo Ribeiro da Silva took seventh place in his fourth season with the Dynamo (2-2-2).

Quito took this from Julian Dun-Johnson of Toronto to Montas,

who took some steps and simply pasted with tape from inside the area to open the score

and Leonardo received the approval and simply rotated it into the post from the top of the field.

Quiet defeated Dunn from the left and, center-back was withdrawn by the defender,

Eric Alexander finished the points for the 3-0 start in the second half.

Michelle Tenter led Ager Octte's corner kick for her first MLS goal to put Toronto (1-4-0) on board in the 52nd minute,

but Quito took Albury Alice for a goal from 60. Fed and then scoring 77

Fire 2, red bull 1

Harrison, NJ (AP) - Alexander Kattai and Ninja Nikolic scored and Richard Sanchez saved nine career goals to help Chicago by defeating New York.

Katai made a 1-0 lead in the 31st minute (2-3-1).

Brandon Vincent's corner kick was chaired by Aaron Long of New York, but Katai drilled the left paddle into the net.

Goalkeeper Luis Robles converted Nikolik into his place in the 69th minute after taking the cut on the field.

Bradley Wright-Philips scored at number 81 (3-3-0) for New York. Red Bulls took their streak of 11 undefeated games.

CREW 2, Revolution 2, TIE

Columbus, Ohio (AP) - Christian Penila scored the first-round tie

with Columbus in the first minute of time in the first half of injury time and the New England organization.

The Penilla Arching Pass, for the only time, by Juan Aguado to finish the scoring of New England (3-2-2) in the last game of the first half.

In the 43rd minute, Gazi Zardas defeated 2-1 with a standing shot from the middle of the 18-yard box and 2-1 for the team's fifth goal of 2-1 (3-3-2).

New England's Andrew Ferrell unknowingly put the ball behind his net for his goal, and Till Bunbury equalized in the 14th minute.

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