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Sounders beat Toronto 2-1 in a rematch of last 2 MLS Cups

Sounders beat Toronto 2-1 in a rematch of last 2 MLS Cups

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TORONTO (AP) - Handwala Bwana from the start of the second half and Seattle Sounders made a comeback in the final of the MLS Cup two by beating Toronto FC 2-1 on Wednesday night.

Seattle won championships in shooting in 2016, and Toronto won 2-0 in December.

Will Bruin also scored for Seattle (2-4-2), and Stephen Frey saved five.

Jonathan Osorio scored a score for Toronto (2-5-1).

Tossed Records had the opportunity to unite the headlines of Jordan Hamilton as he stopped,

but Frei was able to redirect the wide shot again.

Bavana scored his first MLS goal in his career, through Bruin's ball and beat Bono in the 54th minute.

Seattle opened the scoring in the 25th minute when Bruin defeated Bono's third pass from Magnus Volf's Vikram

Gregory Van der rolled out viol and season. Osorio tied with the feeding of Sebastian Giovinco in the header in

Toronto for the minute 40. Kansas City 2, Atlanta United 0 Sports

ATLANTA (AP) - Daniel Sloi and Gerso Fernandes scored goals in the second half and Tim Melia came up with

several big saves, which broke one of eight unbeaten games in Atlanta in a showdown between the leaders of the

two Sporting Kansas City conference.

After breaking goalkeeper Brad Guzan alone, he was given a red card to get Khairi Sajalton out of Kansas City,

just outside the penalty area. Emergency signatory of the wound fill a big saving Alec Kannu rookie Paul

Christensen Shortly after the signal, but could not resist the Sporting team with an additional player.

In. the 67th minute, Saloye defeated a Christensen who dived into the right post. In the final minutes, Fernandes

gave a long pass and went alone to Christensen. LAFC 2, Minnesota United

Los Angeles (AP) - Edward Etuesta and Mark-Anthony Kelly scored their first MLS goal, six minutes apart, and Los

Angeles FC defeated Minnesota United.

LAFC (6-2-1) beat Atlanta United 5-0 on April 7 and increased its streak in five games. Minnesota (4-6-0) shed its

the streak of two consecutive wins.

After 20 years of age, Colombia had started his second MLS, Diego Rossi captured near the penalty spot and left the

house through traffic at 31 minutes to open the scoring. A few minutes later, Kay rolled the Latif Blessing header

into the box. Tyler Miller's fourth shutout was a season to help LAFC remain inadequate at home. CREW 1, Union 0

Columbas, Ohio (AP) - Gulyas Jardis scored his sixth goal of the season

and Columbus kept Philadelphia uninterrupted on the road.

Columbus (5-3-3) increased his unbeaten run in four games. Philadelphia (2-5-2),

who lost four of the last five, did not win on the road in 16 games.

The 40th goal of Zardes in the race came in the 53rd minute with a simple touch.

Christian Martinez ran on a loose ball with the baseline and his cross

took goalkeeper Andre Blake into the open field on Zadeade's remote.

Fire 1, effect 0

Bridgeway, b. (AP) - Chicago defender Kevin Ellis scored in the 89th minute and Fire defeated Montreal.

Chicago (3-4-2) won three of the last five games of the series despite outsourcing the two goals,

7-5 to the Impact. Montreal (3-7-0) has lost five of the last six games.

Chicago goalkeeper Richard Sanchez had his second clean sheet of the season.

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