FC Dallas puts 6 past Real Salt Lake
FRISCO, Texas (AP) — Belgian winger Roland Lamah scored a hat-trick and 16-year-old Jesus Ferreira scored on his MLS debut as FC Dallas thrashed Real Salt Lake 6-2 on Saturday.
Lamah completed his hat-trick inside the first 31 minutes before Argentinian Maxi Urruti and Canadian Tesho Akindele joined in the rout to give Dallas a commanding 5-0 lead at halftime.
Jamaican midfielder Omar Holness and captain Kyle Beckerman pulled two back for Real in the second half before Ferreira came off the bench and the Colombian-born teenager scored on debut.
REVOLUTION 3, TORONTO FC 0
FOXBOROUGH, Massachusetts (AP) — Eastern Conference leaders Toronto lost for the first time since April as New England registered just its fifth win of the campaign.
Missing Michael Bradley and Jozy Altidore to international duty, Toronto saw its eight-match unbeaten streak ended in emphatic fashion.
Ivory Coast’s Benjamin Angoua gave New England the lead in the 17th minute with his first MLS goal before Uruguay’s Diego Fagundez and replacement Juan Agudelo added goals in the second half to complete the upset.
SPORTING KC 3, MINNESOTA UNITED 0
KANSAS CITY, Kansas (AP) — Ike Opara, Jimmy Medranda and Saad Abdul-Salaam all scored their first goals of the season as Sporting Kansas City beat Minnesota United to move back into first place in the Western Conference standings.
Opara opened his team’s account when he scored in first-half stoppage time then Colombian midfielder Medranda and Abdul-Salaam added goals in the second term.
IMPACT 1, RED BULLS 0
MONTREAL (AP) — Swiss international Blerim Dzemaili scored his first MLS goal after having an earlier strike disallowed as Montreal beat New York.
Dzemaili scored in the 67th minute after combining with Argentine midfielder Ignacio Piatt after his first half goal was ruled offside.
NEW YORK CITY FC 2, UNION 1
NEW YORK (AP) — Maxime Chanot and Alexander Callens both scored in the final 10 minutes as New York City FC came from a goal down to beat Philadelphia.
The Union went ahead when Fabrice-Jean Picault scored in the 69th minute but Luxembourg defender Chanot equalized after 80 minutes when he climbed above two defenders and headed the ball inside the near post off a corner from Argentinian Maximiliano Morzlez.
Peruvian defender Callens got the winner for New York five minutes later when he knocked in a rebound.
WHITECAPS 3, ATLANTA UNITED 1
VANCOUVER, British Columbia (AP) — Costa Rican defender Kendall Waston scored twice in the first half as Vancouver came from behind to beat Atlanta.
Atlanta went ahead after just seven minutes when Greg Garza found the back of the net but Vancouver was 2-1 in front by halftime after a pair of goals from captain Watson.
On-loan Colombian striker Fredy Montero then scored in the 66th minute to seal the win for the Whitecaps.
RAPIDS 2, CREW 1
COMMERCE CITY, Colorado (AP) — Super-sub Alan Gordon scored within four minutes of coming on as Colorado struck twice in the last 10 minutes to beat Columbus.
The Crew had gone ahead in the 61st minute when Argentine midfielder Dederico Higuain netted but Colorado equalized 10 minutes from fulltime through Irish defender Kevin Doyle.
Watson then came off the bench and made an immediate impact, scoring the winner off a header from Josh Gatt’s cross in the 86th minute.
GALAXY 0, D.C. UNITED 0
WASHINGTON (AP) — LA Galaxy stretched its unbeaten to run to six matches when it was held to a scoreless draw with D.C. United, who have gone four games without scoring.