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MAJOR LEAGUE SOCCER

2016/2017 Season

POS TEAM W D L PTS
8 New England 6 9 11 27
9 Columbus 5 11 9 26
10 Chicago 5 8 12 23
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Patrick Mullins' hat trick leads D.C. United past the Fire, L.A. draw blank

A first-half red card for Chicago spurred DC United's onslaught, scoring six, with Patrick Mullins grabbing a hat trick.

Patrick Mullins scored three goals while Patrick Nyarko added a goal and two assists as D.C. United beat the 10-man Chicago Fire 6-2 on Saturday.

Mullins finished Nyarko's cross in the 40th minute to give United the lead for good at 2-1. Mullins made it 3-1 in the first minute of first-half stoppage time and struck again in the 74th for a 5-2 lead. It was the first hat trick for D.C. United since Luis Silva's in June 2014.

Luciano Acosta gave United the initial lead in the 25th minute with a close-range...

 By Jason Davis

Villa's NYCFC dazzle, Dempsey boosts Seattle, Chicago snaps away woes

LA Galaxy's first trip to Yankee Stadium was a forgettable one, as David Villa pushed NYCFC past the visitors.

Week 26 of the Major League Soccer season saw New York City FC seal a 1-0 win over the LA Galaxy and a handful of away wins in an entertaining round of matches.

NYCFC shows its credentials

From the outset of Saturday's clash between New York City FC and the LA Galaxy at Yankee Stadium, the visitors were obviously uncomfortable. A team who is at their best when utilizing every inch of a large field back in Carson simply did not have the space to impose themselves on their hosts. And while...

ESPN FC  By ESPN staff

East-leading NYCFC beat LA Galaxy as Toronto FC wins to keep pace

LA Galaxy's first trip to Yankee Stadium was a forgettable one, as David Villa pushed NYCFC past the visitors.

David Villa scored an early goal and New York City FC held off the LA Galaxy to win 1-0 at Yankee Stadium on Saturday.

LA keeper Clement Diop got a piece of Ronald Matarrita's shot, but it still fell for Villa to score from close range in the sixth minute.

Villa nearly added a second goal in the first half but Diop stretched to deny him with a good save.

NYCFC keeper Josh Saunders was called into action before halftime to push away Nigel de Jong's bicycle kick.

The Galaxy saw their nine-game unbeaten...