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New York City FC level late with Chicago, FC Dallas draw with Red Bulls

David Villa set up goals at the end of each half, helping New York City FC to a 2-2 draw against Chicago Fire, snapping a four-game losing streak.
The Red Bulls wall does its job blocking Mauro Diaz's free kick as New York and Dallas ended in a goalless draw.

Felipe Martins' goal-line block on a Michael Barrios shot in the 72nd minute of play helped the New York Red Bulls play FC Dallas to a scoreless draw Friday night.

Barrios, who came on in relief of reigning MLS rookie of the year Tesho Akindele in the 59th minute, found open space to the left of Luis Robles and bent a shot that cleanly beat the New York keeper, but the Brazilian midfielder, positioned on the goal line, made the save.

Bradley Wright-Phillips took a cross from Chris Duvall in the...

David Villa has two assists as New York City FC draw 2-2 with Chicago Fire

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Chicago Fire defender Lovel Palmer heads the ball away from New York City FC's Patrick Mullins and Jason Hernandez.

NEW YORK -- David Villa set up goals at the end of each half and New York City FC tied the Chicago Fire 2-2 on Friday night at Yankee Stadium to snap a four-game losing streak, but extended its winless run to nine games.

With New York City down 2-0, Villa fired a shot from the top of the box in first-half extra time. Chicago goalkeeper Sean Johnson made a diving save, but Mehdi Ballouchy drove home a long rebound to make it 2-1.

In the first minute of extra time at the end of the match, Villa...

Crew claim 1st home win vs. Sounders; Dallas burn Galaxy, top MLS standings

In an end-to-end match it was the Columbus Crew who took all three points at home over a resilient Seattle Sounders side, who will feel unlucky not to leave Ohio with a point.

Kei Kamara scored two goals and the Columbus Crew beat Seattle 3-2 on Saturday night for their first home victory against the Sounders.

Columbus (4-3-2) is now 1-3-1 at home against Seattle (5-3-1). The visiting team had won the previous three meetings in the series.

Kamara headed home Waylon Francis' cross in the 10th minute to open the scoring for Columbus. Seattle's Clint Dempsey tied the match at 1-1 in the 24th minute. He was given space near the penalty arc and took advantage with a left-footed...