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MAJOR LEAGUE SOCCER

2017/2018 Season

POS TEAM W D L PTS
9 Philadelphia 5 4 7 19
10 DC United 5 3 9 18
11 Montreal 4 6 5 18
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ESPN FC  By ESPN staff

D.C. United red card rescinded after Union player admits he wasn't kicked

Steve Nicol and Shaka Hislop are delighted with Haris Medunjanin's show of sportsmanship after admitting to the referee he was not touched by Luciano Acosta.
Luciano Acosta is given a straight red by the referee, who then changes his mind on the sending off.

Philadelphia midfielder Haris Medunjanin admitted he talked the referee into rescinding a red card shown D.C. United's Luciano Acosta for a foul on the Union player on Saturday night.

Acosta fouled Medunjanin while battling for the ball near the sideline, and referee Sorin Stoica showed the D.C. player a red card after believing that he had reached out to kick Medunjanin.

But moments later, Stoica returned to Acosta and told him he could remain on the pitch, taking away the red...

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NYCFC earns first victory at Red Bulls, Union hold off rival D.C. United

NYCFC picked up just their second ever win in the Hudson River Derby with a 2-0 victory at Red Bull Arena.

Jack Harrison and Ben Sweat scored to help New York City FC beat the New York Red Bulls 2-0 in the Hudson River Derby on Saturday.

The win was only NYCFC's second over its local rivals and first at Red Bull Arena in the club's three seasons.

Harrison scored his seventh goal of the season to give NYCFC the lead in the 34th minute. Rodney Wallace held the ball on the edge of the box before passing to the overlapping Sweat, who fed the former No. 1 pick to put a shot in under the bar.

Sweat added...

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Minnesota hangs on to beat Portland as D.C. United rallies to beat Atlanta

Five goals, two own-goals, and two red cards defined Minnesota's narrow win over the Portland Timbers in Minnesota.

Expansion club Minnesota United held on for a 3-2 win against 2015 champions Portland Timbers on Wednesday night, in a match where both teams finished with 10 men.

The hosts got off to a perfect start when Amobi Okugo redirected a Minnesota cross through the six-yard box into his own net to put Portland down 1-0.

However, the Timbers levelled before the break from the penalty spot, with Diego Valeri finishing from the spot after drawing a foul from Minnesota keeper Bobby Shuttleworth in the...