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MAJOR LEAGUE SOCCER

2017/2018 Season

POS TEAM W D L PTS
1 Kansas City 8 6 4 30
2 Houston 7 4 6 25
3 Portland 7 4 7 25
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ESPN FC  By ESPN staff

U.S. Open Cup: FC Cincinnati, Miami FC again upset MLS clubs to advance

FC Cincinnati stunned the Chicago Fire in the Round of 16 in the U.S. Open Cup, with goalie Mitch Hildebrandt playing hero.

FC Cincinnati continued its fairy-tale run in the U.S. Open Cup on Wednesday with a 3-1 penalty shootout win over the Chicago Fire to reach the quarterfinals.

The USL club made headlines after eliminating in-state Columbus Crew SC in the fifth round and needed penalties to sneak past a second-straight MLS club after a scoreless first 120 minutes.

Cincinnati had a goal controversially ruled out for offside late in the second half, while goalkeeper Mitch Hildebrandt made a number of fine saves...

ESPN FC  By ESPN staff

Dom Dwyer hopes to 'pay back some love' after first U.S. call-up

Dom Dwyer explains the emotions behind being called up to the United States national team and what he hopes to accomplish.

Dom Dwyer wants to repay the United States for the opportunities the country has given him after earning his first call-up to Bruce Arena's national team squad ahead of the Gold Cup.

Dwyer was born and raised in England but moved to the U.S. in 2009 to play in college, and has had his eye on the national team for years.

The 26-year-old has impressed in Major League Soccer with Sporting Kansas City over the last three seasons with 57 regular season goals -- the fourth-most of any player during that...

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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...