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MAJOR LEAGUE SOCCER

2016/2017 Season

POS TEAM W D L PTS
7 Orlando SC 5 13 7 28
8 New England 6 9 11 27
9 Chicago 5 8 11 23
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Fill-in Knighton perfect as Revs draw with Earthquakes 0-0

Revolution goalkeeper Brad Knighton picked up his first clean sheet of the season as New England pocketed a point in Wednesday's 0-0 draw to the San Jose Earthquakes at Avaya Stadium in San Jose, Calif.

Knighton, who earned his second straight start over regular keeper Bobby Shuttleworth, made one save and collected two crosses to help the Revolution snap a four-game losing streak. Teammate Kei Kamara fired a game-high five shots, but San Jose keeper David Bingham also did his part to keep the match...

Same mistakes haunt New England Revolution in loss to Crew SC

The Revs run of poor form doesn't seem to have an end in sight, being shut out at home for the second straight game.

FOXBOROUGH, Mass. -- If you're looking for proof that those who don't learn from their mistakes are doomed to repeat them, just take a look at the current form of the New England Revolution.

For the second straight week, the Revolution conceded in the opening stages of each half, and for the second straight week, they fell in front of the home crowd during Saturday's 2-0 loss to Columbus Crew SC.

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"It's unacceptable, quite frankly," Revolution coach Jay Heaps said of the Crew SC's eighth- and 49th-minute...

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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...