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Toronto FC vs. Chivas: early predictions

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Toronto vs. America: 50-50 Challenge

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 By Jason Davis

MLS Power Rankings: Atlanta United top, Toronto FC in freefall

1. Atlanta United (+1)
Four points this week for Atlanta, who left New England disappointed with a draw on Wednesday, but benefited from two red cards in the win over Philadelphia on Saturday. Atlanta returns to the top of the rankings on the back of the win.

2. Sporting Kansas City (+1) 
Sporting did what good teams do on Sunday in a 4-1 win over Minnesota at Children's Mercy Park. Given a chance to put a weaker team to the sword, Peter Vermes' side did just that. Homegrown signing Wan Kuzain,...

 By Jason Davis

MLS Power Rankings: Toronto tumbles seven spots, Atlanta leads unchanged top four

1. Atlanta United (no change)
Wednesday's loss to SKC came down to a combination of factors, including a bit of bad luck, but it showed that United is vulnerable. The win against Orlando set the ship right and keeps Atlanta on top of the overall standings.

2. New York Red Bulls (no change)
The finest of margins helped the Red Bulls grab three points on the road in Colorado when Derrick Etienne's goal was ruled onside thanks to VAR. Close decision or not, New York deserved the win and looks...

 By Jason Davis

MLS Power Rankings: Toronto FC jumps four spots, Atlanta United still tops

1. Atlanta United (no change)
Atlanta United again showed its class in a 2-1 win on the road in Chicago, jumping into first place in both the Eastern Conference and the overall standings in the process. Tata Martino's team is clearly the best side in the league at the moment.

2. New York Red Bulls (+1)
The Red Bulls struck a blow in the battle for New York with a comprehensive 4-0 win over NYCFC on Saturday. New York's offseason investment in Alejandro Romero Gamarra (aka Kaku) is starting...

Bradley's missed penalty not a true reflection of Toronto FC's campaign

Herculez Gomez and the FC boys break down Toronto's CCL final defeat to Chivas, Michael Bradley's role over the two legs and more.

It was the kind of performance that years from now ought to be recalled with fondness. Toronto FC trailed 2-1 from the first leg of the CONCACAF Champions League final against C.D. Guadalajara. And with just about every center-back on its roster injured, the Reds delivered a performance for the ages, beating Chivas 2-1 to level the series on aggregate.

Alas, that will not be all that is remembered. Chivas ended up prevailing in the ensuing penalty shootout 4-2 to claim continental supremacy for...

 By Tom Marshall

Chivas ensure MLS wait for a CONCACAF Champions League title continues

Herculez Gomez and the FC boys break down Toronto's CCL final defeat to Chivas, Michael Bradley's role over the two legs and more.

GUADALAJARA, Mexico -- Chivas defeated Toronto 4-2 on penalties to lift the CONCACAF Champions League trophy on Wednesday in Estadio Akron.

Toronto won the second leg 2-1, equalling the aggregate score 3-3, to take the game to penalties, with U.S. international Michael Bradley missing the final spot kick to hand Chivas the title.

Here are three takes from a tense night in Guadalajara:

1. Chivas scrape by as the MLS wait goes on

Twelve long years have passed since a non-Mexican team has won the CONCACAF...

Toronto FC face unfamiliar CCL final scenario: coming from behind

For the past year, Toronto FC has met every challenge in front of it. From Sebastian Giovinco's last-gasp winner to claim the Canadian Championship to the wire-to-wire procession to the Supporters Shield to the dominating MLS Cup final triumph against the Seattle Sounders, the Reds have delivered when it mattered most.

Sure, there has been a hiccup or two along the way. The Ottawa Fury actually led Toronto in the Canadian Championship after the first leg of the semifinals. Montreal inched in...