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MAJOR LEAGUE SOCCER

2017/2018 Season

POS TEAM W D L PTS
1 Toronto 14 8 3 50
2 NYCFC 14 4 7 46
3 Chicago 12 5 8 41
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 By Arch Bell

Canadian clubs making big push, Jared Watts adds to rough Rapids season

Herculez Gomez and Brian McBride discuss Toronto's dominant win over Chicago and their pursuit of MLS history.

While the European leagues are just starting up, MLS is nearing the home stretch. Here's a look at the best and worst from the weekend.

Heroes

Talk about a statement win. Toronto FC departed the Windy City with a decisive 3-1 victory over the Chicago Fire in a battle of arguably the two best teams in the Eastern Conference, if not the league. If there was ever an indicator of TFC's depth, it's the fact that 15 different players have scored for the Canadian outfit this season. The Reds also became...

ESPN FC  By ESPN staff

Toronto FC beats Fire to hit 50 points; Ignacio Piatti stays hot for Montreal

Nicolas Hasler's first MLS goal secured three vital points for Toronto at Chicago in a battle of two of the East's best.

Nicolas Hasler scored his first MLS goal to boost league-leading Toronto FC to a 3-1 win at the Chicago Fire on Saturday night.

After Chicago could only half-clear the ball in the 63rd minute, Victor Vazquez lofted the ball back into the box and Hasler headed home the winner.

Marco Delgado had opened the scoring and Sebastian Giovinco added a late goal as Toronto widened its lead in the Eastern Conference to seven points ahead of New York City FC's game on Sunday.

Delgado poked home after Chicago...

ESPN FC  By ESPN staff

Toronto FC forward Sebastian Giovinco: 'I want to be the best'

Herculez Gomez is full of praise for Toronto FC, but questions whether they are capable of making MLS history.

Toronto FC star Sebastian Giovinco says he's using the lessons he learned at Juventus to help give Toronto FC a winning mentality.

The former Bianconeri man became an instant sensation upon joining Major League Soccer in February of 2015, scoring 22 goals and providing 13 assists in his first season in Canada -- a performance which saw him named the league's MVP.

He followed that up with 17 goals and 14 assists in a campaign that ended with a loss in the 2016 MLS Cup final. And this season, the...