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 By Chris Wright

MLS referee uses vanishing spray to fend off players during penalty appeal

Chris Penso used vanishing spray to keep LA and Minnesota players away while discussing a possible handball with his linesman.

Policing a crowded penalty area can be a difficult undertaking at the best of times.

However, MLS referee Chris Penso devised a quick and clever way to afford himself some breathing space during LA Galaxy's trip to Minnesota United on Sunday.

When a corner kick resulted in a penalty appeal for handball, Penso used his spray to mark a line on the field and keep the bickering players at bay while he consulted with his official on the sideline.

Drawing a line in the sand, quite literally -- you've...

 By Jason Davis

Toronto takes over atop MLS Power Rankings as Philly leaps seven spots

From Gerso's hat trick to Miguel Almiron's magic night, relive all the goals from the 12th week of MLS action.

Another weekend of surprising results shuffles our Major League Soccer Power Rankings. It might be a week late, but Toronto FC finally takes over at the top.

1. Toronto FC (+1)
The Reds couldn't keep their winning streak going, but a point on the road with a 1-1 draw against the New York Red Bulls will do.

2. FC Dallas (-1)
Dallas' first defeat of the year, a shocking 1-0 loss against the San Jose Earthquakes, came at home -- where Dallas lost just once in 2016.

3. Sporting Kansas City (no...

 By Arch Bell

Philadelphia Union continue to win as keepers have an impressive weekend

From Gerso's hat trick to Miguel Almiron's magic night, relive all the goals from the 12th week of MLS action.

Week 12 of the 2017 Major League Soccer season is in the books. Here's who stood out for the right and wrong reasons.

Heroes

Ever since their Fresh Prince of Bel-Air parody video, the Philadelphia Union have been unstoppable, winning four in a row and outscoring opponents 11-1. Just a coincidence? Hardly. It took a lot of guts for a team that hadn't won since August to produce a video like that, especially when the reaction from fans would be, "Um, shouldn't you be working on, like, soccer?" To...

Jason Kreis emerges from NYCFC struggles to inspire Orlando City

Orlando City drew 1-1 with San Jose Earthquakes in a frantic encounter last time out.

SAN JOSE, California -- As Jason Kreis sits down before a midweek game against the San Jose Earthquakes, he looks a man back in his element.

The Orlando City manager has just returned from practice, and the laptop he carries hints that the day's work is far from done. Yet there is an enthusiasm bubbling beneath the surface that reveals he is in sync with his environment. He's once again building a team into a contender; playing with a style that is easy on the eye. Results this season have largely...

 By Jason Davis

Orlando hosts expansion 'cousin' NYCFC; Seattle in 'must-win' territory

Kasey Keller joins Alexis Nunes to talk the most recent MLS power rankings.

Major League Soccer is in full swing. Jason Davis highlights the matches you can't miss as the season rolls into Week 12.

Toronto heads to New Jersey nearing history

Toronto FC is without Sebastian Giovinco for a few more weeks after the star striker picked up a quad injury. Nick Hagglund will be missing for at least two months, and possibly three. That, combined with a packed schedule, has forced the Reds to reach for every bit of their depth.

And yet, Toronto has won six straight games and is...

 By Matt Pentz

Minnesota United's 'misfits' have a point to prove in MLS after shaky start

Minnesota United duo Miguel Ibarra and Christian Ramirez are well known as Batman and Superman.

Whatever its weaknesses, the Minnesota United squad was never likely to give up that easily. Too many Loons had scrapped for too long to fold after just a few losses, no matter how humiliating.

Coach Adrian Heath said before his team's inaugural MLS season that he liked how many of his players -- a number of whom ascended with the club from the NASL -- had chips on their shoulders and points to prove.

After a month, when Minnesota had bled 18 goals in four games, that felt like a hollow excuse...