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Portland Timbers' Samuel Armenteros, Diego Valeri cancel out Montreal Impact lead

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Samuel Armenteros and Diego Valeri each scored their seventh goals of the season, helping the Portland Timbers come back twice from a goal down to salvage a 2-2 draw with the Montreal Impact and run their league-best unbeaten run to 13 matches.

Valeri's goal came with some controversy, with replays suggesting the Argentine used his left arm to push off Montreal goalkeeper Evan Bush to win the ball in the air. In the aftermath, Montreal coach Remi Garde was ejected for his protests by referee Fotis...

Colorado Rapids score late to force draw with Real Salt Lake

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Dillon Serna's late second-half goal helped the visiting Colorado Rapids escape with a 2-2 draw against Real Salt Lake on Saturday night.

Jack McBean added a first-half goal for the Rapids who rallied from an early 2-0 deficit to grab a point on the road. Colorado remains winless in 17 consecutive matches in Utah dating back to 2007.

Salt Lake dominated before an hour-long lightning delay. RSL jumped out in front behind a pair of quick goals from Damir Kreilach and Joao Plata. They extended their...

Columbus Crew's Wil Trapp hits stunning stoppage-time winner against Orlando City

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Wil Trapp scored his first goal since 2014, a stunning 35-yarder in the second minute of second-half stoppage time, as the Columbus Crew rallied for 3-2 victory against visiting Orlando City on Saturday.

Trapp has two goals in 145 MLS matches. The other came Sept. 13, 2014, versus the Houston Dynamo.

Gyasi Zardes scored twice, including the tying penalty kick in the 88th minute, for the Crew, who ended a two-game losing streak.

Sacha Kljestan scored and had an assist and Stefano Pinho put Orlando...

Joe Willis comes up big as Houston Dynamo hold FC Dallas

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Houston goalkeeper Joe Willis made a huge save on a second-half penalty kick to help the host Dynamo earn a 1-1 tie with first-place FC Dallas on Saturday night in the Texas Derby at BBVA Compass Stadium.

Willis stymied FC Dallas forward Roland Lamah in the 62nd minute to keep the game tied. He also covered up the ensuing rebound.

Forward Mauro Manotas scored the lone goal for Houston.

Defender Matt Hedges scored the lone goal for FC Dallas, which is four points ahead of second-place Los Angeles...

New York Red Bulls blank the New England Revolution

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Bradley Wright-Phillips and Daniel Royer each scored goals and Luis Robles picked up his sixth shutout of the season as the New York Red Bulls blanked the New England Revolution 2-0 on Saturday night at Red Bull Arena in Harrison, N.J.

It was the 13th goal of the season and 99th of his career for Wright-Phillips, who ranks second in the MLS in goals this season behind Atlanta United's Josef Martinez, who has 22.

Robles had a highlight-reel, point-blank save on Teal Bunbury in the 36th minute en...