Messi satisfied with 'important' win over Canada (0:44)
18h
Diego Fagundez scores goal for LA Galaxy (0:55)
2d
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Sounders strike twice in second half, draw with Dynamo

Paul Rothrock scored in his first MLS start, Jackson Ragen leveled six minutes later with his first career goal and the Seattle Sounders rallied from two down at halftime to a 2-2 draw against the host Houston Dynamo on Wednesday night.

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Julian Hall's late goal give Red Bulls draw at Montreal

Moments after entering as a substitute, 16-year-old Julian Hall scored his first career MLS goal, heading in a corner in the 88th minute lift the New York Red Bulls to a 2-2 draw with host CF Montreal on Wednesday.

Jackson Ragen scores the equalizer for Seattle (0:53)
2d
Kei Kamara heads in the equalizer for LAFC (0:20)
2d
Luca Orellano scores sensational goal from halfway (1:25)
2d
Leonardo Campana's goal proves decisive for Inter Miami (0:34)
2d
Thiago Almada weaves around D.C. United's midfield for brilliant goal (0:33)
2d
Ogden: Arsenal have a nightmare start to the Premier League season (1:34)
4d
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Inter Miami hires ex-Barcelona, Arsenal director

Former Barcelona and Arsenal director of football Raúl Sanllehí will join Inter Miami CF as co-president alongside Xavier Asensi, overseeing aspects of the sporting side and executing the ownership's player strategy.

Gabriel Pec doubles LA Galaxy's lead (0:19)
6d
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Latif Blessing lifts Atlanta United to draw with Dynamo

Latif Blessing made the most of his 30-plus minutes as a substitute by scoring the match-tying goal in the waning moments of the second half, lifting the visiting Houston Dynamo to a 2-2 draw with Atlanta United on Saturday in the first meeting...

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Revolution's 3-goal first half enough to top Whitecaps

Noel Buck, Giacomo Vrioni and Esmir Bajraktarevic each scored first-half goals to lead the New England Revolution to their third straight victory, 3-2, over the Vancouver Whitecaps on Saturday night in Foxborough, Mass.

MLS Ladder

EastGPWDLGDP
Inter Miami CF201253+1741
FC Cincinnati181233+1039
New York Red Bulls19874+631
New York City FC18927+429
Charlotte FC19856+129
Columbus Crew16763+827
Toronto FC19739-424
Nashville SC18585-123
Atlanta United FC18558+220
Philadelphia Union18486+220
D.C. United19478-819
CF Montréal18477-1219
Chicago Fire FC18468-918
Orlando City SC18468-1018
New England Revolution165110-1416
WestGPWDLGDP
Real Salt Lake191072+1837
LAFC181044+1134
LA Galaxy19973+1034
Minnesota United FC18855+329
Colorado Rapids19847+328
Vancouver Whitecaps17746+425
Portland Timbers19667+124
Houston Dynamo FC18666024
Austin FC19667-624
Seattle Sounders FC19577+122
FC Dallas18558-320
St. Louis CITY SC18396-718
Sporting Kansas City193511-914
San Jose Earthquakes183213-1811