Sebastian Giovinco scored his 49th and 50th MLS goals, one with each foot in each half, to spark Toronto FC’s 4-0 rout of New York City FC on Sunday and push the Reds five points clear in the Eastern Conference and Supporters’ Shield races.
In their first match of the post-Dom Dwyer era, Sporting Kansas City showed they still have players who can score, earning a 3-2 victory at home over the Chicago Fire at Children’s Mercy Park with three different goalscorers contributing.
Vancouver Whitecaps went into Toyota Stadium and mauled a 10-man FC Dallas side, 4-0, on Saturday night to grab their first victory in Frisco, Texas.
Juan Cabezas headed in a free kick by Memo Rodriguez nine minutes from full time to help the Houston Dynamo rally for a 2-2 draw with the Portland Timbers at BBVA Compass Stadium Saturday night.
Atlanta United 1-1 Orlando City
New England 3-0 Philadelphia
NY Red Bulls 4-0 Montreal
Sporting KC 3-2 Chicago
Minnesota United 4-0 DC United
FC Dallas 0-4 Vancouver
San Jose 1-0 Colorado
Real Salt Lake 2-2 Columbus
Houston Dynamo 2-2 Portland
LA Galaxy 0-0 Seattle Sounders
Toronto FC 4-0 New York FC