Seattle Sounders 2, Portland Timbers 3 The Portland Timbers beat Seattle Sounders at CenturyLink Field for the first time in the regular season as defender Larrys Mabiala played the role of unlikely hero in a wild second half that saw Seattle battle back twice before conceding the winner in a 3-2 goalfest. Samuel Armenteros also 

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LA Galaxy 3, Real Salt Lake 0 A Zlatan Ibrahimovic brace and an additional Ola Kamara goal — all coming after the hour mark in the match — vaulted the LA Galaxy over Real Salt Lake at StubHub Center Saturday night . RSL held the Galaxy to a scoreless draw for 60 minutes, which included Justen 

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Teams:  Houston Dynamo vs LA Galaxy Kick-off: 5:45AM on Sunday, BBVA Compass Stadium — Houston Where to Watch: Catch live action on DSport, this Sunday Previous Meetings: Sep 28, 2017, HOU 3 – 3 LA Season Goal Leaders: Houston Dynamo – Alberth Elis 4, LA Galaxy – Zlatan Ibrahimovic 3 Maybe the LA Galaxy are better off away 

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Atlanta United 4, San Jose Earthquakes 2 Despite a sluggish first half, Atlanta United turned on the fireworks with four goals in the second-half. Atlanta United registered a wild 4-2 win over the San Jose Earthquakes on Wednesday morning at Bobby Dodd Stadium. Atlanta has now won five straight at home and head into the 

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This Wednesday, get ready for the double dose of MLS action. Watch teams fighting to get the top place in their respective clubs. Catch all the MLS action live on DSPORT. Match 1 Teams: Atlanta United vs. San Jose Earthquakes Kick-off: 4:30 am on Wednesday, Bobby Dodd Stadium – Atlanta, Ga. Where to Watch: Catch 

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There were 2 games amongst 4 teams and 4 goals scored during this MLS weekend. Did you miss watching all the football actions on DSPORT? Let’s have a look here at what all happened across MLS during week 16: San Jose Earthquakes 0, Sporting Kansas City 0 San Jose Earthquakes and Sporting Kansas City end 

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LA Galaxy star Giovani dos Santos was named on Thursday to Mexico’s final 23-man roster for the upcoming FIFA Confederations Cup, which kicks off June 17. Also named to the team was Dos Santos’ brother Jonathan, a midfielder for Spanish club Villarreal; forward Javier “Chicharito” Hernandez, Mexico’s all-time leading scorer; Real Sociedad striker Carlos Vela; 21-year-old forward Hirving Lozano of 

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