Teen Alphonso Davies leads Whitecaps past Orlando City
VANCOUVER, British Columbia (AP) Teenager Alphonso Davies scored a goal and had a team-record three assists to help the Vancouver Whitecaps beat Orlando City 5-2 on Saturday night.
The 17-year-old Davis snapped a 1-1 tie in the 76th minute. Midfielder Jordon Mutch took a shot that goalkeeper Joe Bendik stopped with a diving save. Davies scored on the rebound.
Striker Kei Kamara scored twice for Vancouver (6-5-5), once on a penalty kick in the 85th minute, to break out of a scoring drought. Yordy Reyna and Nicolas Mezquida also connected.
Sacha Kljestan and Dominic Dwyer scored for Orlando (6-7-1).
Davies made a pretty run to set up Kamara's goal in the 36th minute. He stole the ball near midfield, made several nifty moves to get past three Orlando players, then passed to Kamara. Davies also made pretty passes to set up goals by Reyna in the 87th and Mezquida in the 90th.
GALAXY 3, REAL SALT LAKE 0
Salt Lake City (7-6-1) had its three-game win streak snapped.
Ibrahimovic put away a header in the 61st minute to open the scoring. Goalkeeper Nick Rimando's punch of a cross by Chris Pontius deflected directly to Ibrahimovic for the point-plank finish into an empty net.
Ibrahimovic outdueled Justen Glad at the top of the 6-yard box and side-netter a header off an entry by Servando Carrasco from 35 yards out to give the Galaxy (5-7-2) a 2-0 lead in the 67th.
FC DALLAS 2, IMPACT 0
Montreal's Matteo Mancuso put Dallas up 1-0 with an own goal in the fifth minute. The ball ricocheted off his head when a teammate attempted to clear Diaz's indirect free kick with his own header.
Dallas was initially ruled offside on the play, but after video review, the goal stood when Montreal was determined to have made first contact. Diaz scored for Dallas (14-7-1) in the 18th minute on a penalty kick after Maxi Urruti drew a penalty on Rudy Camacho in the box.
Montreal (4-11-0) nearly avoided the shutout when Mancosu banged a shot off the post from the right side of the box at the 50th minute just before halftime.
SOUNDERS 2, D.C. UNITED 1
Seattle (3-7-2) had not scored since Handwalla Bwana's tally in the 54th minute of a 2-1 win at Toronto on May 9. Since then, the Sounders were blanked by Portland and twice by Real Salt Lake.
The 362 minutes tied a club record for longest dry spell between goals, originally set over the course of six games from July 11-Aug. 9, 2015.
Lodeiro's shot from the top of the penalty-area restraining arc tied the game just four minutes after Darren Mattocks had put D.C. (2-6-3) in front. It was the first goal of the season for Lodeiro, who rejoined the team this week after not making Uruguay's 23-man World Cup squad.
LOS ANGELES FC 4, EARTHQUAKES 3
SAN JOSE, Calif. (AP) - Adama Diomande had two goals, Joao Moutinho scored in stoppage time and Los Angeles rallied past San Jose.
Diomande, who signed with LAFC on May 2 and made his first start against San Jose, has three goals in three MLS appearances.
Moutinho, a 20-year-old rookie defender, kicked in his first MLS goal from just inside the penalty area to give LAFC (7-4-3) a 4-3 lead in the seventh minute of injury time.
San Jose (2-9-3) got two goals from Chris Wondolowski.
DYNAMO 2, RAPIDS 0
HOUSTON (AP) - Tomas Martinez scored in the 30th minute and Houston beat Colorado to snap a two-game losing streak.
Mauro Manotas also scored for Houston (5-5-3). Colorado (2-9-2) has lost eight straight.
REVOLUTION 1, FIRE 1, TIE
BRIDGEVIEW, Ill. (AP) - Teal Bunbury scored his ninth goal of the season to help New England tie Chicago.
New England (6-4-4) is unbeaten in its last four games and has just one loss in its last six.
Bastian Schweinsteiger scored for Chicago (5-7-2).
ATLANTA UNITED 1, NYCFC 1, TIE
NEW YORK (AP) - Alexander Callens tied it for New York City in the 77th minute.
Callens scored on a header to finish David Villa's header flick of Maximiliano Moralez's corner for NYCFC (8-3-4). Josef Martinez opened the scoring for Atlanta (9-3-3) in the 48th minute with his league-leading 13th goal of the season.
RED BULLS 1, CREW 1, TIE
COLUMBUS, Ohio (AP) - Alex Muyl pulled New York even against Columbus a header in the 57th minute.
Marc Rzatkowski set up the goal for New York (7-4-2). Gyasi Zardes scored for the Crew (7-3-4).
SPORTING KC 0, TIMBERS 0, TIE
Sporting KC (8-2-5) and Portland (6-3-4) entered the match not having lost since April. The Timbers are unbeaten in their last seven games and Kansas City now has gone six games without defeat.