WASHINGTON – Paul Arriola scored two goals on Saturday night and D.C. United celebrated the opening of the Audi stadium with a 3-1 victory against the Vancouver Whitecaps.
Also United (3.7.-5.05.) Showed Wayne Rooney, who came on in the 58th minute. The Englishman provided Arriola's second goal, which led to the 3-0 in the 80th minute.
Yamil Asad scored the historic start in the 27th minute with a right-fielder from the edge of the penalty area and secured a pass from Zoltan Stieber.
Arriola doubled the lead in the 69th minute with a two-touch finish from 10 meters.
Alfonso Davies fired a rocket from the right corner of the field for Vancouver (7-8-5) shortly after the final whistle hit David Ousted.
LA Galaxy 3, New England Revolution 2
FOXBOROUGH, Mass. – Chris Pontius scored twice, including the Goal goal in the 93rd minute, and the 10-man Los Angeles Galaxy Rally with two stoppage goals to beat the 10-man New England Revolution 3-2 Saturday night.
Dave Romney scored in the 92nd minute with a header from Romain Alessandrini.
The Revolution (7-5-7) spent most of the match with a 2-1 victory against Luis Caicedo's goal in the first half and kept that lead until the late breakout of the Galaxy.
Cristian Penilla was sent off in the 23rd minute after being thrown back at Alessandrini.
Diego Fagundez opened the scoring for New England five minutes later and Pontius scored his first goal in the 38th minute for LA.
Ashley Cole was booked a yellow card in the 85th minute and was stopped by the Galaxy.
Galaxy star star Zlatan Ibrahimovic has been laid to rest.
Minnesota United 3, Real Salt Lake 1
MINNEAPOLIS – Ibson Barreto da Silva scored and Darwin Quintero scored with one goal and two assists for Minnesota United to beat Real Salt Lake 3-1 on Saturday night.
Minnesota (7-11-1) has won two of his last three after losing three straights.
Ibson rolled a cross from Quintero just inside the post to open the 51st minute result. Quintero, on the right side of the field, retreated to avoid a defender and tapped him on Ibson for the side feet, past a diving Nick Rimando who was lying near the field.
Quintero, from the top right corner of the box, shot it over Rimando's head into the farthest corner of the net in the 62nd and then a pass to the defender to a charged Miguel Ibarra who hauled the first timer from the middle of the box, which made it 3-0 in the 68th minute.
João Plata scored in the 77th and 85th minute for Real Salt Lake (9.9-2).
NYCFC 2, Columbus Crew SC 0
NEW YORK – Jesus Medina scored his fourth MLS goal and Sean Johnson had five saves to help New York City FC defeat the Columbus Crew 2-0 on Saturday night.
Johnson has three consecutive shutouts, giving him a career-high and MLS-leading eight this season.
Medina pushed from the top of the 6-yard box to open the points in the 80th minute. Jonathan Lewis cut a pass from goalkeeper Zack Steffen and ripped the opening post off the far post, but the rebound went right back to Lewis. He slipped around two defenders and rolled a flank to Medina, which casually included him before he broke into an open net.
New York Red Bulls 3, Sporting Kansas City 2
HARRISON, N.J. – Marc Rzatkowski scored two goals after 71 minutes to win the New York Red Bulls 3-2 against Sporting Kansas City on Saturday night.
Rzatkowski came on as a substitute for Alejandro Romero Gamarra on 60 minutes, scoring his first goal for MLS to make it 2-0 for the Red Bulls (11-5-2) – a left-footed shot from the penalty area that brought Tyler Adams to a close & # 39; Pass in the 72nd Rzatkowski Sean Davis & # 39; pass in the 79th minute and sent a rocket in the upper left corner, which came through in spite of a punch from goalkeeper Tim Melia.
Roger Espinoza gave Sporting KC (9-5-6) a 2-1 lead in the 51st minute. The ball came just over the right side.
Bradley Wright-Phillips and Johnny Russell exchanged goals early in the game. Wright-Phillips finished off Gamara's pass with a chip over advancing Melia in the fourth minute, and Russell hit Graham Zusi's cross from close range into the last-16.
It was the first MLS victory for Red Bull head coach Chris Armas.
New York City (12-4-4) beat their opponent 27-4 and are unbeaten in 11 home games this season, with a draw. NYCFC has been without three of its top four goalscorers this season: David Villa, Ismael Tajouri-Shradi and Jo Inge Berget. This trio has 20 of the team's 40 goals this season.
Columbus (8-7-6) has been suspended for the fourth time in their last five games.
FC Dallas 3, Chicago Fire 1
FRISCO, Texas – Carlos Gruezo scored his second MLS goal to help FC Dallas beat the Chicago Fire 3-1 on Saturday night.
FC Dallas (10-3-5) have been unbeaten in eleven home games this season and have won three of their last four games.
A 23-year-old midfielder, Gruezo volleyed after a cross from Reggie Cannon to give FC Dallas a 1-0 victory in the 27th minute.
Kellyn Acosta doubled the lead on 74 minutes, sprinting left foot from the edge of the box straight into the far post and Reto Ziegler converted from the penalty spot to make it 3-0 in the 81st minute.
Chicago's Brandt Bronico scored his first MLS goal in the 86th minute.
The Fire (6-9-5), who played a man after Drew Connor, was booked in the 70th minute with the second yellow card, lost three games in a row and has only one victory in the last seven.
FC Dallas overtook Chicago 22-6.
Orlando City 2, FC Toronto 1
ORLANDO, Fla. – Chris Schuler scored his first MLS goal since 2014 to win Orlando City 2-1 against Toronto FC on Saturday night to shoot a series of nine consecutive defeats.
Orlando City (7-11-1) won for the first time since beating Real Salt Lake 3-1 on 6 May. Orlando City Skid was tied for the third longest in MLS history. The New York Red Bulls lost 12 consecutive editions in 1999 and Real Salt Lake lost ten consecutive wins in 2005.
Schuler, a 30-year-old defender, headed the close rebuttal of Dom Dwyer from close range in the 34th minute from close range.
Dwyer doubled the advantage in the 48th when he blew a left foot from the top of the bow over the outstretched arms of a diving Alexander Bono.
Earl Edwards Jr., who had his second career appearance, had three saves in his first MLS win.
Nick Hagglund struck in the fourth minute of stoppage time for Toronto (4-11-4), who was unbeaten in their last six games – with four defeats.
Colorado Rapids 0, Houston Dynamo 0
COMMERCE CITY, Colo – Tim Howard equalized in the first half and the Colorado Rapids scored a goalless draw on Saturday night with the Houston Dynamo.
Luis Gil was called through the penalty area by Tomas Martinez, but Howard reacted to stop Gil's shot and keep him scoreless for the rapids (4-11-4). Howard finished the season's fourth shoot with two saves.
Joe Willis had three parries for his third leap of the year for the Dynamo (7-6-5).