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Badji salvages point for Rapids, snaps Toronto FC's home winning streak

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TORONTO – For the first time all year, the Colorado Rapids have earned a point away from home, and they did so in the unlikeliest of settings.

Dominique Badji's goal in the 76th minute secured a 1-1 draw for the Rapids with Toronto FC on Saturday at BMO Field, snapping Toronto's seven-match winning streak at home.

MLS Midweek Rewind: Week 19

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Wednesday represented the much-awaited return of MLS after the short Gold Cup break, but a few teams found themselves returning to a nightmare on the field.

After a rain delay, the Montreal Impact got a winner from Blerim Dzemaili in a 2-1 victory over the Philadelphia Union.

Around The Forest: Manchester United put in bid for Everton star Romelu Lukaku

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Keisuke Honda training in the United States, TFC and Chicago Fire on record run..

Portland:

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Why MLS is more exciting than the EPL

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Collin Deckert explains how the EPL is not as exciting as MLS, and why.

MLS Weekend Rewind: Week 17

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Rescinded red cards, the firing of a coach and a last-gasp equalizer made for another eventful week across MLS.

Drew Moor and Sebastian Giovinco helped lead Toronto FC to a 2-0 win over the New England Revolution. (READ)

FC Dallas and the Houston Dynamo played to a 1-1 draw, splitting points for the second time this season.

Moor, Giovinco seal win for Toronto FC over Revolution

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TORONTO Toronto FC played its third game in seven days against a well-rested New England Revolution side, yet it was TFC who emerged as 2-0 victors at BMO Field on Friday night.

Drew Moor's goal from point-blank range in the 11th minute and Sebastian Giovinco's late strike secured a record seventh straight home victory for Toronto.

MLS Week 17: A Look Ahead

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It's Rivalry Week in MLS, and Week 17 features some fascinating matches between opponents that love to hate each other.

The weekend kicks off on Friday night with a pair of matches. First, Toronto FC take on the team that ended their 8-match unbeaten run two weeks ago, the New England Revolution.

Around The Forest: Tigres deny Andre-Pierre Gignac is going to the LA Galaxy

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NYCFC sign their first homegrown player, Zlatan move to LA leaked? Oh and it's rivalry week!

Portland:

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A little over a year ago, a brick-colored barbecue cart showed up on a cyclone-fenced lot in industrial Northwest Portland. With its handsome stack of split oak, boombox playing Hank Williams tunes and hand-written menu of smoked brisket, meat-stuffed kolaches and hulking dry-rubbed beef ribs, the cart, Botto, seemed like it could be the missing link.

MLS Midweek Rewind: Week 17

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Four MLS matches and leg one of the Canadian Championship final marked a busy beginning for week 17 on Wednesday night.

In leg one of the Canadian Championship final, the Montreal Impact and Toronto FC finished level, 1-1, with Jozy Altidore providing a vital away goal.

SBI Question of the Day: What is the best rivalry in MLS?

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It's rivalry week in MLS, and while that will no doubt make for good viewing all around, it's worth pondering where one's viewing time might best be spent.

The league has no shortage of intense match-ups, but one of the most well-known and entertaining takes place in the Pacific Northwest when Cascadia rivals clash.

Altidore, Hamilton secure home win for TFC over D.C. United

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TORONTO It took nearly an hour to find a breakthrough, but Toronto FC managed to defeat D.C. United 2-0 at BMO Field on Saturday night.

Despite the attack's struggles, TFC eventually found the winner through Jozy Altidore, who ran onto a perfectly weighted long ball by Sebastian Giovinco before slotting past Bill Hamid.

Toronto FC projected lineup to face D.C. United

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TFC is the best team in MLS right now, and United will probably be facing their best possible eleven

Good news, D.C. United fans! Toronto FC is coping with a schedule that, in the short term, is even crueler than the Black-and-Red's. United's seven games in twenty-two days will eventually be worse, but in the near term they have games today, then on Wednesday, and then again next Saturday.

Toronto FC vs. D.C. United 2017: Time, TV schedule and how to watch MLS online

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United starts the toughest stretch of their season with their most difficult game of the season thus far

D.C. United was showing some modest signs of improvement heading into the international break, but they'll have to ratchet that up quickly today against league-leading Toronto FC. In particular, they're going to have to break out of a wretched run in front of goal, where they've scored just one goal - an ill-gotten penalty kick - in six games.

SBI MLS Team of the Month: Toronto FC

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MLS Cup certainly isn't won in the month of May, but you can set the framework to be a contender during the third month of the regular season.

Toronto FC boasted plenty of strengths, including its depth, during an eight-game unbeaten run that ran for some of April and all of May, helping the club earn honors as SBI MLS Team of the Month.

Orlando City

Kreis lashes out at refs after Orlando City loss

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Following his team's loss on Wednesday night, Orlando City head coach Jason Kreis couldn't hold his tongue any longer.

After the final whistle blew in the Lions' 3-1 loss to Toronto FC, Kreis had simply had enough and lashed out against the referees of not only this match, but multiple matches this season at home, during the team's press conference.

Giovinco scores twice as TFC collects road victory against Orlando City

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Toronto FC's Designated Players took center stage on Wednesday night.

Behind the team's star forwards, TFC recorded a 3-1 at the expense of Orlando City on Wednesday at Orlando City Stadium.The away side opened the scoring in the 18th minute, with Jozy Altidore scoring his eighth goal of the season.

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Fire 4 Whitecaps 0 - recap and ratings

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What could have been a letdown following Wednesday night's ouster from US Open Cup play, resulted in the Fire trouncing an opponent 4-0 for a second consecutive home match and assuming first place in the MLS table and a lead in the Supporters Shield race. Toronto FC's 3-1 loss in Dallas combined with the Fire's win pushed Chicago two points clear for top honors in the league.

Fire 2 Revolution 1 - recap and ratings

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Winning on the road against conference opponents will get you into the playoffs. Chicago managed to escape a flurry of missed chances by a New England Revolution side that had yet to lose a game at home to keep pace with Toronto FC at the top of the Eastern Conference and MLS overall. The victory brings the Fire record to 9-3-4 on the season and they have equalled their point total (31) from all of 2016.

Montreal Impact

Giovinco, Toronto FC capture Canadian Championship over Impact with late winner

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Though the Montreal Impact battled valiantly, the night belonged to Sebastian Giovinco and Toronto FC.

Behind a pair of goals from the ever-impressive Italian, Toronto FC captured leg two of the Canadian Championship final by a 2-1 scoreline, winning a 3-2 victory on aggregate and their sixth title in the competition.

Know Thy Enemy: Revs-Toronto (Part II) with Waking The Red

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One day, Toronto will play the Revs on full rest with a full roster. Today, is not that day.

A few weeks ago, the soccer gods blessed the New England Revolution with a home game against a depleted Toronto FC team. Today, the soccer gods have blessed the Revs with a road game against a tired TFC side.

Lovitz injury adds new layer to TFC-Impact rivalry

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Another chapter of the Montreal-Toronto rivalry was written on Wednesday night. The moment to take away from the first leg of the Canadian Championship final, which ended in a 1-1 draw, was the play that led to Toronto FC's equalizer.

Not only was this an important away goal for TFC, it was also a crucial loss for the Montreal Impact.

Impact, Toronto FC finish tied in first leg of Canadian Championship final

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The intense 401 Derby was back for the first time this season as the Montreal Impact hosted Toronto FC in the first leg of the Canadian Championship final. It was a stalemate as Matteo Mancosu and Jozy Altidore exchanged goals Wednesday night in a 1-1 draw.

Jozy Altidore

USMNT forwards in need of strong Gold Cup performances

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Heading into the second half of 2017, the U.S. Men's National Team's forward pool might be as deep as it has ever been. Bobby Wood is fresh off a very good season with Hamburg. Jozy Altidore has been in good form with Toronto FC and appears as confident as ever.

Toronto 2, Revolution 0 - New England’s Offense Sputters Again

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The Revs remain winless on the road in 2017, having claimed just three draws in nine matches away from home this season.

Between Drew Moor's opener and Sebastian Giovinco's ender, you could argue the New England Revolution were the better team. The scoreboard however does not care for your eye test.

Revolution

Technically Speaking: #TORvNE

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Welcome back to the latest edition of "Technically Speaking," where our resident coach and former pro Rick Sewall takes a closer look in the Revolution's latest performance.

Have a question for Rick? Feel free to ask away in the comments section!

Revs Downed in Toronto

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Drew Moor scored early and Sebastian Giovinco tallied late to send the Revolution to their second straight defeat in Friday's 2-0 loss to Toronto FC at BMO Field in Toronto.

Moor put the hosts up inside of 11 minutes when he tapped through a pass from Armando Cooper that was redirected in front of frame by Tsubasa Endoh.

Technically Speaking: #NEvTOR

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Welcome back to another edition of "Technically Speaking," where our resident coach and former pro Rick Sewall takes a closer look in the Revolution's latest performance.

Have a question for Rick? Feel free to ask away in the comments section!

D.C. United

Where in the World is Alhaji Kamara?

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The answer to this may pertain to D.C. United's summer moves.

While D.C. United's scoreless streak of non PK goals continued in their loss to Toronto FC, the thought lingers: just where is forward Alhaji Kamara?

The 23-year old forward scored a hat trick for the Richmond Kickers just more than 3 weeks ago and has 4 goals this year.

D.C. United: Goalless in Toronto

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United's woes in front of goal continued in 2-0 loss to Toronto FC

Saturday night's task for D.C. United was always going to be an uphill battle against Toronto FC. Late in 2016, when United was one of the highest-scoring teams in the league, the Black-and-Red came to Toronto and beat the Reds 2-1 via two Lamar Neagle goals.

D.C. United vs. Toronto FC staff and reader predictions

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Spoiler alert: Giovinco is definitely scoring on us.

After week off from MLS and a midweek Open Cup win (phew), D.C. United are back to the league grind today against Toronto FC.

The Black-and-Red have a confusing record on the road this season—where home performances have mostly been, let's say, not great, the team seems to occasionally do just a bit better away, even finding a couple wins (flukes or no, they still count).

USA vs. Mexico review, plus D.C. United vs Christos FC and Toronto FC: Filibuster

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Despite there being no D.C. United game this past weekend, we have plenty to talk about. We bring on Sebastian Salazar, formerly of Comcast SportsNet and now of ESPN and ESPN FC, to talk about the USA's 1-1 draw with Mexico. We talk about the goals of Michael Bradely and Carlos Vela, the difference between the 5-4-1s of Jurgen Klinsmann and Bruce Arena, and Bruce's use of Christian Pulisic.

The Rest

NYCFC suffers late draw on Toronto penalty

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A potential statement win for New York City FC turned out to be nothing more than a deflating draw Wednesday night in the Bronx.

Toronto took the early 1-0 lead on a goal by Ashtone Morgan in the 11th minute, as Morgan hit a cross first-time, drilling it past City keeper Sean Johnson.

Fire 2 Timbers 2 - recap and ratings

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Without Dax McCarty and Bastian Schweinsteiger, the Fire didn't enjoy the possession and midfield control that they've exerted over the last two months but they still managed to come away with a hard-earned point in a difficult place to play. The Portland Timbers were able to get more looks on goal and found more space in the middle of the pitch without the Fire's first choice central pairing available, and yet Chicago was still able to head into the final twenty minutes of the match with a lead.

Match Recap: Toronto FC II 3- Harrisburg City Islanders 4

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Harrisburg tops Toronto in a Canada Day shootout

Well that was unexpected.

Perhaps there was a little Canada Day magic in the air on Saturday afternoon. Two of the USL's weaker offenses were taking the pitch, and all signs pointed towards 90 minutes of solid defensive play and minimal scoring.

FC Dallas dominates Toronto FC en route to home win

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FC Dallas had no problem taking on the Supporters' Shield leaders Toronto FC.

Despite the absence of U.S. Men's National Team call-ups Matt Hedges and Kellyn Acosta, FC Dallas took down Toronto FC, beating them, 3-1, on Saturday at Toyota Stadium.

Toronto wins Canada

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Wednesday's soccer news starts with Toronto FC celebrating a trophy. Toronto beat Montreal 2-1 in the second-leg of the Canadian Championship final series. That means Toronto takes Canada's spot in the CONCACAF Champions League.

With the series tied 1-1 after the first-leg, Toronto needed a comeback at home to take the title.

A neverending onslaught of Christos, Toronto, Atlanta, and Philly: Filibuster

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This is the busiest time of the entire season

Adam is off celebrating the birth of his second child, so you're stuck with Jason and Ben for this episode. There has been so much soccer in these past six days that the US Open Cup match against Christos FC feels like years ago, and not just a week.

Bradley 'feels great' after busy week for TFC, USMNT

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TORONTO — Michael Bradley has accumulated plenty of frequent flyer miles over the course of the past two weeks. His journey began in Toronto and took him to Utah, Colorado, Mexico and back to Canada.

Toronto FC's 2-0 win over D.C. United was the fifth game for Bradley in the span of 22 days.

Revolution vs. Fire: Storylines to follow in week 16

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Can the Revs stop Nemanja Nikolic? That, and three other headlines to track.

Two weeks removed from a 3-0 win over east-leading Toronto FC, the Revolution welcome the Fire to Gillette Stadium for a Saturday evening contest. Here are four storylines to follow ahead of the match:

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Musket Rounds: Predicting the U.S. lineup vs. Trinidad & Tobago, plus more daily links

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Eight stories worth reading from the week in soccer.

These eight stories will keep you up to date on the latest soccer news. Read about the United States' World Cup qualifier with Trinidad and Tobago, the San Jose Earthquakes' mystery signing and more.

Revolution News

Does Rowe deserve a spot on the U.