Philadelphia beats Montreal 3-0 for 4th win in 5 games
PHILADELPHIA -- Cory Burke and Jamiro Monteiro scored in the Philadelphia Union's 3-0 victory over the Montreal Impact on Saturday.
Philadelphia (4-3-1) has won four of its last five games.
Burke blasted a roller from outside the area just inside the far post to open the scoring in the 14th minute Monteiro, on loan from FC Metz through June, converted from the spot in the 45th for his first MLS goal. Alejandro Bedoya tapped in an empty-netter in the 57th minute.
Montreal (3-3-2) conceded a goal for the first time since a 7-1 loss to Sporting Kansas City on March 30.
FC DALLAS 2, ATLANTA UNITED 1
Ferreira, an 18-year-old homegrown, opened the scoring in the sixth minute. Michael Barrios made it 2-0 in the 84th. Atlanta's Josef Martinez converted from the spot in the seventh minute of stoppage time.
Gonzalez, a 23-year-old homegrown, had diving stops in the 68th and 82nd minutes for FC Dallas (5-2-1).
Atlanta United (1-3-2) had its 12-game home unbeaten streak snapped.
TIMBERS 3, CREW 1
Mabiala headed home Diego Valeri's free kick to open the scoring for the Timbers (1-5-1) in the 31st minute. Ebobisse doubled Portland's lead four minutes later.
REVOLUTION 1, RED BULLS 0
FOXBOROUGH, Mass. -- Cristian Penilla scored in the 73rd minute to help New England beat New York.
Cody Cropper had five saves in his fourth start this year and the Revs (2-5-1) had their first clean sheet of the season. New England had lost five of its last six. The Red Bulls (1-4-2) are winless in five games, losing four over that span.
FIRE 4, RAPIDS 1
Sapong scored from for point-blank range to give the Fire (2-2-3) a 2-1 lead in the 53rd minute.
Kei Kamara scored for Colorado (0-6-2).
ORLANDO CITY 1, WHITECAPS 0
ORLANDO, Fla. -- LuisCarlos "Nani" Almeida da Cunha scored in the 88th minute to lift Orlando City past Vancouver.
Orlando City (3-3-2) outshot Vancouver (1-5-2) 16-6 and had 60.6% possession.
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