Sydney FC
Shandong Luneng Taishan
10:00 AM UTC
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Pumas UNAM
Independiente del Valle
(3) 2
(5) 1
Leg 2Aggregate: 3 - 3
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3:00 PM UTC
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Congo DR
6:00 PM UTC
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United States
12:00 AM UTC May 26, 2016
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Orlando City SC
Philadelphia Union
11:30 PM UTC
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2016/2017 Season

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New York Red Bulls tie MLS record with 7-0 thrashing of New York City FC

An absolute shellacking of NYCFC from their intra-city rivals, with Bradley Wright-Phillips and Dax McCarty each bagging a brace.

Bradley Wright-Phillips and Dax McCarty each scored twice and the New York Red Bulls routed New York City FC 7-0 on Saturday to tie the MLS record for largest margin of victory.

McCarty put away a header into the top-right corner, off a corner from Sacha Kjelstan, in the third minute, and Wright-Phillips added two goals -- the second coming on a bicycle kick in stoppage time -- as the Red Bulls (4-7-1) took a 3-0 lead into halftime.

Wright-Phillps, who was scoreless in his first seven matches this...

New York City FC extend unbeaten streak to five games with TFC draw

In this Week 12 matchup, Toronto FC looks to rebound after a home loss as they host a red-hot NYCFC, who have won two straight on the road.

Kwadwo Poku scored a fine goal to help New York City FC draw 1-1 with Toronto FC on Wednesday night.

Poku opened the scoring in the 16th minute for NYCFC as the second-year New York team extended its club-record unbeaten streak to five games.

Will Johnson scored his 27th goal in 200 MLS games to equalise for Toronto in the 42nd minute.

Toronto star Sebastian Giovinco was involved in the buildup but did not get an assist, ending his streak of being involved in consecutive TFC goals at an MLS-record...

 By Jason Davis

Rivalries are central to Major League Soccer's expansion plans

ESPN FC's Alejandro Moreno recaps the week that was in MLS by handing out his weekly awards.

Major League Soccer's expansion strategy is well-known and new teams are set to appear in Atlanta, Los Angeles, Minnesota and Miami in the near future as the league plugs gaps in its national map.

Along for the ride, and central to the league's current marketing campaign even as we speak, is rivalry. If top-level soccer in brand new arenas is the main attraction, then rivalry is the carnival barker that helps get fans through the door.

Rivalry is key to growing the league specifically because it...