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MAJOR LEAGUE SOCCER

2015/2016 Season

POS TEAM W D L PTS
8 NYC FC 6 6 10 24
9 Chicago 6 4 11 22
10 Philadelphia 6 4 13 22
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MLS: NYCFC wins 5-3

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DC United beat RSL on record day for goals; NYCFC lose in Lampard's debut

DC United became the first team in MLS history to come back from two goals down in back to back games as they outlasted RSL in a 10-goal thriller.

Perry Kitchen broke a 4-4 tie in the 79th minute and DC United beat Real Salt Lake 6-4.

The 10 goals fell one short of the MLS single-game record.

Kitchen's header, off of a long service from Taylor Kemp, beat Jeff Attinella for the difference-maker. Nick Deleon's left-footed blast from way outside provided insurance six minutes later.

The teams combined for seven goals in the second half, one short of the record for most goals in a half.

Real Salt Lake jumped ahead 2-0 on goals by Joao Plata and...

ESPN FC  By ESPN staff

Union's Vincent Nogueira faces month on sideline after pulling quad

Vincent Nogueira will miss all of August after pulling his quad on Sunday.

Philadelphia Union midfielder Vincent Nogueira will be sidelined for at least a month.

Nogueira injured his right quad in Sunday's loss to D.C. United and has confirmed he will be out until September.

"It's a bad thing for me," Nogueira said. "I started to feel very healthy and it was a very good thing to be on the field, and now I have to stop for three weeks."

Nogueira has scored four times since the last week of May.

He is one of only five MLS players who have both an on-target shooting percentage...

ESPN FC  By ESPN staff

Philadelphia Union signs Tranquillo Barnetta on free transfer

The Philadelphia Union were unable to hold onto a 2-0 advantage as Fabian Espindola's header late in the second half sealed the comeback for DC United in their 3-2 win at RFK Stadium.

The Philadelphia Union have signed Swiss international and Bundesliga veteran Tranquillo Barnetta on a free transfer using targeted allocation money.

Barnetta has trained with the Union for the past week in a feeling out process, according to a report on MLSSoccer.com, and traveled with the team to their away loss at D.C. United over the weekend.