MLS Decision Day is done, and there are some great stories. New York Red Bulls sealed the Supporters’ Shield, but LA Galaxy and several others collapsed to ruin their postseason hopes. The fireworks included full video of two Philly players arguing at halftime. In addition, Atlanta United’s Josef Martinez was officially awarded the MLS Golden Boot after breaking the MLS single-season scoring record in August.
After Adrian Heath accepted partial responsibility for the Loons’ horrific defending all season, United fell 3-2 to Columbus in its season finale. The Loons broke their record set last season for most goals conceded, but were saved their blushes by Orlando City SC’s even worse defense. Heath and Manny Lagos were both given a “passing grade” by President Chris Wright recently.
Toronto tops Atlanta 4-1
Vancouver downs Portland 2-1 with an Alphonso Davies brace
Two late goals give Seattle a 2-1 win over San Jose
New York Red Bulls win Supporters’ Shield with 1-0 victory over Orlando
New York City FC wins 3-1 over Philadelphia Union
Lone Fagundez goal gives Revolution 1-0 win over Montreal
Galaxy throw away 2-0 lead, lose 3-2 to Houston Dynamo
Sporting Kansas City top LAFC 2-1
Gyasi Zardes hat trick gives Columbus the 3-2 win over Minnesota United FC
Two late goals give Colorado 2-1 win over FC Dallas
Chicago and D.C. United draw 0-0 with only three shots on target
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