Colorado squandered a 2-0 lead but got their first points in two months with a draw against the visiting Chicago Fire.
A three-goal comeback, two late goals, eight total goals. This was a fun one.
Josef Martinez and Tito Villalba found the back of the net giving the Five Stripes a 2-0 win.
Two of the Eastern Conference's top teams meet in Columbus on Wednesday.
Both teams have been in bad form and will be hoping for better luck on Wednesday.
Toronto picked up a win last time out and that has been a rarity this season. They'll look to do it again on Wednesday.
In the midst of a nine-game skid, Colorado desperately needs a home win before the break. The Fire, sitting in seventh, will be reticent to oblige.
San Jose suffered a devastating loss vs LAFC last time out and will look to put that behind them.
Nineteen MLS players will be tasked with representing the league in Russia.
United 2026, the bid from the US, Mexican, and Canadian Soccer Federations, gets the World Cup
Should Rapids fans say 'enough is enough' and just walk away at this point? Stefan Aigner sure did.
Matt Fowler returns to his "Tuesday Takeaways" series where he speaks on Vieira's exit, and Alphonso Davies hype.
Despite a long list of injuries and not being in the best of form, TFC took all three points from Philly and Noah Tedla broke it down.
Was FC Cincinnati the right move for MLS? Why is Zlatan so bad? Mickey answers that and more.
Two from Zlatan and one more from Ola Kamara was all it took for the Gals to pick up three points.
Colorado were hoping to bunker and counter on the road. Instead they lose their 8th straight by a score of 2-0.
The Whitecaps put five past a struggling Orlando City SC side on Saturday.
Columbus had a majority of the chances but a poor conversion rate in front f goal cost them.
NYCFC were the better team with the better opportunities but poor finishing cost them the opportunity to move atop the table.
A Jonathan Osorio brace was all TFC needed to leave Philadelphia with all three points.
Pontius gave LA the lead early but Valeri leveled things from the spot.
Both teams headed into the match struggling, but Vancouver left the happier of the two sides.
Zlatan scored two goals in hopes of igniting a comeback but the Gals came up short once again.
Substitute, Kyle Beckerman came up with a late goal to give RSL all three points over the Dynamo.
Atlanta United left Gillette Stadium with just one point as a late penalty equalized things for the hosts.
The Union picked up a 3-1 win over the Chicago Fire pushing their unbeaten streak to four.