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MLS Week 3 Rewind: Timbers, Lions unbeaten and untied
March 19th, 2017 2:55AM
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The Portland Timbers, 4-2 winners over the Houston Dynamo, are the only team to win their first three games. Orlando City is the only other unbeaten and untied team, improving to 2-0-0 with its second win at its new stadium, a 2-1 win over the Philadelphia Union.

Atlanta United's Josef Martinez scored his fourth and fifth goals of the season as the expansion team crushed the previously unbeaten Chicago Fire, 4-0, before another sellout crowd (45,922 fans) at Georgia Tech’s Bobby Dodd Stadium.

TRIVIA. Atlanta has scored 11 goals in its first three games. To put that in perspective, Chicago and Seattle are the only expansion teams that have ever made the playoffs in their first seasons, and it took both of them eight games to score 11 games.

Saturday, March 18

New York City FC 1 Montreal 1.
NYC: Rodney Wallace 44
MTL: Dominic Oduro (Patrice Bernier) 68
New York City FC -- Johnson; Matarrita, Callens, Chanot, White; Moralez, Pirlo, Ring; Wallace (McNamara 84), Harrison (Lewis 79); Villa.
Montreal -- Bush; Oyongo, Ciman, Cabrera, Duvall; Bernardello, Mallace (Arregui 72) ; Piatti ( Jackson-Hamel 90+3), Bernier, Oduro; Mancosu (Lovitz 89).
Att.: 18,515.

Saturday, March 18
Atlanta United 4 Chicago 0.
ATL: Brandon Vincent (own goal) 4
ATL: Josef Martinez (Miguel Almiron) 60
ATL: Hector Villalba 67
ATL: Josef Martinez 82
Atlanta United -- Kann, Garza, Gonzalez Pirez, Parkhurst, Mears, Carmona, Gressel (McCann 72), Asad, Almiron (Larentowicz 83), Villalba (Peterson 69), Martinez.
Chicago -- Bava, Harrington, Kappelhof, Meira, Vincent, McCarty, Juninho, Alvarez (Campbell 15), Accam, Nikolic (Conner 79), Solignac (Bronico 66).
Red Card: Chicago -- Kappelhof 11.
Att.: 45,922.

Saturday, March 18
Vancouver 0 Toronto FC 2.
TFC: Victor Vazquez (Jozy Altidore, Raheem Edwards) 76
TFC: Jozy Altidore 80 (Jonathan Osorio) 80
Vancouver -- Richey; Williams, Waston, Parker, Harvey; Laba, Teibert, Davies (Bolanos 46), Mezquida (Manneh 74), Shea; Montero (Hurtado 74).
Toronto FC -- Bono; Zavaleta, Moor, Hagglund (Edwards 75); Beitashour, Bradley, Morrow, Cooper (Vazquez 64), Osorio; Altidore, Ricketts (Mavinga 81).
Red Card: Vancouver -- Shea 70.
Att.: 20,438.

Saturday, March 18
D.C. United 0 Columbus 2.
CLB: Federico Higuain pen. 38
CLB: Ola Kamara pen. 66
D.C. United -- Hamid; Kemp, Franklin, Birnbaum, DeLeon; Sarvas; Nyarko, Acosta (Neagle 75), Harkes, Sam (Le Toux 60); Mullins (Ortiz 28).
Columbus -- Steffen; Naess, Crognale, Williams; Raitala, Trapp, Artur (Abu 70), Afful; Meram (Finlay 63), Kamara (Jahn 80), Higuain.
Att.: 14,031.

Saturday, March 18
Orlando City 2 Philadelphia 1.
ORL: Cyle Larin (Carlos Rivas, Jonathan Spector) 39
PHI: CJ Sapong 52
ORL: Cyle Larin (Matias Perez Garcia) 73
Orlando City -- Bendik, Toia, Spector, Aja, Johnson,  Nocerino, Carrasco (Higuita 71), Barnes, Perez Garcia (Barry 81), Rivas (Da Silva 89), Larin.
Philadelphia -- Blake, Fabinho, Marquez, Onyewu, Rosenberry, Medunjanin, Jones (Alberg 77), Bedoya, Pontius (Picault 86), Herbers (Ilsinho 61), Sapong.
Att.: 25,527

Saturday, March 18
FC Dallas 2 New England 1.
NE: Lee Nguyen pen. 10
DAL: Maximiliano Urruti 71
DAL: Maximiliano Urruti 77
FC Dallas -- Seitz, Figueroa, Hedges, Zimmerman, Grana, Gruezo, Acosta, Pomykal (Akindele 60), Lamah (Harris 81), Urruti, Colman (Barrios 46).
New England -- Cropper, Delamea, Angoua, Farrell, Tierney (Bunbury 84), Caldwell, Nguyen, Kouassi (Hollinger-Janzen 79), Agudelo (Rowe 76), Kamara, Fagundez.
Att.: 16,150.

Saturday, March 18
Sporting KC 2 San Jose 1.
SKC: Benny Feilhaber (Graham Zusi) 37
SKC: David Bingham (own goal) 89
SJ: Florian Jungwirth (Danny Hoesen, Anibal Godoy) 91+
Sporting KC -- Melia; Zusi, Opara, Besler, Sinovic; Feilhaber (Mustivar 85), Ilie, Espinoza; Medranda (Saad 78), Dwyer, Gerso.
San Jose -- Bingham; Lima, Bernardez, Jungwirth, Francis; Hyka (Salinas 61), Alashe (Thompson 80), Godoy, Dawkins; Wondolowski, Urena (Hoesen 68).
Att.: 19,282.

Saturday, March 18
Colorado 2 Minn. United 2.
COL: Dominique Badji 17
MIN: Kevin Molino pen. 50
MIN: Christian Ramirez (Jerome Thiesson) 58
COL: Marlon Hairston (Marc Burch) 59
Minn. United -- Shuttleworth; Davis, Calvo, Kallman, Thiesson; Ibarra, Warner, Schuller (Ibson 46), Molino (Kadrii 69), Venegas (Danladi 69); Ramirez.
Colorado -- Howard; Burch, Burling, Watts, Williams; Azira, Cronin (Boateng 82), Gashi (Serna 61), Doyle, Hairston (Gordon 74); Badji.
Att.: 14,013.

Saturday, March 18
Real Salt Lake 1 LA Galaxy 2.
RSL: Yura Movsisyan (Albert Rusnak) 18
LA: David Romney (Romain Alessandrini) 70
LA: Emmanuel Boateng (Romain Alessandrini) 74
Real Salt Lake -- Rimando; Beltran, Schmidt, Schuler, Phillips (Silva 79); Beckerman, Mulholland, Rusnak; Saucedo (Velazco 81), Movsisyan (Barrett 66), Lennon.
LA Galaxy -- Diop; Romney, Diallo, Steres, Garcia (Smith 58); Pedro, Jones, Alessandrini (Husidic 91+), Lletget, Boateng; Villareal (McBean 58).
Red Card: Real Salt Lake -- Beckerman 43.
Att.: 20,348.

Saturday, March 18
Portland 4 Houston 2.
POR: Diego Valeri pen. 10
HOU: Erick Torres pwn. 38
HOU: Romell Quioto (Alberth Elis) 45+2
POR: Diego Valeri (Zarek Valentin, Fanendo Adi) 58
POR: David Guzman  66
POR: Fanendo Adi (David Guzman) 88
Houston -- Deric; DeLaGarza, Machado, Leonardo, Beasley; Clark (Garcia 72), Cabezas, Alex; Elis (Wenger 72), Torres (Manotas 84), Quito.
Portland -- Gleeson; Powell, Olum, Miller, Valentin; Guzman, Chara; Blanco, Valeri, Nagbe; Adi.
Att.: 21,144.

Sunday, March 19
Seattle 3 NY Red Bulls 1.

SEA: Clint Dempsey pen. 28
NY: Bradley Wright-Phillips (Sal Zizzo) 57
SEA: Jordan Morris (Nicolas Lodeiro, Joevin Jones) 66
SEA: Harry Shipp (Joevin Jones) 79
Seattle -- Frei, Marshall, Svensson, Jones, Fisher (Fernandez 66), Roldan, Shipp, Lodeiro, Alonso, Dempsey (Wingo 90), Morris (Bruin 82).
NY Red Bulls -- Robles, Zizzo, Perrinelle, Long, Bilyeu, Felipe, Davis (Etienne 75), Royer (Muyl 82), Kljestan, Wright-Phillips, Gulbrandsen (Grella 58).
Att.: 45,600.

Eastern Conference
6 Atlanta United 2-1-0 11/3
6 Orlando City 2-0-0 3/1
6 NY Red Bulls 2-1-0 4/4
5 Toronto FC 1-0-2 4/2
4 New York City FC 1-1-1 5/2
4 Columbus 1-1-1 4/4
4 Chicago 1-1-1 3/5
2 Philadelphia 0-1-2 3/4
2 Montreal 0-1-2 3/4
1 D.C. United 0-2-1 0/6
0 New England 0-2-0 1/3

Western Conference
9 Portland 3-0-0 10/3
7 FC Dallas 2-0-1 4/2
6 Houston 2-1-0 7/6
6 San Jose 2-1-0 5/4
5 Sporting FC 1-0-2 2/1
4 Seattle 1-1-1 6/5
4 Colorado 1-1-1 3/3
3 LA Galaxy 1-2-0 3/4
1 Vancouver 0-2-1 2/5
1 Real Salt Lake 0-2-1 1/4
1 Minn. United 0-2-1 4/13


5 Josef Martinez (Atlanta United)
4 Diego Valeri (Portland)
3 Fanendo Adi (Portland)
3 Cyle Larin (Orlando City)
3 Romell Quioto (Houston)
3 Maximiliano Urruti (FC Dallas)
3 Erick Torres (Houston)

Saturday, March 25
New England vs. Minn. United 2 pm
NY Red Bulls vs. Real Salt Lake 4 pm UniMas
Columbus vs. Portland 7:30 pm
All times ET.

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