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Richard Farley

Highlights and recaps from the seven-match night in Major League Soccer.
Alan Gordon’s late winner moves LA even with Seattle at the top of Major League Soccer.
Arsenal’s manager lauded his team’s concentration in its 3-0 win at Villa Park.
Bradley Wright-Phillips is closing in on history after his season’s third hat trick.
Arsenal became the first to break through Aston Villa, while Sam Allardyce’s plans came to fruition in East London.
The Timbers claim fifth in the Western Conference after another decisive win over their rivals.
Thierry Henry will be center stage as two teams recovering from mid-week commitments meet at Red Bull Arena.
Portland’s brightest executed a sublime volley to give his team a first half lead.
QPR manager credited Potters’ solidity while extolling the value of his team’s point.
NBCSNs Major League Soccer doubleheader kicks off at 5 p.m. ET in Oregon. Here are your lineups and streaming information:
Win U.S. Open Cup on Tuesday. Drop a few bars in New York on Thursday. You know: #JustClintDempseyThings.
Sporting took a big step toward getting out of Group 2 thanks to its Spanish winger.
Users decided to make the new art’s white space into a plus, ditching the high brow concept in favor of more appealing products.
NBCSN’s first of three weekend broadcasts takes place tomorrow night at Rio Tinto Stadium.
It’s 14 years off, but The FA is still planning to make a push.
Roberto Martinez makes an impressive European debut, while Mauricio Pochettino sees him team go without a shot on target.
MLS has admitted failure before. Today’s new art may prove to be another idea the league should cast off.
Arsenal’s captain notes the danger of falling behind at BVB, while Klopp calls his teams performance “nearly perfection.”
A dominant performance from the 2012-13 finalists made easy work of the visiting Gunners.
Two goals each for Alex Morgan, Abby Wambach and a shutouts record for Hope Solo highlighted a lopsided night for the U.S. in Utah.
A busy schedule in Major League Soccer leaves us playing catch-up on the day’s late games.
Perez’s brace puts Dallas back in the win column, with the Panamanian’s first goal of of the strangest this season.
The half-strength Impact put a scare into New England early. It didn’t last.
Red Devils look for their season’s first win with a familiar face in the middle of QPR’s defense.