Saturday MLS roundup: Goals galore in early matches; Sigi’s debut ends scoreless


The theme of Saturday’s MLS action was goals… and lots of them.

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Five teams posted three or more finishes on the evening, making for some very exciting and high-scoring affairs around the U.S.’ top division.

The New York Red Bulls, Vancouver Whitecaps and Minnesota United each posted 4-0 shutouts in their respective matches, while the Whitecaps managed to do so impressively on the road against FC Dallas.

Meanwhile, the Sigi Schmid-Era in LA got off to an uneventful start on Saturday night as his Galaxy settled for a 0-0 draw against the Seattle Sounders.

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Sunday features one lone match on the docket as Eastern Conferences powers Toronto FC and New York City FC meet at BMO Field.

Here’s a full look back at the results from Saturday night’s MLS action.

Atlanta United 1-1 Orlando City
New England Revolution 3-0 Philadelphia Union
New York Red Bulls 4-0 Montreal Impact
FC Dallas 0-4 Vancouver Whitecaps
Houston Dynamo 2-2 Portland Timbers
Sporting KC 3-2 Chicago Fire
Minnesota United 4-0 D.C. United
Real Salt Lake 2-2 Columbus Crew
San Jose Earthquakes 1-0 Colorado Rapids
LA Galaxy 0-0 Seattle Sounders

Toronto FC vs. New York City FC — Sunday, 2 p.m. ET