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Luis Diaz and Gyasi Zardes scored in the first half and Columbus held off Toronto FC for a 2-1 win on Saturday.
Diaz opened the scoring in the 12th minute and Zardes gave Columbus (3-2-2) a 2-0 lead nine minutes later just after he’d had a goal waved off for offside
Ayo Akinola scored for Toronto (1-4-2) in the 52nd.
NASHVILLE 2, ATLANTA UNITED 2, TIE
Hany Mukhtar scored two late goals to help Nashville tie Atlanta.
Mukhtar cut the in the 80th minute and tied it in the 83rd. Nashville is 2-0-5, joining Seattle as the only remaining unbeaten teams.
Marcelino Moreno and Erik López scored for Atlanta (2-1-4).
REVOLUTION 1, FC CINCINNATI 0
Adam Buksa scored on a header in the 70th minute and New England beat FC Cincinnati to remain atop the Eastern Conference standings.
The Revolution (5-1-2) extended their unbeaten streak to four games.
Cincinnati is 1-4-1.
NEW YORK CITY FC 2, LOS ANGLES FC 1
Ismael Tajouri-Shradi broke a tie in the 90th minute and 10-man New York City FC rallied to beat Los Angeles FC on Saturday.
Jesús Medina scored in the 70th minute to tie it for NYCFC (3-2-2). Tajouri-Shradi added the winner three minutes after Nicolas Acevedo was second with a red card.
Corey Baird scored for LAFC (2-3-2).
RED BULLS 2, ORLANDO CITY 1
Caden Clark and Cristian Cásseres Jr. scored and New York handed Orlando City its first loss of the season on Saturday.
The Red Bulls improved to 3-4-0.
Silvester van der Water for Orlando City (3-1-3).
MONTREAL 1, FIRE 0
Mason Toye scored on a header in the 87th minute to lift Montreal past Chicago.
Montreal improved to 3-3-2, and Chicago dropped to 1-5-1.
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